According to TheKnot.com, August 18 is the hottest — literally and figuratively — day for weddings in the United States in 2018.
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Did you know that the majority of millennials still receive money or other financial assistance from their families? More than half of Americans aged 21 to 37 have received financial assistance from a parent, guardian, or family member.
53% of millennials surveyed recently by TD Ameritrade say they will join the two-comma club sometime in their lifetime.
A vocal slice of Millennial Twitter is up in arms about financial planning advice which suggests that 35 year-olds should already have two years salary saved for retirement.
A new AAA survey finds 20% of Americans say their next vehicle will be an electric car. That’s up from 15% in 2017.
If you’re a forgetful son or daughter, you need to get moving RIGHT NOW on fixing this oversight.
If you want to be better with money, do something today to start changing your behavior and shifting your money mindset. Not sure where to start? Here are six things you can do right now.
A once unthinkable milestone reminds us that credit card debt can cause a great deal of financial stress.
Many states and school districts do not provide any substantive personal finance education until high school, if at all.
If you want to be successful with money, there is a small price: Just 20 minutes a day.
There is no shortage of smart women who are blogging about money and personal finance. But where to start when you’re looking for who to read and follow?
According to a new survey, each year about half of the people who have a credit card lend it to someone else to use.
If you’ve been trying to get your finances in order, one single word can make all of the difference between success and failure.
In honor of International Women’s Day, and its theme of #PressForProgress, we are taking a look back and a look forward at women who were and are pioneers in the field of finance.