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2 Ways to Spring Clean Your Finances

Spring is here. Now it’s time to clean up your finances and prepare for summer—and beyond. Khalfani Cox, founder of Ask the Money Coach, offers two tips for a financial spring cleaning: Tip #1: Review…

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Struggling Through Your 40s? Remember These 2 Rules

Your 40s come with a lot of financial stress. Whether you’re putting your children through college or taking care of your aging parents, expenses add up. But you can find stable footing with financial discipline.…

What to Do With Your Tax Reform Bonus

Chances are, you’ve benefitted from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Not only will 90 percent of Americans see greater take-home pay, but job creators are using their tax savings to reward employees. To date,…

Stuck in Debt? Use Behavioral Economics

Despite a booming economy, U.S. household debt is soaring. In the fourth quarter, household debt grew at its fastest rate since late 2007—before the financial crisis. Americans collectively owe more than $13 trillion, including $9.3…

Post-Equifax, You’re Still at Risk

Six months ago, the Equifax data breach affected more than 143 million Americans. Just last week, the credit reporting agency admitted an additional 2.4 million Americans were affected. But the Equifax breach is only the…

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Read These Two Personal Finance Classics

The best way to learn about personal finance is to read about it. Once you’re exposed to new spending and saving techniques, financial terms, and other worthwhile information, you can internalize and apply it to…