Don’t waste this crisis. Use it to take control of your life. The best place to start is by making a list of what you have and what you need.
A growing number of Americans hide credit cards and bank accounts from spouses. Financial infidelity can damage your bottom line and destroy your marriage.
Once you identify these money mistakes in your marriage, you can take steps to get your finances — and your marriage — on track.
Help your teen move from receiving to giving — using these six simple strategies.
When your oldest child is 30, and you ask him or her, “What’s your most treasured Christmas memory?” what do you want to hear?
How do you reduce debt? The solution is simple: develop discipline in spending.
Keep monthly expenses like housing, food and transportation from breaking the bank each month.
If your family struggles with making ends meet, these budget busters may be the culprit. Seize control of your monthly finances and start living in the red again.