The Fastest Way to Save for a Car

The Fastest Way to Save for a Car

The fastest way to save up for a new car is to first reduce the amount you'll have to save. Putting 20 percent down on a new car has been the golden rule for years, but you can scale down the amount necessary for the down payment on a car in just a few ways.  Continue reading

How Much Do You Know About Wedding Costs [Quiz]

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Are You Ready To Buy A House? [Quiz]

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What Do You Really Know About Investing? [Quiz]

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Gen X vs. Millennials: How Does Each Generation Manage Their Money?

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Expense Management Tips for Property Managers

Expense Management Tips for Property Managers

Whether you rent out a single house or manage multiple buildings with hundreds of tenants, it's always important to keep your property management costs to a minimum to ensure profitability. Here are several ways to reduce your costs for both commercial and residential properties.  Continue reading

How Much Does a Wedding Cost?

How much is a wedding in the US? We break down average engagement ring costs, venue fees, entertainment expenses, and more so you can prepare for your big day. Continue reading

Budgeting Tools for New Small Business Owners

Budgeting for your new small business is much the same as budgeting in your personal life in some respects, but there’s one big difference: The income factor in your personal budget is usually somewhat fixed. Your business income can be limitless, on the other hand, or at least that’s your goal when you start out. Making and maintaining a good business budget helps you control costs and invest in... Continue reading

Finance for Couples: How to Create a Joint Budget

Marriage is all about partnership and unity, and that applies to your finances too. When you work together to lay out a joint budget that addresses bills, spending and savings, it could even make your relationship stronger. Continue reading
Are You Ready to Adult? The College Student's Personal Finance Preparedness Guide

Are You Ready to Adult? The College Student's Personal Finance Preparedness Guide

You've got the applications filled out and you have a list of your favorite schools — but what about your financial plan? While it’s easy for money management to slip your mind, planning for college financial management now can save you money-related stress later (like, during finals). Get these essentials covered and you'll be in good shape to ace your budgeting all year. Continue reading

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