Personal Finance

Lost Wallet, Stolen Purse? Here’s What to Do

Lost Wallet, Stolen Purse? Here’s What to Do

It’s something right out of a nightmare: Your purse or wallet is lost or — worse — stolen. The information in your purse or wallet can be used to make fraudulent purchases, or to obtain the […]

Year-End Financial Planning Checkup

Year-End Financial Planning Checkup

At least once a year, if not more, you visit the dentist and doctor to make sure everything is working properly — why not give your finances the same opportunity? As we approach the busy holiday […]

It Is Time to Act: The Secret to Taking Financial Action Today

It Is Time to Act: The Secret to Taking Financial Action Today

Learning about how to save and invest for retirement, your kid’s college education, and your next big goal is an important task for any individual. Jumping into the confusion of Roth IRAs, 401ks, and 529 plans […]

How is Your Money Smarts?

How is Your Money Smarts?

How is your money smarts?  Did you know you can graduate collegeor get an MBA and never take a class in personal finance?  That includes the accounting, business and finance majors!  Very few high school students […]

3 Steps to Overcome Your Financial Fears

3 Steps to Overcome Your Financial Fears

Many of us have financial fears. These financial fears can come in many forms.You might be stressed about your current money situation. Perhaps the state of the economy is causing some anxiety for the future. In […]

What’s Your Money Motivation?

What’s Your Money Motivation?

Sometimes, as we consider the best way to save — or spend — our money, it helps to consider what motivates our finances. Everyone has their own money motivations. These are reasons that we make the […]

How to Convince Your Partner to Save Money

How to Convince Your Partner to Save Money

My husband and I have very different money personalities. We are both primarily spenders, but, secondarily, he is a flyer and I am a security seeker. So saving is important to me. My husband has vague […]

How to Negotiate Fees and Save on Expenses

How to Negotiate Fees and Save on Expenses

You may be an established customer with the local phone or cable company. You may have been signed up with your cell phone provider for the last five years. You may have the same bank account you […]

Could You Survive on WIC and Food Stamps?

Could You Survive on WIC and Food Stamps?

With these tough economic times, many people are turning to food assistance from the government. Programs designed to help you pay for food are available. Yet such programs are not meant to completely pay for many […]

5 Money Errors Newlyweds Are Still Making

5 Money Errors Newlyweds Are Still Making

When love is in the air it is easy to forget the realities of life. Money had been cited as one of the top reasons couples divorce so it makes sense that newlyweds need to pay […]

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