Many of our readers have been looking for ways to take their money management offline, so we created this comprehensive guide to finding someone who can help you manage major money problems.
Managing money as a couple is something that’s deeply personal. You and your partner may be perfectly compatible in the bedroom, but breaking out a spreadsheet and talking about how you spend is often fraught with stress.
As we kick off the holiday season, it's easy to get wrapped up in spending more, or even going into debt, without really noticing. For our hygge month, we’re sharing some ideas for financial self-care that you can do right now. These ideas will help you feel in control of your money while also helping you to make positive long-term changes.
Ever sit down to start a budget, but not know where to start? Values-based budgeting, or the process of spending and saving based on how you want to live, can be a unique way to manage your budget.
There's an idea floating around out there that everything you need to know about personal finance can fit on an index card. It's a super smart concept, because personal finance isn't actually that difficult. There are ten steps that revolve around saving money, paying off debt, using your 401K, buying insurance and all the other financially responsible jazz you're supposed to do. If you haven't read Helaine Olen's book (linked above) on the index card, I recommend you do. It's a helpful look at how to handle money and it makes personal finance seem way more manageable.