If your income and your budget don't match up, it's time to make a change. Here's how focusing on spending cuts vs. budget cuts can make you richer.
It's critical to set aside an emergency fund, but what is the optimal amount to have? Believe it or not, having too much may be hurting you!
Trick or treat! It's pumpkin-everything and sweater weather time. But beware, this cozy season is dressed to deceive. We have a list of 11 money mistakes to avoid this holiday season. Run from these monsters before they bleed your bank account dry!
The decision to convert a whole life insurance policy into an annuity shouldn't be taken lightly. We've outlined what to know.
Investing your first $1k well can be the first step to greater success. Follow our guide to learn the best ways to do it.
Rob Berger kicks off his book dispelling the myth that financial freedom is a luxury that can only be afforded by the elite few. Retire Before Mom and Dad is a surprisingly easy read. Rob speaks directly to the the average Joe on how to reach financial freedom and provides us with the numbers to back it up.
Renting a home offers flexibility in lifestyle, along with other perks. If you’re looking for a place to rent, there are affordable cities where you can easily spend less on rent than you would on a mortgage.
For some people, house hacking is just a way to make life work while generating a bit of extra income. For others, it’s a strategic step in their quest for financial independence and, often, an introduction into the world of real estate investing.
People want to own online businesses. And there are plenty of reasons why it makes sense. So in this article, we'll cover why buying an online business is a good investment. From there, you can make the decision on whether or not it’s a good fit for you.
Americans owe more than $1.48 trillion in student loan debt. The average student loan payment, per month, is $351. Avoiding this debt may seem impossible, but it’s not. At the very least, implementing some of these ideas can help you cut down on the amount of debt you take on to get through school.