Sure, you want to pay down debt and save more money. But how you frame those goals for the new year will make a difference in your success.
An article described a new way to save: Signing up for online dating and choosing men who are willing to pick up the dinner tab. It didn't go over well.
Making excuses seems to be human nature, especially when it comes to money. Do you use any of these common 'reasons' to avoid saving?
She has a plan to earn enough money to buy a new laptop by the end of the year. That includes income from her car-washing business.
20-somethings will also benefit from these pearls of wisdom from someone who's been there, done that.
A blogger saved $732 in 7 months for his emergency fund after discovering the mighty power of the lowly coin jar.
Most don't have emergency funds to handle an unexpected $1,000 expense, a new survey indicates.
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Even when they have a plan for their refund check from Uncle Sam, Americans often don't realize how they actually spend the windfall.
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