Moving into your first real apartment has lots of unanticipated expenses that can blow up a young consumer's attempt to budget responsibly.
Your financial path is not a straight line, but one with ups, downs, crossovers and cross-backs. This road map will give you a clearer course to success.
Taking control of your finances is possible only if you have a spending plan. And with these tips, a plan can be easily created.
For a little effort now, financial resolutions can pay off -- and they're easier to achieve than resolutions to lose weight or quit smoking
Budgets don't have to be as painful as others make them out to be. These 4 approaches make budgeting as easy as possible.
Apps can help you stay on the right path to your financial goals. Let's get your finances organized.
I know from my own life that there are ways to free yourself from a seemingly insurmountable debt and get to where you want to be. Try this simple approach.
One blogger really saves by actually moving savings into a savings account; another challenges every bill. Their results are huge.
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.