With a high-yield savings account, you can earn serious interest on your spare change.
It's the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, but to many of the nearly 22 million students who applied for financial aid last year, it's simply the FAFSA. Done correctly, this document can help you pay for college.
Debt collectors are a persistent and intimidating reminder that you're in hot water.
The days of envelope licking and stamp sticking to pay the bills are gladly behind us, but even managing finances online can be tedious enough to make anyone wish for a household robot with accounting skills.
Individual retirement arrangements (IRAs) are a great way to stash money for retirement. They can also be a lifesaver when unexpected expenses arise.
Debt restructuring may sound good, but beneath the surface, debt restructuring is similar to weight loss surgery: always expensive, and without discipline, a step deeper into the mess.
Balancing accounts helps you stay on top of your money. It also helps you keep an eye out for fraudulent charges and errors, and helps prevent making too many transactions without enough money in the account.
Managing your investments is just as important as starting them. Here are some helpful tips.
Should you pay down debt or build up savings? The answer might not be obvious, but setting aside money for emergencies and retirement is important.