Ah, weddings. If you’re a young adult, as much as you enjoy seeing your friends get married, you must think about how much attending all those ceremonies will cost you. One secret to getting a price break on some of those good times: the benefits of your own spending, thanks to credit card points.
Our first article looked at tips for keeping your personal and financial information secure. Here we look at what to do to bounce back financially after an ID theft.
Among experiences you sure don’t want, you open your credit card bill and find a long column of strange charges. Or you try to file your federal tax return and the Internal Revenue Service responds that you already filed and supposedly received your refund weeks ago. How can you protect your identity from falling into the wrong hands?
Helping people work their way out of poverty isn't just about money. It requires addressing the beliefs and culture around money that may be keeping people stuck both financially and emotionally.
Everybody wants a solid financial plan, yet more than 40% of Americans don’t have one. Unless you develop a formal strategy – such as a written plan – you might well find any financial goal elusive. Here are nine tips for planning.
You found the one to start a life with. You now share home, love – and your financial backgrounds with your new partner and family. Here’s what to know and how to tackle debt, budgeting and other aspects of your newly merged money matters.
Did you know that the average adult in the U.S. carries $5,596 in consumer debt? That fact alone might account for credit cards’ bad rap. Your careless use of credit can wreak havoc on your finances in a variety of ways.
You share life and all your love with your spouse or partner, but is one of you detached from money matters? Here’s why and how to find more balance in your financial decision-making.
The winding down of sun and fun marks a good time to check on your financial health. Here are five important tactics for the rest of summer.
Trouble talking money with your honey? Do you just defer to your partner? Money remains a major reason couples split, and here’s how you can douse the arguments before they ignite.