Taking a second trip down the aisle? Experts recommend talking money before you pop the bubbly. Here's what you need to cover.
Here are some ways to show our appreciation and thank nurses for all that they do in our community.
Do you know how to write a check? If not, don't worry. We've got you covered! Check out these tips and our step-by-step guide to writing a check.
Life insurance can become confusing when you consider all the types offered: term, whole life, variable life, universal life. Choose the right insurance for your family.
Nearly 60% of workers never ask for a raise. Don't be one of them. Three steps to negotiating that salary increase you deserve.
Want to head back to school for an advanced degree, but your employer won't foot the bill? Find resources to fund that advanced degree.
Want to help your children learn about money? A savings account is a smart start. Here is a guide to what banking tools make sense for kids and when.
By understanding the concept of the time value of money, and applying it to our financial decisions, we make the best choices for our individual needs such as retirement planning, investing, and borrowing.
The kids are out of school, but you still have to work? Here are the options for designing a fun, affordable summer of childcare.
Teachers: Are you struggling to get everything done in a day? We know you're swamped, so we collected some top time-saving tips from other pros who know what you're going through.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then combining finances. Tips to prepare for the financial changes that come with getting married.
6 tips to help plan for your child's long-term needs.
Contemplating a spring break staycation or inexpensive getaway? Here are ideas and advice for how to have fun and save money.
Enjoying the stability of a full-time job but the freedom to work from home is an ideal scenario for many. Here are some tips for convincing your boss.
More than a third of people who freelance on the side are thinking about doing it full-time. Here's seven tips to help you confidently make the transition.
Give your kids the tools to budget, save, decipher wants from needs, and make smart money decisions.
Getting married and trying to decide if you should have a wedding or elope? There are pros and cons to each option.
Are you or your spouse keeping money secrets? Psychologist and financial counselor Eric Dammann talks about why it's not OK and how to avoid them.
How much does it cost to have a pet? More than you probably think. Learn how Fido can affect your finances and be prepared.
Ask yourself these questions to decide if staying at home with the kids is the right choice for you and your family.
If you're making a car payment either way, should you buy or lease? Here's what to think about before making that decision.
You might be attracted, but are you financially compatible with your partner? Keep these 7 things in mind and find out if you are a financial match.
Most people avoid talking about money but sometimes that's impossible. Find out how to navigate seven common situations when money comes up.
Teaching kids to save at an early age can help them save later in life. Here are some tips for teaching children the value of saving money.
Living simply can reduce stress and help you save time, energy, and money. Here are four tips to help you enjoy the rewards of living a simple life.
Want to see your kids grow up to be the kind of adults that give back? Here are 6 steps for fostering charity in your children.
From finding side gigs to participating in medical studies, there are countless ways to earn more money now.
Divorce is difficult but it does not have to be a total financial disaster. Here are some tips to ensure you land on your feet in the long term.
Some tips from Kimberly Palmer, author of, "Smart Mom, Rich Mom," a how-to book for moms on building wealth for their families.
Gift giving at work can be tricky for bosses and workers alike. Here are some tips to help you navigate holiday gift giving on the job.
If you're a teacher with a little extra time in need of some summer cash, we've got ideas for you.
Newly pregnant? Start preparing for the arrival of your baby and the related expenses.
Find out about accounts, tools, and technology to help college students handle money and make smart financial decisions.
Tools like a digital wallet, online banking, and mobile banking make it easier to track kids' spending and to teach them how to manage money.
Does staying at home make financial sense? Here are the questions you should ask.
Planning for long-term care of a special needs child can be overwhelming. Learn about savings options such as special needs trusts and ABLE accounts.
The earlier your child learns basic money-management skills, the better. Four ideas on how to teach your children key financial skills for money management.
Take these financial steps to avoid being blind-sided by children's expenses, even before you bring home that first baby.
Fighting about money? Experts explain when money trouble leads to divorce--and how to remedy the problem.
Joint bank accounts can make money management easier for families, partners, and small businesses. Here are some tips on when and why you may need one.
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