Pay yourself first: how to automatically start saving more money

Like going to the gym or eating a healthy diet, saving money is one of those concepts that’s simple to grasp but weirdly challenging to...

How to overcome ‘credit card shyness’

News outlets and credit card companies are quick to label millennials as being credit card-shy. According to a recent survey, millennials apparently fear their credit...

Five totally free things you can do to support your local economy

Supporting your local community is a positive thing—it builds relationships, it strengthens the local economy, and it makes your neighborhood a happier and healthier place...

7 tips for tracking down your dream career

Choosing a career is tough. Whether you’re a new grad or considering a career change, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when tasked with selecting your...

Understanding and directing your withholdings

You just got your paycheck. Your eyes scan down the list of deductions and settle on the most important part—your take-home pay. You take that...

Why we get scammed

If you use a cellphone or have an email account, you’ve almost certainly been exposed to an attempt at mass marketing fraud. Common examples include...

Three job interview mindsets

It’s the night before the interview. Your outfit is all laid out, your resumé is hot off the press and you’ve Google-Mapped your route. You’ve...

Five good money habits to boost your retirement savings

Think back to your most recent savings goal. How long did you have to save in order to reach it? Was it a concert ticket...

When buying a used car privately, beware of “curbstoning”

Auto dealers are expected to sell cars that meet certain consumer protection criteria. This may include providing a warranty that will cover the buyer’s costs...

The secret history of the Wall Street Bull

Bulls and bears can be considered the unofficial mascots of the stock market. They represent the upward and downward movements of the stock market over...