We all know social media comes with downsides: wasted time, disrupted sleep, and – yes, this is a real thing – cell phone elbow. But if you're not careful, your veg-out sessions can also lead to overspending. Here's what to look out for.
It starts with a vision: the kitchen with the gorgeous granite countertops, perfect for whipping up your favorite meals. The backyard where your family will run giggling through the sprinklers come summertime and build snowmen in the winter. But then come the logistics: the shopping, the inspection, the mortgage. But let's back up a second... is it even a good time to buy a house? How can you tell? And what can you do to mitigate the effects of a fluctuating market?
Important tax documents start arriving digitally and in the mail at the end of January, whether we want them or not. That means firing up the tax software (or scheduling an appointment with your tax accountant) to file your taxes before the deadline.
But what if you fall behind? If it’s looking like you won’t hit that 2022 tax deadline (April 18, 2023), you may want to file a tax extension.
The coronavirus pandemic is made that much worse by scammers, who are using this unprecedented situation as an earning opportunity.
The coronavirus pandemic put a halt on a whole lot of awesome things, not the least of which is date night. But there are still free and low-cost ways to keep romance alive.
As an Airbnb host, you’re probably already comfortable putting in a little elbow grease to make your listing shine for each guest. But with the spread of COVID-19, it’s a good idea to take some extra precautions to ensure your space is not just sparkling, but safe.
It’s hard to say exactly when my dieting tipped over into full-blown disorder, because I’ve been at it for literally as long as I can remember — since I was 8 years old.
That abandoned house may look like a good investment -- but how can you tell if it’s got “good bones” or a pack of skeletons hiding in its closets?
Even if the flu doesn’t kill you, it can definitely make you feel like crud — and even affect your earnings.
Prevention, then, seems the best medicine. But how can you go about it as cheaply as possible?
The United States has a higher rate of incarceration per capita than any other nation: 698 of every 100,000 residents wind up behind bars. And when those offenders are released, they often face an entirely new set of challenges — especially when it comes to finances.
Financial therapy is a holistic process that enlists both therapeutic and financial methods to help you transform your relationship with money. Here’s how to tell whether or not it might be the right move for you.
36% of young adults are ‘financially at risk’ — here’s how to prevent that from happening to your kids
A 2018 study from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found that 36% of young adults are “financially at risk.” What steps can parents take to keep their kids from boosting the statistic?
With almost 1.5 million Americans behind bars, there’s a good chance someone in your social circle knows someone who’s been to jail — or has even been incarcerated themselves. But ex-inmates still face a struggle once they’ve been released, especially when it comes to finding a job.
Because every vacation is better with a drink in your hand—even after you leave the bar. But who has time to sit and sip when you’ve got a whole destination to explore? Take heart (and a hearty sip), convivial travelers. In these U.S. cities, you can enjoy your adult beverage to go.