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We asked financial planners for the best strategy to tackle credit card debt, and there are 2 clear favorites
The best way to get out of credit card debt is either the debt snowball or the debt avalanche, according to financial planners.
What is a zero-sum budget? It requires you to "spend" every dollar you earn by treating savings and investments like any other bills.
Want to open a high-yield savings account? Signing up takes as little as five minutes at most popular online banks.
Robo-advisor Wealthfront now offers a new high-yield cash account with a minimum deposit of $1 — here’s how it stacks up
Wealthfront's Cash Account, a new high-yield savings account, is fee-free and requires a minimum opening deposit of $1, making it accessible to all.
I didn't want my teenage daughter to make the same money mistakes I did, and in just two summers, she's been able to save enough to buy herself a car.
I went into debt to buy my new car even though I could have paid cash, and I know I made the right choice
I got a 0% APR auto loan so borrowing made a lot more sense than paying in full — here are the three reasons why.
Who among us emerged from their 20s without a single mistake made? Not many. These 6 mistakes are life lessons we can all live by.
I dreaded starting a budget because I thought it was all about cutting back on things you love, but it turns out I was completely wrong
Your budget is meant to serve your lifestyle, not to restrict it. It's all in the way you set it up.
Knowing how to read a credit report is an important part of having a healthy financial life. Keep track of your scores a get free reports annually.
The Fed has lowered interest rates for the first time since the depths of the Great Recession, but it’s still a great time to save money
Americans will soon see the interest rates on their savings accounts decrease after the Fed cut rates, but probably not by much.