The Basic Rules for Money in Your 20s
- Budgeting (71)
- Creating a Financial Plan (8)
- Financial Goals (15)
- Financial Rules (57)
- Make the Most of Your Money (24)
- Manage Your Family Finances (10)
- Money and Marriage (12)
- Moving and Moving Out (6)
What Do I Do Once I'm Out of Debt and Saving for Retirement?
If you have managed to pay off all of your debt, you need to refocus on saving for retirement. Then you can move onto other financial goals. Learn what you should do once you reach this point.
Should I Cosign on a Loan?
Cosigning a loan is very risky. It can affect your ability to qualify for your own loan or mortgage, and you are responsible to pay it back. Learn if you should take the risk.
Should I File Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy is a last resort when you are overwhelmed by debt. Many people turn to it to help them start fresh. It does have serious consequences and negatively affects your credit. Learn if this is a good option for you.
The Six Major Financial Steps of Your Life and How to Address Them
Whether you are getting married, buying your first home or starting a new job, you will be worried about how this will affect your financial picture. As you approach each of these major life events, it is important to consider the financial side of each situation.
Taking control of your finances is one the most important things you can do. If you start as soon as your graduate from college, you will be financially ahead of most of your peers. Choosing to be responsible now, and making it a lifelong habit will benefit you in the years to come. Here are some of the basic ways to choose to live responsibly.
Manage Your Personal Finances
Successfully Managing Your personal finances makes it easier to achieve your other goals. Financial planning affects all other aspects of your life. Take the steps now so you can reduce your worry and focus on the things that are most important to you.
Top Five Financial Lessons from the Last Decade
Learn what the last decade has taught you on how to handle your money. These five lessons can help you stay in control of your financial future.
Biggest Financial Lessons from the Last Decade
Share the biggest lesson you have learned from the last decade. There have been many economic mistakes made in the last ten years. Which affected you the most and what did you learn from it? Read other reader's opinions as well.
Finances and Breaking Off Relationships
It can be difficult to break up when you have been living together. If you aren't married, then you may have a difficult time splitting up the assets that you purchased together. Learn how to make the process easier.