Insurance is for disasters, not maintenance, so stop expecting to use it -- and save money on premiums instead.
In this time of celebration and uncertainty for college graduates, one rule should reign supreme when making money decisions: the less than 50 percent rule.
You can't count on worry to motivate you, so instead you should take responsibility for your retirement saving out of your own fallible hands.
Forty-four percent of Americans who earn more than $75,000 a year say they aren't able to save as much as they should thanks to their lifestyle purchases.
Excellent credit isn't about the big things you do once in a while. It's about the little things you do on a daily basis. Here's what you need to know.
Bogged down in the minutiae of traditional budgeting? The anti-budget or the live-on-one-income budget may be your answer.
Compulsive shopping is a very real disorder. Here's how to tell if your spending has crossed the line.
With autopay, bills can become out of sight, out of mind. Here's how to never miss a payment again.
For a little effort now, financial resolutions can pay off -- and they're easier to achieve than resolutions to lose weight or quit smoking
Apps can help you stay on the right path to your financial goals. Let's get your finances organized.
One blogger really saves by actually moving savings into a savings account; another challenges every bill. Their results are huge.
New federal and state laws are raising awareness for families to pay taxes for domestic workers -- and the potential backlash.
One of the most important subjects you'll ever study -- in the college classroom or in the school of hard knocks -- could be personal finance.
This is the story of a regular guy, with a good job, who wants to buy a guitar. Unfortunately, his wife is a follower of Dave Ramsey.
Halfhearted attempts. Commitment. Setbacks. Intermediate steps. Enablers. Enthusiasm. Backsliding. Temptations. We're talking about diets and budgets.
There's no good way to build a family budget until you start keeping track of spending down to the penny. Yes, it's tedious. Do it anyway.