Insurance is for disasters, not maintenance, so stop expecting to use it -- and save money on premiums instead.
Saving more money might seem like a challenge, but it can be done simply. Here are 5 ways to save more money and make your bank account happy.
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.
A study looking at what first-year college students know about finances shows most can only answer about a third of general financial questions correctly.
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.
If you have a big tax bill that you can't pay, don't ignore it. There are several options for paying what you owe over time.
Financially stressed? In debt? Worried about retirement? Too much month left when your money runs out? Here's how to conquer those concerns.
Here are six things you should do this spring to make sure your money management strategy is as neat and orderly as your house will soon be.
Many know they need to save three to six months of expenses in an emergency fund, but fewer have done it. Here are five lifelines to tap in an emergency.