Money and Your Mind
Getting a bonus check? Congrats! What should you do with it? Get smart ways to save, invest (or spend a bit) of your Christmas, holiday, or performance bonus.
Studies show millennials well into their 30s still turn to their parents for financial advice. That's not a bad thing if mom and dad were good with money, but perhaps you shouldn't rely on parental advice alone -- especially when it comes your finances.
When it comes to money, almost everyone lies. Here's how to see through five common money lies so many people tell.
If someone owes you money -- a friend, a client, a company -- collecting that debt will require you to be persistent and shameless. These tricks will help.
It's no coincidence that tithing--giving 10 percent of income to church or charity--is linked to success and abundance. What could tithing do for you?
Crunch your salad if you want, but nothing fills a gut on a budget like greasy fast food goodness. Here, five-dirt cheap fast food values on sale now.
You want to earn more money, to start a side hustle; but how do you beat your fear of failure and overcome the "I don't have the time" excuse?
If you’re looking to add more money to your pocket, a quick way to do so is negotiating everything. This way, you can spend less and save more. Find out how.
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.