This year, we’ll spend $70 billion dollars on our furry friends, according to the American Pet Product Association, and those numbers grow larger every year! We just can’t stop spoiling our furry family members. Buying a pet from a pet store or breeder will set you back some maj...Read More »
Johnson’s “single mom manifesto” encourages women to earn, save and invest as they strive for financial independence. Make financial independence your goal. “Most single moms find any child support they’re owed to be a huge source of conflict, time and energy suck.
Freelancers contribute $1.4 trillion to the economy every year, but there are trade-offs to be made. Giving up traditional work comes with challenges, but there are some perks to to freelancing that could make up for it.
You may have made a financial resolution for 2017—but did you keep it? Thirty-six percent of Americans made a financial resolution this year, according to Fidelity. Save more, pay off debt and spend less overall.
There are several debit cards for kids out there, but I tested Greenlight with my own kids. They loved it, and I loved being able to teach them about money while still controlling their spending.
This means the market is competitive, and affordable homes harder to come by. Millennials are affected the most, because they make up 42% of first-time homebuyers, the largest group of any generation. According to a report by Apartmentlist, 80% of millennials said they would like to buy a home one
It's a great time to buy a used car. Jeanie Ahn reports on how to get the best deal on a pre-owned vehicle without getting ripped off.
Hopper, a flight prediction site, has released their annual Holiday Travel Index, which shares money-saving strategies for when to book flights.
Social Security numbers are everywhere and used for securing a ton of products. However, they're completely not secure and easy to buy on the dark web.
A debt-ceiling crisis would mean a tough dilemma, whether to pay obligations like Medicare and Social Security or to honor bonds.
It’s 8pm on a Thursday, and I’m sweating through my t-shirt waiting for the phone to ring. The expected caller is a 64-year-old man who has for decades made inappropriate comments about women, and I’ve reached out so that he and I can have a direct conversation about his behavior. I’m feeling galvanized