Are you thinking about closing your account at a big bank? If so, you're not alone. People have been frustrated with the high costs of big banks for quite some time. In 2011, there was actually a … [Read more...] about Is It Time To Ditch Your Big Bank?
A report by the Center for Financial Literacy at Vermont's Champlain College graded all states on how well they were teaching financial education to their students. The result was that more than half … [Read more...] about Why Is Financial Education No Longer Part Of The Curriculum?
Does managing your finances stress you out? If so, you're not alone. A survey in June of 2018 indicated that money issues are the number one cause of stress among Americans, surpassing even work, … [Read more...] about The Three M’s To Successful Money Management
Managing money is an incredibly important life skill. Whether you make $40,000 a year or $400,000, how well you take care of your finances is critical to your well-being. It's common for people to … [Read more...] about 5 Signs You’re a Poor Money Manager (Despite What You Think)
Divorce is a difficult thing to go through, not just for your heart, but also for your wallet. The cost of attorneys, mediators, CPAs, counselors, and court fees can put a huge strain on finances, … [Read more...] about How To Get Through A Divorce Affordably
So, you think you've found that special someone who's perfect for you in every way, except one: he or she has a ton of outstanding debt. This happens all the time; two otherwise compatible people are … [Read more...] about What is Your Role in Your Partner’s Debt?
Eventually, your car is going to break down. You'll either have a flat tire, some sort of mechanical failure or be involved in an accident. When that moment comes, will you be ready? There are several … [Read more...] about Preparing for the Unexpected: How to Make Sure You’re Covered for Accidents
Who doesn't want to get out of debt? Debt comes from many sources for both individuals and families. Some are unavoidable, such as managing medical emergencies and family crises. All too often, … [Read more...] about The Optimal Way to Manage Your Money and Get Out of Debt
If mounting debt followed you into the new year, you’re not alone. In fact, almost 70% of American households understand the burden weighing on your shoulders to some extent according to reports … [Read more...] about When Debt Relief Makes Sense: Finding the Right Route to Financial Health
Are your monthly paychecks hardly enough to cover your bills? Are you basically living from paycheck to paycheck? Are you having trouble managing your finances in general? One recent Fortune … [Read more...] about 5 Tips for Managing Your Finances When You’re Flat Broke
Aren’t those monthly bill payments a total pain? If you’re typical you have at least four credit cards – all with different due dates – plus those utility bills, department store bills, your rent or … [Read more...] about Monthly Bill Payments and How to do a Better Job of Managing Them
Bank of America is one of America's oldest and most highly respected banking institutions. It prides itself as a fountain of financial advice about how you can best secure your future financially. … [Read more...] about The Best Financial Advice from Bank of America May be the Worst
Encouraging a teenager to start saving more is easier said than done. At this stage in their life, they are trying to find their identity and that makes them want to be more independent of you. Of … [Read more...] about 4 Tips To Encourage Your Teenager To Start Saving More
Learning to manage your money well is probably the most important financial skill that you can develop. It does not really matter how much you earn. Sometimes, people who earn a 6-figure income still … [Read more...] about 7 Signs You Can Manage Your Money Well
Some people mistakenly believe that money management is something that only rich people think about. In December 2015, an article published on LifeHealthPro.com revealed a popular misconception among … [Read more...] about Money Management Tips: 5 Numbers You Should Always Monitor