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.
If you've come into a recent windfall, it can be tempting to spend it on fun. But here are 9 smart ways to spend $1,000.
Will going to grad school give you a good return-on-investment (ROI)? Use our grad school ROI calculator to see if going to grad school is a good financial decision.
Planning your finances around a potential inheritance could be disastrous if you don't receive it -- and even if you do.
Ready to invest but not sure where to start? Learn the differences between robo-advisors vs. financial advisors and how to pick the best one.
Congrats on the new job! What was your offer? Your friends and parents are nosy. Here's how to gracefully handle their prying questions about money.
You're on a budget and out to eat with friends who want to split the check evently. Is it impolite to ask for separate checks when you didn't order as much?
$50 may not seem like much, but when you factor in interest, it can go a long way. If you want to save, here's how to a modest monthly investment count.
Do friends and family ask you to fund things like their Kickstarter campaign? You don't have to say yes. Here's how to politely decline and save your money.