Graduation is an important milestone but committing these common post-grad mistakes could cause you to fall into old patterns where you rely on your parents instead of getting on with your life.
Financial infidelity may start with a "harmless" small purchase that you don’t tell your spouse or partner about. But it quickly can snowball into a larger problem that can lead to devastating financial consequences for you and your family.
Understanding what’s behind your financial decision-making process is the first step toward successfully changing your behavior. The LifeValues Quiz will help you find out what you value and determine how those values affect your financial decisions.
New Year’s resolutions are notoriously tough to keep, especially when they relate to your finances. But recruiting a “financial buddy” who will provide you support and keep you accountable can help you accomplish your goals this year.
For the numerous Americans who make financial resolutions at the start of the year only to give up on them come February, follow these tips to make your goals stick in 2013.