Wedding-related debt is an epidemic that is sweeping America. Here’s what modern couples are forking over for.
Getting a good grasp on your finances boils down to a healthy income-expenses balance. Read on for the three basic pillars of balancing your income and expenses to get you on the way to avoiding – or getting out of – debt.
Absent a true emergency, like a collapsed roof, most home improvement projects can wait. There is simply no reason to borrow money to remodel a kitchen or landscape a yard – something purely cosmetic and frankly, nonessential.
New Year’s Eve is almost upon us, and along with that comes the inevitable question many of us ask ourselves every year: What are we going to do to celebrate, and how can we make sure it doesn’t break the bank?
Many financial advisors will tell you that borrowing against your 401k retirement account is a bad idea. However, there are certain circumstances in which you might want to consider temporarily borrowing from your 401k.
Over the course of our lives, most of us will likely experience a financial setback due to a mistake. Here are three ways to bounce back from a financial mistake and set yourself up for future financial success.
Financial stress is not all bad. In fact, some anxiety can motivate us to make smart decisions. However, financial stress should not control your life
Unless you were lucky enough to grow up in a household that taught basic money management skills, you might find yourself a bit lost. Read on for five money management skills that will help you improve your finances.
You don’t have to become a miserly penny pincher to develop responsible financial habits – but it is important to understand why Americans get into so much trouble with overspending and debt.
If you’ve decided to take control of your debt, you probably know that your credit is one of the key pillars of personal finance. Here, we break down the differences between your credit score and your credit report.