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Just as you may go to friends for advice after a fight with your partner, you may also seek out money advice from those around you.

8 people share the best money advice they’ve ever received

Money advice from those you trust can guide you towards your goals. Some of the best money advice can come from an expert or someone who has reached an important financial milestone. Here, seven people share the best money advice they have received, and how it changed their lives.
How much people have in their savings accounts varies drastically from person to person.

10 people reveal how much they have in savings, and how they got there

Savings accounts are crucial to reaching important financial milestones and protecting yourself from an unexpected job loss or other emergencies. Different savings methods work for different people. Here, 10 people reveal how much money they have in savings, and how they did it.
Saving money is easier than you thought.

12 clever ways to save money every day, according to financial experts

Money-saving tactics can often be unrealistic or forced. There are easy ways to spend and save money every day, like removing stored credit card numbers, implementing a 48-hour rule for spending, and tracking every expense. Here are 12 unusual ways you can save money every day.
John retired in August 2016 at the age of 52.

I retired at 52 with a $3 million net worth — here’s what a week of my spending looks like

John, aka ESI Money, was a business executive for 28 years before he retired at age 52 with a $3 million net worth. For Business Insider's "Real Money" series, John shares his weekly spending in early retirement.
The right time to open a savings account is now.

How to start saving money today, even if you think you have nothing to spare

If you're considering opening a savings account, there is no better time than right now, according to financial planners. Whether you're saving for an emergency or planning the ultimate vacation, keeping your money in a secure place should be a priority.
Being smart with your money doesn't necessarily mean choosing the cheapest option in every situation.

6 expensive things that are totally worth the money

Money well-spent means that you’ve derived some value out of your purchase, but that doesn’t always signify a low cost. There are some things like education that simply cost a lot of money, but you definitely get the best bang for your buck. Here are 6 pricey things that are well worth the money.
Sometimes we waste money on things we don’t need without even realizing.

5 things you may be wasting your money on

Sometimes we waste money on things we don’t need without even realizing it. It can be difficult to spot things that waste cash because an item's affordability is subjective based on your situation and personal preferences. Here are five things that could be a waste of your money.

How I cook a healthy and delicious dinner for 4 every night for $300 a month

If you plan your menus and grocery shopping carefully, you can prepare delicious dinners every night of the week without breaking the bank. Here's how I cook a healthy, delicious meal for four on $300 a month.
Once you know the questions to ask, finding the answer is easier than you think.

If you’re not asking yourself these 5 questions about money, you might already be screwed

As a certified financial planner, I've seen how hard it is find answers to your money questions. But it's not as hard as you think.

This simple money saving plan can help you bank £1,500 in 2018 — and it requires no more than £7 a day

By putting aside £1 to £7 depending on the day of the week, you can save almost £1,500 over the space of a year with next to no effort.