Budget Motivation

One of the major reasons that people have trouble sticking to their budget is because a budget can be abstract. By using methods of motivation or incentives, you can

Life After Bankruptcy

The decision to file for bankruptcy is often not an easy one. Rebuilding after bankruptcy can be even more difficult. Not only are you having to deal with several

401(k) vs. IRA

When it comes to saving for retirement, you have several options. Two of the most common methods of saving are with a 401(k) or an IRA. Here is a quick rundown about

Saving as a Family

Saving money can be a difficult subject to teach your kids if it's not put into practice. However, there are things you can do as family to help teach your kids the

How To: Stop Overspending

With the arrival of the New Year, now is a great time to examine some of your habits, especially when it comes to money. Many Americans find themselves in the

What Should You Save For?

We've talked a lot about the importance of having a savings account. However, if you're just putting away money with no purpose, it can be hard to prioritize saving. If

Changing How You Use Your Paycheck

It can be incredibly frustrating when it feels like you're living paycheck to paycheck each month. While it's a tough cycle to break out of, there are some steps you can

Changing Jobs and Your 401(k)

So, you’ve gotten a new job. While the transition period can be an exciting one, there are several loose ends you’ll need to tie up before you leave. One question you

Ways You May Be Wasting Money

If it feels like no matter how much you budget, you always seem to be short on money you should have, it may be time to examine your spending habits. Here are some