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Student Loan Debt: The Best And Worst Debt To Have

These days, student loans seem to be one of life’s necessary evils. As one of the top ways students pay for college, loans can be one of the best—or worst—types of debts to take on in your lifetime.

10 Reasons Why You Should Always Negotiate Your Raise

While the thought of a salary negotiation might make you cringe, recent research suggests that overcoming the fear might be incredibly profitable.

Getting Your Child Excited about Investing

One of the best ways to prepare your child for their future financial responsibilities is to start talking to them about money at an early age.

Saving Money Around the House

If your monthly budget needs a little more room to breathe, you might be able to save a few easy dollars by changing the way you live in your own house.

Tax Day Freebies

In case you’re looking for a way to ease your pain on Tax Day, here's a list of freebies that will—almost—make April 15 a day worth celebrating.

Profiting from Your Passion

If you’re looking for a way to generate extra income, look no further than your own house and hands.

Protecting Yourself from Heartbleed

Learn about the latest, massive flap in Internet security—called Heartbleed—and how to protect your personal information from fraud.

Saving More Tomorrow: TED Talk by Shlomo Benartzi

In this TED Talk video, behavioral finance specialist and UCLA professor Shlomo Benartzi shares his thoughts on how everyday people can better prepare to save for their retirement.

Contrary to popular belief, we do pay taxes—a lot of taxes.

What to Watch for When Charging

Using your credit card—responsibly—is generally a healthy habit, but there are some forgotten concerns when it comes to paying with plastic.