Real stories and tips alike covering all different kinds of financial situations, juggling household incomes with household needs, actual budgets and budget tips, and how real families can make a week's budget work.
While Japanese organizational guru Marie Kondo's KonMari Method has helped pare down closets and kitchens the world over, it can also be applied to other areas of our lives—like our finances.
Managing your finances becomes tricky when you add a kid or two (or three) to the mix. After all, you can stretch your dollars only so far, making it even harder to get out of credit card debt, buy that first home, or survive on one income. Don't despair! These tips from real families and financial experts will help you over those financial hurdles.
Don’t let financial clashes put stress on your relationship. We’ll help you get on the same page—and make smarter spending choices.
Follow these steps to financial stability so your family can be on the right track in less than a year.
It's a rare family that doesn't have a surprise expense pop up now and then—and sometimes that bill can be a big one. Here's how to prepare.
Don't break the bank this holiday season! Try these tips to get a handle on your gift-giving budget.
Income is finite, but the need to fund both retirement and college is endless. How do you divide and conquer?
It's never too early to start planning for retirement. With these tips, you'll be on your way to saving in no time.
Four out of ten workers don't fully understand their total compensation or employee-benefits package, according to the payroll provider ADP. Educate yourself before this year's open enrollment so you can harvest every dollar.
The Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) movement encourages followers to reach early retirement through a combination of frugal living, smart investments, and passive income. Here's how to meet that goal while raising children.
If you don't have time to flip through circulars and coupon cut, just download these apps or tools for budgeting, travel, couponing, and more.
Everything SAHMs should know about her family's finances even if she is not the current breadwinner.