Make a pledge to simplify your finances

Managing your finances can be complicated. Most people find themselves juggling financial priorities such as paying down debt, starting an emergency savings fund, saving for college or contributing to a retirement account. The first week of August is National Simplify...

How to teach your teen money management skills

While personal finance curriculums are expanding in schools nationwide, much of a teen’s money savvy is learned in the home. According to Mike Sullivan, director of education for Take Charge America, a non-profit credit counseling agency in Phoenix, all teens...

The cost of financial illiteracy

Paralyzed. That’s how Paige Worthy feels when she thinks about budgeting her money. “I freeze. I have no idea where to even start with this,” the 29-year-old says. Worthy has held at least six jobs since graduating from college in 2005. She lives in...
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