You and your significant other are ready to take the next big step in your relationship: moving in together. While this is an exciting milestone, it's also one that should prompt you and your partner to have some serious conversations about the financial implications of the move. Here are a few questions to consider that might help you and your partner live together more peacefully.
People constantly ask me for a “financial tip” to help make them some money when I am out and about. It’s a reasonable question, but there are so many ways to make money, so the better question is what should I avoid to not lose money. So here are the most common financial mistakes by age. (4 min 25 sec)
Paying your monthly cell phone bill might feel like a necessary evil: You can't live without your cell phone, but you don't like the steep price of your plan. Fortunately, there are ways to save money on your plan without sacrificing the cell phone services you need.
One of the biggest challenges for single parents is learning to balance competing financial demands. A financial plan protects single-parent households against the unexpected, takes care of kids and lets parents retire. (4 min 18 sec)