How couples should handle their money and bank accounts
April 24, 2013
As long as there have been couples, there have been spats over money. We look at the three ways couples commonly handle their cash.
How to choose the right credit card for your family expenses
March 12, 2013
Before choosing a credit card, consider your family's lifestyle and needs.
How to better understand your credit score
February 25, 2013
Ignore the hype. Credit scoring is actually very rational and predictable
Three ways to save money at home
February 4, 2013
Avoid ugly utility bills this winter with easy makeovers for the most expensive rooms in your home.
6 ways to keep spending in check this holiday season
December 3, 2012
There are plenty of things you can do to keep holiday expenditures under control so you're not drowning in debt come January.
Four ways to protect finances in a divorce
October 5, 2012
No one wants to think about divorce, but when it happens, there are four important things to keep in mind.
Eight easy ways to drive down family auto expenses
August 28, 2012
With all those new after-school activities your family car expenses can really add up, but there are easy ways to reduce costs.
How to raise a money mogul
June 20, 2012
The most successful business people share some common traits. Here are four you can use to help fuel your child's natural ingenuity.
12 ways to teach kids about money
June 14, 2012
Teaching kids sooner rather than later about money and debt can pay off substantially. Using credit responsibly and living within your means are valuable financial habits that cannot be taught quickly. Rather, a well-rounded financial education occurs over time with age-appropriate lessons, many of which are conveniently disguised as fun. Use these techniques to help your kids grow into financially savvy young adults.
Stay at home or working mom?
April 25, 2012
The decision about whether to stay at home or be a working parent sometimes revolves around finances. Can you afford to stay at home? Can you not?