With more money, I would: _________.
By Charlotte Edwards March 26, 2015
Did you know you can win money by losing weight, working out, or meeting other goals? Here are apps that pay you to workout, eat your vegetables, and more.
By Kevin Mercadante March 25, 2015
Getting approved for a mortgage isn’t easy, especially if you work for yourself. But you can qualify for a mortgage when you’re self employed. Here’s how.
By Amanda Abella March 23, 2015
All businesses have an annual cycle of busy and slow periods. Knowing how to deal with low cash flow periods can help you grow faster. Use your slow times to regroup, follow up with past clients, and make sure you are prepared to get as much business as you can when times are good.
By Lou Carlozo
A majority of Americans do crazy things with their money. If you want to be better with your money than most, it’s not that difficult. Here’s where to start.
Car Insurance. You probably have it, but do you fully understand it? You pay for auto insurance every month and will most likely make a claim or two… or three in your lifetime. It’s important to understand car insurance definitions and coverage types so you buy enough to protect yourself but not more than you need.
Deciding to move in together is a huge step. It’s important to know the financial details of your partner’s life before you rent the U-Haul. His or her financial woes will quickly become your problems when it’s your name on the bill they were supposed to be helping you pay.
Investing doesn’t have to be complicated; and with index funds, it’s not. Learn why low-cost index investing may be the secret to a better performing portfolio.
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By Patty Lamberti March 23, 2015
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By Phil Villarreal March 19, 2015
Looking for a vacation on the cheap? Think back to those college days for ways to save. Road trips, packing your lunch, and unorthodox destinations are just a few things you can do to bring down the cost of your vacation.
By Neal Frankle March 18, 2015
Getting out of debt is a huge accomplishment. Congrats! Unfortunately, you may not be celebrating for long if you discover that you still have bad credit even after your debt is gone. It’s a common problem, but there are steps you can take. How to raise your credit score after your debts are paid off.
By Kevin Mercadante March 16, 2015
Should you postpone contributing to your 401(k) to pay off debt? When it makes sense to delay investing until you debt is paid off.
By Amanda Abella March 13, 2015
Start earning more money by learning to be more assertive. Why assertiveness matters, especially for entrepreneurs and side-hustlers.
By Lou Carlozo March 13, 2015
Everyone knows paying bills late is bad for your credit score. But you might not realize that the lifetime cost of missed payments could be higher than you think.
By Ashley Barnett March 12, 2015
Nobody likes paying for car repairs, but you won’t believe the redneck car repairs people think of to avoid a trip to the mechanic. Yeah…that looks safe.
By Lou Carlozo March 11, 2015
If you love the smell of a bargain, thrift shops can be treasure troves…if you can get past all the junk. Here are some professional tips for finding thrift store deals.
By David Weliver March 10, 2015
We give the Capital One Venture Credit Card a top spot among travel rewards cards. Choose between a no annual fee card that pays 1.5 miles on every purchase or earn double miles for a modest annual fee.
By Patty Lamberti March 10, 2015
Looking for some new tricks to save big money on travel? Two new secrets that could save you hundreds on your next trip.
By Amanda Abella March 10, 2015
At a job interview, giving the right answers is critical, but knowing what NOT to do can be just as important. A former recruiter gives shares things you should NEVER do at a job interview.
By Amanda Abella March 9, 2015
Make no mistake: Your net worth is affected by self-worth. If you don’t believe you are worth a lot then your bank account balance will reflect that. Here, steps you can take to improve your self-worth, and how it will likely lead to more money — perhaps a lot of it.