The government has been quietly privatizing subsidized housing for years, jeopardizing the shelter of millions of our country's most vulnerable citizens.
Just like diamonds, department stores, and cable TV, millennials are killing the housing market. Or are they?
Everything you need to know about being a self-employed first-time home buyer.
Self-care has quietly become about buying crap. But maybe that’s OK.
The LGBTQ community faces unique challenges in retirement. Here’s how to plan ahead.
There’s a lot of hype around proposed legislation to roll back Dodd-Frank, and it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.
Why we buy so much home décor—and why probably we shouldn’t.
Your future self will love you if you develop a retirement savings plan ASAP. Here’s how to get started.
Mom, grandma, and the kids want to live together—within reason. What are the best ways to make multigenerational housing work financially?
Compound interest. You’re paying for it. Here’s how to tell how much.
The Debt Free Guys on how any LGBTQ person can get on the path to financial security.
Dreamed of being a pro wrestler as a kid? From chipping in for gas money to broken bones, getting there isn’t as easy as you might think.
How hitting the gym also helped slim down my budget.
How high’s the student loan debt America? $1.4 trillion and counting.
In New Orleans, mental health and money are caught in a vicious cycle.
This month, The Debt-Free Guys tackle some of the most difficult problems LGBTQ people face: depression, substance abuse, and suicide.
We all know how crushing student loan debt is, but there are some scenarios when paying them off ASAP isn't the best use of your hard-earned cash. Take our quiz and combine your results with our quick step-by-step guide to repayment and you'll be on your way to balance $0.
Is it better to use my savings to pay down my student loan debt or fund a serious job search?
Meet CAIVRS, Uncle Sam’s secretive credit report, and learn what it means for you.
Even companies on a mission can get caught up in so-called plastic bottle problems, short-term solutions for thorny social and environmental issues. Here’s how to figure out if your sustainable investment is in it for the long haul.
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.
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