Moving in together means not only sharing a bathroom and closet space—it also means sharing rent, utilities, and grocery bills. So, to keep things calm as you make the transition, it’s a good idea to decide on ground rules. Here are some tips to get started bringing your finances together.
The good news: You’ve found your dream job. The bad: You’ve also found out that living the dream means that you’re going to have to be living on a whole lot less. Here’s what you need to know about budgeting and saving when you’re taking a pay cut.
If you’re just shopping for one or two, buying in bulk might seem counterintuitive. But with a few smart shopping tips, it can be the best way to save big on your grocery budget. Not yet a Costco convert? Here are four steps to get you started.
It’s summer vacation time, and you know what that means: letting loose and having fun! But you don’t need to loosen your purse strings too much—here’s how to keep your travel expenses under $1,000.
Many big days come with a big budget, but the truth is, you don’t have to break the bank to have the wedding of your dreams. Here’s how to set (and stick to) your budget priorities.
There’s one part of your benefits package you probably glazed right over: Life insurance. But here’s why you should take a closer look, even when you’re young and healthy.
Is auto insurance exciting? Um, no. But if you drive a car, you have to have it, and you should know the ins and outs of getting the best coverage (for the best price). Before you pick your next plan, check out this breakdown.
Your 20s are the years when you (finally!) start making some money. But, they’re also the years when, if you aren’t careful, you can make some money mistakes—ones that can (literally) cost you. Here’s how to avoid those blunders and set yourself up for financial success in your 20s and beyond.