What Is A Sinking Fund ― And Why Should You Have One?

This special type of savings could help you plan for irregular expenses throughout the year. ... Read more »

There’s A Hidden Cost To Your Big Tax Refund

A new study highlights how much money you actually lose by waiting to receive a refund. ... Read more »

6 Non-Financial Ways To Support Your Partner With Debt

You don't have to compromise your own finances to help your S.O. out of a hole. ... Read more »

Who Is Responsible For Debt When You Get A Divorce Or Break Up?

Here's how the debt gets split when splitting up. ... Read more »

I Quit My Job And Now My Partner Pays Our Bills. Here’s How It’s Affected Us.

"My worth in my relationship is not tied to how big, or small, my salary is." ... Read more »

Can Debt Destroy A Relationship? Here’s What Couples Counselors Say.

It's never really about the money. ... Read more »

17 Mistakes Tourists Make While Visiting Las Vegas

Vegas locals shared the faux pas they often see visitors committing. ... Read more »

Should You Marry Someone Who’s Deep In Debt?

Debt doesn't always have to be a deal breaker. ... Read more »

I’m Protecting My Money Before My Marriage. Here’s How ― And Why.

"Society tells us that getting a prenup is like you’re planning for the worst. I disagree." ... Read more »

What To Do If Your Spouse Isn’t Serious About Paying Off Their Debt

You want the debt gone ASAP. Your spouse, not so much. Here's how to handle it. ... Read more »

Trump’s Trade War Will Cost Average Family $1,277 This Year, Budget Office Reveals

The extra costs will effectively wipe out savings from the president's tax cuts. ... Read more »

Renting Is Almost As Expensive As Owning A Home Now

Rent went up 4 percent in 2019, while mortgage payments declined 1%. ... Read more »

9 Signs That Exciting New Job Opportunity Is Really An MLM Scam

If you have to buy your own inventory up front, run. ... Read more »

Why Lower Interest Rates Haven’t Made Homes More Affordable

New home sales unexpectedly fell for the third straight month in December. ... Read more »

Trump Cut Many Good Tax Deductions, But These 4 Absurd Ones Still Exist

Don't worry, you can still write off your private plane and pool. ... Read more »

Salary-Sharing Spreadsheets Are So Hot Right Now. But Are They Safe?

Looking at thousands of crowdsourced salaries can be overwhelming. Here's how to make sense of it all. ... Read more »

The Budgeting System You Need To Try If You Live Paycheck-To-Paycheck

Stop thinking about your money according to monthly budgets. ... Read more »

How This Navy Vet Won A Watershed Student Loan Bankruptcy Ruling

The case proves it's possible to discharge student loans in bankruptcy. ... Read more »

10 Best Places To Retire Abroad In 2020

Live your best expat life in one of these beautiful but affordable destinations. ... Read more »

The Internet Is Going Batty Over America’s New Quarter

The new coin is the wholesome news people have been craving after a rough start to 2020. ... Read more »