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How the 2017 Tax Reform Bill Affects Your Savings Find out what changes to the tax code are included in the Trump-supported 2017 tax reform bill and learn how it affects you and your savings. Choosing The Right Retirement Plan So You Can Start Saving For The Future Photo of Paul Sisolak Paul Sisolak Choosing The Right Retirement Plan So You Can Start Saving For The Future Your retirement may be decades away, or it might be right around the corner, but one...

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Best Wallets For Credit Cards See the best wallets to hold your credit cards. We cover different styles for men and women that offer the best ways to carry cards, cash, and more. How To Find a Bank That Doesn't Suck It can feel like banks are out to make the most money out of you through fees and terrible customer service. Here's how to find a bank that fits you better. The Biggest Blocker to Financial Success: Emotions Photo of Kayla Albert Kayla Albert The Biggest Blocker to Financial Success: Emotions During the fifty mile trek through the California desert to my poorly paying job, I... Can I Afford to Work for Myself? Photo of Carrie Smith Carrie Smith Can I Afford to Work for Myself? Can I afford to work for myself? This is the question that crossed my mind after... Is Your Budget Travel Ready? Traveling can be expensive. It takes a lot of planning to make sure you are on budget and don't overspend. Find out if your budget is ready to travel. Are Your Finances Ready For An Emergency? Having an emergency and no way to pay for it can be hard. Find out if your finances are ready for an emergency that could strike at any time. Are You Spending Too Much Money on Entertainment? Photo of Melanie Lockert Melanie Lockert Are You Spending Too Much Money on Entertainment? When it comes to personal finance, it’s not all about budgeting and saving. It’s... How to Create a Student Loan Debt Payoff Plan Photo of Claire Murdough Claire Murdough How to Create a Student Loan Debt Payoff Plan Do you have student loan debt? I do, too. We’re not alone. Many others join our... How to Keep Up with Your Friends Without Going Broke It's all fun and games...until your bank account goes into the red. Here's how you can keep up with your friends without going into debt. Is Your Money Ready for Kids? Find Out Here Are you ready for kids but aren't sure if your money is ready? Here are six things to help you understand if your finances are ready to start a family. How to Know if Your Money is Ready for Marriage Photo of Kayla Albert Kayla Albert How to Know if Your Money is Ready for Marriage At the age of 19 or 20, I was in the throes of a financially dramatic (read:... Am I Spending Too Much On Rent? Photo of Kayla Albert Kayla Albert Am I Spending Too Much On Rent? The music started at 2 a.m. After over an hour of staring at the ceiling, seething... How to File Personal Taxes The new year is fast approaching, which makes this a great time to organize financial documents for the year ahead - and for taxes! Here's how to get started. The Three Financial Stages of Buying a Home From buying a home to owning one, there's a lot to do financially-speaking. Here's how you can prepare your budget for every step of the process. How to Save Money for a House Down Payment Photo of Cami Tellez Cami Tellez How to Save Money for a House Down Payment We’ve been diving deep on the topic of home ownership these days. After all, this is... Am I Spending Too Much Money on Food? Photo of Claire Murdough Claire Murdough Am I Spending Too Much Money on Food? Food and drink costs are some of the trickiest things to balance in a budget. There... The Terms You Need to Know to Buy a House If you're getting ready to buy a home, there's a lot you'll need to know. Here's a list of the major terms you should know before entering into a mortgage. How Can I Tell if I'm Saving Enough? We all know we should save, but how much is the right amount? We dive deep to discover what “enough” savings really means to each of us individually. Do You Need Roommates to Afford Rent? Photo of Kara Perez Kara Perez Do You Need Roommates to Afford Rent? When I was in college, I was adamantly against the idea of ever living by myself. I... Getting Your Money Ready to Move Out of Your Parents' House Photo of Kayla Albert Kayla Albert Getting Your Money Ready to Move Out of Your Parents' House The breaking point for my parents was the 15 minutes of pounding on their door at 2... What to Do About What You "Should" Do with Your Money When it comes to things you “should” do with your money, everyone has something to say. Here's how to cut through the noise and make the best decisions for you. Is It Time to Have The Finance Talk? If you and your partner are getting serious, then it's time to have the money talk. Here's how you can proactively approach an admittedly awkward topic. How Much of My Income Should I Be Saving? Photo of Kayla Albert Kayla Albert How Much of My Income Should I Be Saving? A mixture of progress and pride is the feeling I would have around the second or... 5 Ways to Tell if You're on the Right Financial Path Photo of Lauren Bowling Lauren Bowling 5 Ways to Tell if You're on the Right Financial Path Personal finance is full of well-worn basics. Pay yourself first when saving,... Do Single People Need Life Insurance? Life insurance: is it a necessity if you're unmarried? Here's how to decide if you should be signing up for a life insurance policy anytime soon. Am I Financially Ready to Buy a House? If home ownership is on your radar, there‘s a lot to consider before you take the leap. Here are the factors you should think about before you take on a mortgage. How to Plan Your Finances for Your Dream Career Photo of Carrie Smith Carrie Smith How to Plan Your Finances for Your Dream Career I never set out to quit my day job as a small business accountant to become my own...
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