Much financial advice is aimed at those making good money leaving the rest of us behind. We want to fix that with 24 financial tips for low-income earners.
Worried we’re heading towards a recession? We have something to help you through it. Read our dos and don’ts during a recession before you make any moves.
Do you hate your job and your life? Do you have a house full of stuff? Your materialistic lifestyle is killing you.
I’ve spent the past 30 years of my life being broke. Sure, I’ve had money, but I wasted it all, then asked myself why I have no money. I went from a single bachelor with his own home and a BMW to a single bachelor living with his brother and a Honda Civic, and I couldn’t be happier.
Your future self will you for establishing an emergency fund now. It’s important to set aside emergency savings can help you get in case your home needs an urgent repair or something more serious like unemployment. We will help you figure out how much you need and how to get an emergency fund started.
Did you get a tax refund? Maybe you’re wondering what to do with that tax refund. Learn some smart ways to spend your tax return money.
How detailed do you need to be with budget categories? Do you separate lunch from dinner or lump everything into a few areas? And which method is better?
Do you ever wish you had a personal assistant to do things like find and cancel old gym memberships you don’t use or to negotiate a lower cable and internet bill for you? Well, now you have one. Read our Trim Review and see how they can go to work for you.
If you’re a teenager, you are in a very powerful position. Starting good money habits now will put you ahead for the rest of your life. Here are 8 money tips for teenagers.
Spending money is a hobby for some. But out of control spending has dire consequences. If you want to know how to stop spending money, we’ll show you how.
We are in an unprecedented situation. The coronavirus or COVID-19 is going to significantly impact the world economy, just how bad things are going to be, we can only speculate. But right now, things are already dire for some of you. If you need help paying bills or other forms of financial assistance, we’ve got a comprehensive list of resources.
That old saying that you get what you pay for isn’t always true. Sometimes there is such a thing as a free lunch. Here are 11 things you should never pay for.
Do you want to learn how to save money? We have 23 ways to save money that are pretty painless and easy to implement. Ready? Let’s get saving!
Only about half of us pay the pink tax. It’s the extra amount women pay for goods and services that are almost identical to the lower-priced male version.
Are you thinking of buying a home? Ideally, you will have at least a 20% down payment. Here are some ways to save for a house fast.
Quicken is no longer the only game in town. This article uncovers 14 Quicken alternatives you can start using today. Simply put, if you’re searching for exceptional accounting software that integrates into your money management system, you’ll enjoy this post.
I’m obsessed with thrift stores. Walking through one is like exploring a magical treasure trove. You never know what you’re going to find thrifting.
Do you seem to never have any money at the end of the month but can’t figure out why? Here are 15 reasons you’re broke and how to change it.
If you feel like the holiday season is getting out of control or if you don’t have the money to spend, try the Four Gift Christmas Rule.