One in five Millennials provide financial support to their parents, often by putting their own finances at risk. If you can afford to help your parents financially, here’s the right way to go about it.
Being a driver for Uber or Lyft seems like a great side hustle. However, after the costs of driving strangers around town you might not earn as much as you’d think. We did the research to find out if being a rideshare driver is really worth your time.
In the U.S., the treatment costs of a single illness, accident, or pregnancy can easily reach five figures. Even with insurance, that can leave you with an eye-popping balance due. Here, you’ll find a few strategies on how to deal with medical debt.
Identity theft can wreck your finances and take months to recover from. ID theft insurance promises to protect you — or at least help you bounce back quicker. But only some ID theft insurance policies are worth the cost, and certain personality types can probably DIY their way around this added expense.
Crappy pay. Student loans. No savings. Think homeownership is out of reach? You might be wrong. Not that you should, but here’s how many millennials buy houses while still in debt.
Childcare is the single biggest expense new parents face before their child starts school. The options can be overwhelming: Day care? Nanny share? Staying at home? Find out what’s best for your situation—and for your wallet.