If you’ve ever listened to terrestrial radio or watched late-night television, chances are you heard or seen an ad for credit repair companies. Do they actually work?
In times of turmoil, it helps to understand what’s next. Hold on to long-term optimism, but face the present reality one day at a time.
We had a chilly experience in winter 2020. But thankfully, our emergency fund helped eliminate any stress from an otherwise bleak scenario.
We all know our rent or car payment or how much we spend on groceries. But it’s the personal finance unknowns that lead to the most negative outcomes.
The U.S. is in debt. But to give it perspective, let’s look at how the U.S. debt compares to the mortgages and student loans that you and I hold.
It’s a birthday celebration! A few fun stories and lessons learned from Year One of the Best Interest.
Math is the language of the universe. And plots help visualize math.
Today, I present five important plots to explain personal finance basics.
Interest, terms, principles. Just give it to me straight:
What is the cost of debt?
Telling people to “save more money” is empty advice. How? What’s the first step?
Today, Ben Franklin helps us define a real, simple, executable plan.
Are you worried that your budget—or lack thereof—is damaging your financial health? Over a dozen other financial writers contributed to this week’s deep dive into budgets.
All the contributors share one vital beneficial behavior.