It’s important to nail down your money philosophy as soon as you can, because how you view your money matters, and will affect your end results.
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DIY is a great way to save money. However, that doesn’t always mean that it’s worth it. Carefully consider the project before you jump in.
Don’t take financial gurus’ advice as a one-size-fits all approach to your finances. Your situation is unique and may need a custom tailored approach.
There are plenty of ways to be a stellar wedding guest without driving your own finances into the ditch. Here are several ways to keep the wedding frugal.
Most people want to leave money for their family. If they don’t update their retirement account beneficiary forms, their heirs may be left with nothing.
The way we spend our money shows our top priorities. What does your bank statement show about your generosity? Does it show a changed heart?
Overspending can be the cause of many financial issues. Here are six smart spending questions to ask before you buy.
Talking about personal finances with your loved ones can be a tough subject to broach. Here are some tips on how to approach a sensitive subject.
Here are some inexpensive ways to show mom how much she means to you.
Even if you don’t quit your day job, there are definite benefits to starting a side hustle. Here are 3 advantages that come with having a side business: