Buying a home costs a lot more than buyers realize. Here's the many costs you'll need to consider before you start looking for a home.
Borrowing money to pay for a depreciating asset is the number one cardinal sin of personal finance. Here's why.
You probably hear about dividends all the time when it comes to investing. So just what are dividends exactly? Find out everything you need to know in this article.
Taking the first step towards acknowledging your financial situation is the most difficult part. Here's how to stop being afraid and take action.
ChexSystems is a database of bank customers that often overdraw their checking accounts. The info in ChexSystems stays there for 4-5 years, so start using your account responsibly now.
The 80/20 rule is one of the most common management strategies. It's aim? To help you focus on what’s really important. Let's apply it to your personal finances.
If you want to buy a house or condo immediately after college you'll need to start preparing early. Here's everything you'll need.
Bankruptcy is designed to give people a fresh start when they need one, but it is a last resort. Here's what to know when you need to file bankruptcy.
Got a lot of debt, but no leftover income after all of your bills? Here's what to do about it.