Savings accounts are still the best way to save for rainy day, but all accounts aren’t equal.
Here are five smart ways to put your tax refund to work.
Regularly putting some money aside into savings is crucial during these tough times.
Most New Year’s resolutions fall by the wayside, but we have 13 easy-to-implement ways to fine-tune your finances in 2013.
A lot of people are living paycheck to paycheck. In the case of retirees, a lot are living Social Security check to Social Security check.
A new survey from Capital One shows that taxes can have consequences for savings accounts. Go to Bankrate.com to learn the best way to use your refund.
On Tuesday, I joined Oliver Pursche on the Money Matters Financial Network to talk about a key question on many Americans’ minds these days: What should I do with my tax refund? Here’s a condensed version of our conversation, in both written and spoken form. Greg: There are some important steps you can take to
If you needed $1,000 for an unexpected expense, where would you get the money? The National Foundation for Credit Counseling, or NFCC, asked consumers that question in a poll last month. The poll was conducted informally through the counseling service’s website, yet still, the results were sobering. Thirty-six percent of the 2,667 respondents said they’d
You have limited money left over each month. Should you put that money toward your credit card debt or should you focus on building up your savings? What’s the best financial move for you? Consider one of these strategies. Boost your bottom line. From a purely dollar and cents standpoint, paying down credit card debt