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Furloughed federal workers are pawns, but they’d be better off had they budgeted better.
In a panic about their missing paychecks, federal workers apply for unemployment.
Take these financial steps as the partial federal government shutdown drags on into 2019.
I meet a lot of people who have spent years making a financial mess of their lives. They come to me deep in debt. They… Continue reading
If you want to become debt-free in 2019, make this your mantra: Live by overspending, die in debt.
You can’t just say you want to pay down debt, etc. You have to make a detailed plan.
Get off the gift-giving train and save your money for a rainy day.
The “Lean-in” mindset pushes women to pursue career advancement at any cost.
The AARP offers a five-step guide to better caregiving.
Even machines are discriminating against black and Latino homebuyers.
Managed properly, 529 plans won’t hinder students’ ability to qualify for federal aid.
Which states have gold-rated 529 plans? Morningstar ranks the best and worst in class.
Parents should begin socking money away in a 529 even before baby arrives.
There’s no need to panic — yet, says a respected scholar on capital markets.
For one thing, you need to fill out the FAFSA form — regardless of family income.
Your credit history is your financial scorecard, so good credit is well worth the effort.
Here’s what you can learn from the last financial crisis that will help you with the next.
Experts weigh in on what happened and how you can protect yourself from the next crash.
Could you use some cash? Here are five places to look for unclaimed money.
I wasn’t surprised that Aretha Franklin didn’t have a will. You probably don’t have one either.