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The Beginner's Guide to Budgeting - Jessi Fearon
This beginner's guide to budgeting will help you figure out how to budget your money and how to start telling your money where to go every month.
How I Made $25 Million Before I Turned 30
Facebook0Twitter0Pinterest62.8kLinkedin12263kGrowing up, my dad would get home at 3:30pm from his job at General Electric. He was an aircraft engine tech for consumer jets. One of the things I remember most, were the moments of him setting his keys down in the entry to our house, looking at me and saying, “Dale, I’m wearing the golden handcuffs.” At...
15 Best Amazon Deals and Shopping Tips
Score Prime Day savings every day with these Amazon shopping tips including how to shop its Warehouse Deals, Deals of the Day, how to score coupons, and more.
60 Simple Rules of Personal Finance - The Simple Dollar
A while back, I was asked to give an hourlong presentation where I talked about my key principles of personal finance. I chose to give a presentation
The Different Types of Investments and How They Work
Most people have heard of stocks and bonds, but there are a ton of other ways to invest your money: Mutual funds, CDs, real estate...the list is seemingly endless. Here’s our reference guide to the different types of investments and how they work.
9 Apps to Help You Keep Your New Year's Resolutions
These nine apps will help you reach your New Year's resolutions and goals, from being on time more often to reading more books.
What to Get at Target and What to Forget | Consumer Reports
Target promises low prices on everything from paper towels and toilet paper to groceries and coffeemakers. But not everything is a good value. Consumer Repor...
How To Coupon In The 21st Century
No need to spend hours clipping, sorting, and checking out with flimsy pieces of paper — you can save tons of money with basically no effort at all.
Not Investing Yet? Here's How to Get Started - The Simple Dollar
Everyone knows that saving for retirement is important. Unfortunately, far too many of us aren’t saving nearly as much as we should. But why? A recent
The Complete Guide to Making Money in Your Spare Time
We all could do with a few extra dollars in our pocket, but unless your boss is a fan of giving you free money, you’ll probably have to work for it. Thankfully, you can do a lot of that work in your spare time. Here are some of the best ways to make some extra money, ranging from the super-lazy to the intensely-engaged.
8 Ways We Women Are Growing the Global Economy | HerMoney
Today, Oct. 11 is International Day of the Girl, and we want to focus on all the ways women are growing the economy. Here are eight reasons to celebrate.
Top 10 Tricks for Building the Perfect Budget
The number one rule to financial success: spend less than you earn. And the best way to do that is to keep track of what you spend. Here are 10 tricks for crafting the perfect budget (and sticking to it).
You Can Train Yourself to Be Frugal—And It's Pretty Painless
Being frugal is a lot like agreeing to pick someone up from the airport. It sounds easy enough when you agree to it, but when it’s time to actually do it, ugh, what a pain. If you have a hard time sticking to a frugal habit, design your lifestyle in a way that makes frugality the default.
10 Financial Mistakes I Made During Each Year Of My 20s (And What I Learned From Them)
On TFD, we spend a lot of time discussing our financial mistakes and extracting every lesson we can learn from our past financial fumbles. At this point, we know that there are very few people who are immune to making financial mistakes because, unfortunately, learning how to manage your own finances comes with a few […]