Personal Finance

The "I Will Teach You To Be Rich" title is polarizing, but the advice is on point.
The catch? You have to be willing to join an online bank.
Credit unions offer some of the lowest auto loan rates.
Summer holiday weekends offer great deals, but not the best ones of the year.
For $38 plus fees, you can ride a mechanical piggy bank and hit a punching bag that represents debt.
And you know Sen. Elizabeth Warren shot back over the now-deleted post.
She wrote 'All Your Worth' in 2005. Here's how her advice holds up nearly 15 years later.
Men with higher incomes are most likely to exhibit these "financial enmeshment" behaviors.
Can you predict what you spend in a week?
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How does reality stack up to spending predictions?
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Spoiler: There are usually financial consequences for stupidity.
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You were picked on a lot as a student in college — by your credit card company, insisting that you pay on time. And now your college student is picking a credit card.
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By the time your child gets a job, they should know to avoid these traps.
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