Are you following proper money etiquette? Knowing what to do and what not to regarding tipping, giving, dating, and other sticky situations can avoid embarrassment. We all have those moments when we aren’t sure what to do.
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April's Reddit challenge is simple: Be better prepared to enter the working world. Reddit offers a host of steps to help you land the perfect job or internship, and we throw in some of our advice.
When it comes to budgets, most of us have tried to stick to one and failed miserably. Our step-by-step guide on how to make a budget will hopefully help.
Do you have to chip in for office gifts and parties? No, but doing so may get you promoted faster, studies show. The etiquette of office gift giving.
If you want to sell your house yourself, without a realtor agent, you'll need to know exactly what you're doing in order to get the money you deserve.
I paid off $80,000 of credit card and student debt in just three years. Here are 11 tactics I used to pay off debt fast and regain control of my money.
Don't have the money to help your friends or family in a tight spot? Here's how to help someone in financial need.
Looking into buying your first home? Congrats! A house might be the biggest purchase of your life: Here's how to make sure you're financially prepared.
Live within your means, yes. Save for the future, yes. But never forget how to enjoy spending some of your money on the things you love.