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Death and Taxes…and Divorce? Don’t Let Tax Time Bring Your Marriage Down

April 15 has come and gone and besides your finances, what else has been compromised? For many of us, it's our relationships. We've all heard Ben Franklin's  famous quote, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Whil … [Read more...]

How to Find a Short-Term Rental

As I’ve been getting further along in my college career, one word has changed in my mind from an exciting one to a scary one: internship. Sure, many internships are extremely competitive and offer low or no pay, but perhaps the hardest thing about int … [Read more...]

Moven: New Money App Foreshadows Future of Social Banking

I like to think that when it comes to personal finance, there's hardly anything personal about it where the big-boy banks are concerned. At Citibank, Chase, Wells Fargo, etc., banking has become an obstacle-course game of dodging exorbitant fees and … [Read more...]

Funny Money: How to Work Hard at Seeming to be a Hard Worker

We've all noticed slacker co-workers who always seem to get the breaks when it comes to raises and promotions. It's easy to resent these folks, but what you should be doing is learning from them. Though books have been written on the subject, their ar … [Read more...]

Multiple Streams of Income: How I Went from Debt to Three Paychecks

One thing that I am sure many younger people are struggling with is seeing how they can go from graduating college with student loan debt (typically) to having a stable financial future. This was certainly the case for me when I graduated college and … [Read more...]

Can My Landlord REALLY Do That? A Guide to Renter’s Rights

After the housing bubble of 2008-09, few people can say you’re “just throwing money” away by renting anymore. I talk a lot about everything home-buying on here, so it’s high time we say a bit about renting. Specifically: I want to cover renter's ri … [Read more...]

International Travel Checklist: What to Pack for Your Trip Abroad

Packing for a trip overseas can be intimidating. You don't always know what will be available in stores abroad if you forget something and need to buy it ... and if you don't speak the language where you're going, that prospect becomes even more … [Read more...]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Buying a New House While Working Full-Time

So you're tired of your little old lady landlord losing your rent check. And your frat boy neighbors were fun three years ago, but now their mid-week keg parties are keeping you awake. You've got the money saved to buy your first home, but there's … [Read more...]

Getting the Best Term Life Insurance Rates: Three Tips

Who likes paying more for something when you know you can get it cheaper somewhere else? It's a gut-wrenching feeling when you’ve paid for goods or services only to realize that you could have saved a bundle had you just invested a little bit more … [Read more...]

Making Prior Year IRA Contributions

Individual retirement arrangements, or IRAs, provide tax incentives for saving for retirement. If you can afford it, I strongly encourage everybody to contribute at least a little bit to a Roth IRA every year, even if you have a 401(k) or other … [Read more...]