Personal Budgeting

So you're not a numbers person. That doesn't mean you can't create a killer budget.
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Studies show financial literacy isn't enough to prompt positive changes in behavior.
She wrote 'All Your Worth' in 2005. Here's how her advice holds up nearly 15 years later.
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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The earlier you start teaching your kids about money, the better -- for everyone.
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Bank accounts, budgeting, taxes – you and your teen have a lot to think about.
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Like so many Americans, we struggle to get by each and every month.
If you have a spare 60 minutes, you can put some extra cash back in your pocket.
You don't need a six-figure portfolio to work with a professional.
Andrea Woroch, a consumer finance expert, shares her 5 tips on how to get your finances back on track this fall.
Don't make the same mistake I did ― start building credit while you're in school.
Your relationship and wallet will be better for it.
Here are some things you have to think about when your parents aren’t providing you with more than $3,000 a month in financial support.