On National Teach Children to Save Day, we talk with Young Americans Bank—the sole kids-only bank in the nation—about how they educate their young customers about saving and so much more.
Stop following your social-climbing caveman ancestors and give mindfulness a try
Thanks to the pink tax, women have been paying more for pretty much everything—from onesies to walking canes.
Tom Cridland’s high-quality clothing and long-term guarantee challenge the unsustainable business of fast fashion
Meet our newest columnists, the Debt Free Guys: here to help the LGBT community live easier, more financially-secure lives
63 percent of Americans can’t pass a basic financial literacy quiz. We think you can do better and we’ve got the insight, advice, and news to get you there.
The VA provides some wonderful benefits for home buyers, but that doesn't mean zero upfront costs. Here's what you can expect to pay.
Robo-advisers are tech’s answer to exclusive investment advice, and they’re taking over the financial industry. Here’s how they work and what to consider before signing up.
On Equal Pay Day, an argument for rethinking flexibility as a workplace benefit.
A laptop and a good Wi-Fi connection means you can work almost anywhere in the world, but can you truly build a career while fulfilling your travel fantasies? We turned to three veteran digital nomads for advice.
Would you rather memorize all of the U.S. presidents in order than file your taxes? You're not alone.
Whether you’re a first-timer or have an annual date with TurboTax, we’ve got all the tips you need to file your taxes this year.
It’s one of the most taboo subjects in America, but getting real about your financial goals with friends can yield great advice and stellar support.
Brooklyn Grange, one of the largest rooftop farms in the world, operates year-round to grow thousands of pounds of produce, educate kids, and try, in their humble way, to develop solutions for a food insecure future.
How hard could it be to swap your day job in the city for life down on the farm? Hoo boy, here’s what you need to know.
The no-brainer regulation to ensure retirement advisers work in their clients’ best interests has become a political hot potato. Here’s why the fiduciary rule matters.
From monthly subscription boxes to streaming services, you’re probably paying a lot more than you bargained for.
Legal cannabis has been a boon to state economies, but the new administration’s increasingly anti-marijuana statements have lawmakers scrambling to try to save the nascent industry.
Wondering where all your money really goes? Let your credit card statement be your guide.
Abigail Perry is chronically depressed, but she's still smart about spending and saving.
Texas neo-Western Hell or High Water is a fantastic film and a dark horse for Best Picture, and also a timely reminder about the importance of Dodd-Frank
Whether you’ve tried and failed at budgeting, never started, or are currently tracking every penny and hating it, read our primer on three simple, effective budget systems.
You shouldn’t have to have an MBA to evaluate an equity agreement, but to make sure you get the most out of this tech industry benefit, you should do your homework. Start here.
By the time you’re ready to seal the deal on your first home mortgage, the collection of additional fees that pop up during closing can come as a shock. Here’s how to handle those mystery costs.
Amanda Steinberg, founder of one of the leading personal finance sites for women, has an unconventional life story and even more offbeat suggestions for brightening your financial future.
Meal planning confessions from a semi-lazy, undeniably amateur home chef.
In this month’s “It’s Complicated” column, Shannon talks about how to think about retirement once you’ve ditched your corporate gig—and your 401(k).
I overcame my scarcity approach to my finances, but almost wrecked myself all over again with the power of positive thinking.
It sounds simple, but many people quit saving before they even start because they don’t know how much they should be socking away, or the best ways to maximize their cash. Our first in a new series of money basics tackles how to protect yourself with an emergency fund.
The two credit reporting giants weren’t exactly telling the truth about those credit scores they sold you, so we found out what you’re actually getting.
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