Thinking about moving to another city? Do you know if you can afford the cost of living? Use this calculator to input your living expenses and see how they would compare in a different city.
Where to live is a major question for some college students. This tool will help you determine what's best for your situation.
Managing money is 80% behavior and 20% head knowledge. The Debt Snowball Tool lets you visualize how you are reducing your debt, and it helps you plan what steps to take next.
As Zig Ziglar said, "If you aim at nothing, you'll hit it every time." It's time to get started setting some goals. Use the Goal Tracker to help you set and reach your goals.
Athletes blow money the same way the rest of America blows money. There's no difference! So before you start judging athletes for burning through millions, take a look at your finances. How many stupid decisions are you making with money?
If you're getting ready to tie the knot, you definitely need to talk about money with your honey! Here is a quick five-step checklist to get you started on building a solid foundation for your life together.
If you've never tried to wheel and deal before, the very thought of it can be intimidating. But it certainly doesn't have to be that way! Once you learn the rules of negotiating, you'll become a bargaining pro!
A good, old-fashioned Grandma's rainy-day fund will keep you from going into debt when life hits you. Learn how to build one.
New study adds to recent research that examines the merit of snowballing debts and how small victories provide encouragement to pay others.From Seattletimes.com
Buying a used car can be both a scary and expensive experience. Here are seven ways to be better prepared when shopping for a used car.From Huffingtonpost.com
Whether you are going through a new job search or a complete career transition, it's important to have a solid personal finance plan.From Blog.Chron.com