10 Questions About Money Every Adult Should Know How to Answer

Only 17 states require that students take a personal finance course to graduate from high school, a number that’s barely budged in years. Here are 10 questions you should be able to answer as a full grown adult, if you want to save and budget properly.

Not-So-Great News: Your FOMO Is Making You Spend More of Your Paycheck on Insta Likes

In one recent study from insurance company Allianz Life, 55% of millennials reported experiencing FOMO. And 57% say they unexpectedly spent money because of something they saw on social media. Here's how to not let yours get in the way of budgeting and saving.

5 Obvious Reasons to Live With Less (That Are Worthy of a Reminder)

By now, you’ve likely come across the growing minimalist movement in some form. And sure, it sounds great, but is it really worth it? Here's why living with less is actually the best financial (and life) decision you can make for yourself.

A Look Inside My Bank Account: How I Quit My Job Before Landing My Next One

As her job became more and more unbearable, Abby Wolfe came up with a plan to quit her job without draining her savings account or leaving gaping holes in her resume. Here's how she did it—and advice for how you can plan your next move, too.

A Breakdown of Why Your Paycheck Never Goes as Far as You Think it Will

Here's a breakdown of what percentage of your paycheck you should be spending on housing, utilities, transportation, food, health care, and entertainment.

7 Money Habits Responsible People Already Know About

Follow these 7 key habits—courtesy of author and expert Stephen Covey—and you're sure to save lots and live a happier, more financially-secure life.

4 Ways I Was Able to Start Saving Money (Without Having to Eat Leftovers)

Here are four habits I adopted that helped me stop scraping by and actually save money for things that mattered to me (besides eating and living comfortably).

Here’s the Inside Scoop on the 5 Popular Side Gigs You Always Hear About

Side gigs are great—but before you sign up for dog walking, home renting, or food delivery, here's what real people say it costs (and pays).

3 Believable Excuses You Can Use to Turn Down Invites You Can’t Afford

Stressing about having to decline social invitations from co-workers that you can't afford? These three "excuses" make it easy to bow out gracefully.

The “I’m Bad at Money” Person’s Guide to Understanding 401Ks and IRAs

It's never too late to start investing for your future. Here's what you need to know about 401Ks and IRAs and why they're better than a savings account.