The IRS wrote over 122.4 million tax refund checks in 2017, totaling tax refunds of over $425.1 billion. If you’re expecting a tax refund, these 7 tips could help make the most of your check.
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Should you wait until your kids turn into young adults and become smart investors before starting their own portfolios? Hear from an expert who thinks you can start early.
Your credit card account is not a checking account. See why you should avoid the bad credit habit of using your credit card to access cash.
We have personal finance lessons for the children of working parents-plus some talking points for a parent-child conversation about money.
Whether you just received your first credit card or you are hoping to improve your credit score, learn how to use a credit card responsibly to reach your financial goals.
The biggest argument in favor of teaching kids about credit is to help instill good credit behaviors from day one. It's easier to learn good habits than it is to unlearn bad credit habits.
If you are new to credit and interested in applying for your first credit card, use these helpful top credit card tops for beginners to help in your decision-making.
Still live at home and worry that you can't begin building a sturdy financial life? Use these 7 steps to help get your affairs in line so that you'll find financial success.