You hear about this commandment all the time from experts, but they're not considering the big picture and the better alternatives you have.
American teens score low in financial literary compared to their peers worldwide. Here's how to prepare your teen for a life of financial freedom.
A lot can be learned from how the big names of NASCAR manage their money. Here are strategies used by racers to help fans better budget their paychecks.
Housing is most people's biggest monthly expense, and the one most likely to be a budget buster. For many seniors, that problem is likely to get much worse.
New federal and state laws are raising awareness for families to pay taxes for domestic workers -- and the potential backlash.
Think twice about adopting extreme budgeting so you can retire early. You're dooming yourself to years of deprivation. Here's a better idea.
More women are making financial decisions for their families, a new survey shows. Here's important advice for female boomers, Gen Xers and millennials.
We treated tithing like a bill that just had to be paid, and that mindset has helped us save for retirement, avoid credit card debt and save in general.
Managing your fickle finances as a freelancer can be stressful, but with some wise planning, you can not only survive, but thrive.
Having trouble working your way out of debt? Follow this 11-step plan. Start by accepting your workload, push hard and yet be understanding.
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.
Honey Boo Boo's mother is outspoken about living within her means and saving for the future. Here are a few financial lessons she lives by.
Monkey are fun to watch, but through their actions, they can also offer larger lessons about living a better, fuller and more financially rewarding life.
As a parent, you need to watch for signs of potential financial failure by your children. Consider these 10 warning signs from young and old kids.
Having a variable income can be good or bad. While it can make planning tough, it doesn't have to mean you can't get a handle on your finances.
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.
Everyone should give their family financial plan a midyear review to see where they stand, and to adjust for changes in their lives, investments and goals.
With these four basic tips that our family uses, you can cut your grocery spending and not scrimp on quality.
What's the best way to address a topic that makes people downright tongue-tied? Prioritize, systematize, and break it down into baby steps.