Getting your wages garnished because you’re behind on your student loans is a major stress on your finances. Learn how to get out of wage garnishment, and, better yet, how to avoid it altogether.
Getting a graduate degree doesn’t always mean a bigger paycheck. Learn how going back to grad school will affect your finances before you commit with our grad school ROI calculator.
Different brackets of income are taxed at different percentages. Your marginal tax rate — the highest percentage of tax you’ll pay — only applies to the income that falls within your top tax bracket, not to the income in all your lower brackets. So you won’t take home less money after taxes if your salary increases.
Subscriptions are taking over as the business model du jour—from streaming services to cloud-based office software. But with so many recurring charges, it’s easy to forget what’s costing you what. Two new services, Trim and Truebill, gather your subscriptions in one place—and make canceling a breeze.
You know you should start saving for retirement, but you just can’t deal with the confusing, boring, acronym-happy world of investing. Fortunately, it’s an easy hump to get over. Let my guide tell you when, how, and how much you should be saving for your golden years.
Rolling over your 401(k) after you leave an employer is essential. Actually doing it, however, is a pain. Follow these steps to take some of the sting out of the process.
Pets make our lives infinitely richer. A trip to the vet, however, can make us significantly poorer. Here’s how to deal with an unexpected vet bill.
New freedoms and new responsibilities can feel super overwhelming for a new grad. But worry not! It’s easier than it seems to spend your income responsibly, prepare yourself for financial emergencies, and save for retirement. Here’s our step-by-step guide on how to be a financial adult.