With the new year fast approaching, there is no better time for setting financial goals for the new year than right now.
There are two kinds of people, spenders and savers. So what happens when a saver and a spender get together? Talking about finances isn’t a …
Whether it’s an unexpected bill or debt, nothing will strip you of your peace of mind faster than a financial crisis. Here’s a plan to help.
Debt can feel crippling at times, but there are ways to help overcome it. Consolidating your debt helps put all of your debt into one place.
Finances are one of the leading causes of conflict in relationships. Avoid fighting over money by splitting bills and being smart about it.
Eating out, FOMO, and hobbies can be our downfall when trying to save money, but learning to live within your means is a science, not an art.
Is it worth dumping even more money into your beater of a car or is fixing your car worth it?
Do you daydream of owning a house, but don’t have $80k sitting around? Let’s talk about saving for a down payment.
Is college as beneficial as they say? Why am I so broke in my twenties? And will I have money not to live paycheck to paycheck?
Sticking to a budget can be hard. Aside from moral support, we also have some tips that can help you stick to it.
Credit is important, so don’t mess it up. Here are five tips for how to improve your credit score.
Buying a car can be nerve-wracking, especially if it’s your first time. Here are a few tips to help ease the process.
Credit cards are awesome, but what if someone steals and uses it? Here is what to do if you have suspicious activity on your credit statement.
Pets can be the best thing you ever do for yourself, but they can also be kind of expensive at times. Here are some things to keep in mind if you are looking for a pet.
Food is expensive and time-consuming, so we have a few tips to help you figure out your monthly food budget
Filing your taxes sucks, but getting your tax return is the best. Here are a few ideas to do with the money you get.
Spending money can almost be as stressful as not having any. Read more about how to use it for yourself without the guilt
Contributed by: Omaira Gonzalez, COO of Family Bridges Have you ever heard the term “keeping up with the Joneses?” It’s where individuals want to keep up …
What to do when someone pretends to be you. Explaining how to take back your life after identity theft.
If you’re struggling financially, the last thing you need is a hefty medical bill making things 10 times worse. Did you know there are ways you can get that bill lowered?
Many Americans are receiving their third stimulus check, here are 10 ideas to help make the most of your stimulus check.
College is expensive. Even those who chose to go an alternative route like community college or technical school can face thousands of dollars of cost. …
If you play your cards right, finding scholarships for college can take a huge load off the financial burden of secondary education. Whether you are …
It’s important to think about retirement when you are young. All the savings options can be so confusing, so we’ve broken it down here.
Decorating can be expensive, but you can have your dream decor without spending a million dollars. Here are 10 tips for decorating on a budget.
Student loans can be stressful to talk about, especially at first when everyone is throwing around big words you’ve never heard before. So here is a brief breakdown of those fancy words and what they can mean for your future.
Understanding your paycheck is the first step in financial literacy, and with that comes an easier time with money management.
Stop throwing your money away, you’ve got to pay off debt and buy a new pair of shoes. Here are five things you should cancel, stop buying and start doing to help you save some of your hard earned money.
Do you lay awake at night wondering if a purchase is worth it? Like do you really need it or is it going to make …
The holidays can be stressful. Money can be tight for some. We all have different habits regarding money, but we can generally categorize people into …
Do I love my family? Yes, absolutely. Do I love them enough to only eat ramen for a few weeks so I can afford gifts? …
I’m not going to lie. For most of my life, my mom made really good money. I went to private school since I was 4. …
My credit card helped saved my life. (I’m being dramatic.) For thanksgiving, my sophomore year of college, my friend Dustin and I went to Virginia. …
Good credit will get you a loan for a car, house, or better deals on insurance, or even let you rent an apartment. Building credit is easy. Pay your bill on time and in full every month. The key to building good credit is getting into good habits early on and sticking to them.