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Buying pre-cut veggies, taking hot showers, owning a car, and clipping coupons are all surprising ways you're wasting money.
I’m a financial planner — here are the 5 most important questions about money you should be asking yourself
As a certified financial planner, I've seen how hard it is find answers to your money questions. But it's not as hard as you think.
A 2-step strategy financial planners use for themselves and their clients can make your money much less confusing
Separating cash into different "buckets" — for retirement, travel, or an emergency fund — allows you to see how much is going toward each goal.
I saved over $285,000 in my 20s without ever making a budget thanks to a laughably easy strategy I use instead
Sean, who goes by "The Money Wizard," has never stuck to a budget. Instead, he simply tracks his spending using the Numbers app on his iPhone.
I put everything I can on a credit card without any debt, thanks to a smart monthly strategy that keeps me in the green
For the zero-sum budget to work, they track their spending, pay off their cards multiple times a month, and keep an emergency fund.
Apps like You Need a Budget, or YNAB, are making it increasingly easier to get a handle on personal finances. Here's what it's like to use YNAB.
Learn more about net worth, investing, saving, debts and other financial concepts with easy to understand bar graphs.
You can accelerate your way to early retirement using a four-step strategy, according to one early retiree.
California is the 6th state to ban car insurance companies from using gender to determine rates, and teen boys could benefit the most
California's ban on car insurance companies using gender to set auto rates could benefit males with less than three years of driving experience.
Here are 12 unusual ways you can save money every day, including removing stored credit card numbers and implementing a 48-hour rule for spending.