According to the 2014 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Financial Wellness at Work report, “In an economy where so many employees are stressed about money, providing talented workers with..
A summer job is a prime opportunity to start saving for year-round expenses. So if you’re looking to save this summer, you’ll be happy to know that the odds of finding a job are in your favor. In..
My kids got theirs at age seven! But as a teacher of personal financial management, I am a bit fanatical about educating my children. Here are some things to consider when deciding when to open a..
Saying there's an upside regarding student loans is almost like rooting for the villain in a movie. Or hoping the long suffering underdog gets crushed. Or proclaiming a dislike for cute cat..
The chance to double your money certainly sounds tempting. In fact, if I close my eyes I can hear a carnival barker shouting it across the fairgrounds, attracting people anxious to get rich. It..
With America Saves Week fast approaching, our hope is that you'll take action this year and start or improve on your savings habit. The article below by Katie Bryan will introduce you to what..
I always spend part of the last day of the year trying to come up with a great New Year’s resolution. While I know most of them won’t be kept for a full 12 months, I like to state some kind of..
Why would anyone want to pay an ATM fee? Yet last year more than 7.1 billion dollars were spent on ATM fees across the United States.
When fees are hidden behind fancy titles or taken in the form of minimum requirements and lessened service, a "free" checking account isn't really free at all.