Debt got you down? Overextended borrowers that don’t see a light at the end of the tunnel may be relieved to know that they can negotiate to pay a fraction of what they owe to creditors. It’s called debt settlement. But the process comes with caveats. What you need to know first and how to negotiate debt payments in my latest Mint blog post.
Sunday was National Splurge Day. For me, that means opting for Lyft as opposed to the subway but for others that means splurging for a vacation home, sports car or even a boat. In my latest Mint blog post I break down what you need to know first before springing for one of these luxury items.
It’s counterintuitive the way some might think to raise their kids. After all, it’s not exactly America’s cultural norm to speak openly about money, which is considered more of a taboo topic amongst friends and family than religion or politics. On the Mint blog I share some counterintuitive advice on raising money savvy kids.
In today’s day and age who’s actually paying for the wedding? In my latest post for the Mint blog I share more on this tradition and how couples are covering the cost with and without the help of family.
You’re a goody-two-shoes saver. Your partner’s a wild spender. You’re obsessed with investing. He doesn’t know the difference between ROTH and traditional IRAs. If you’re dating your financial opposite, I share some tips on how to find common ground.
In my latest post on the Mint blog, I share some of the key financial lessons I learned in my early 20s. Plus, financial advice money and parenting experts say is CRITICAL to give a young person as they enter the Real World.
Where is the best place to stash cash so you get the most bang for your buck? My thoughts on when to open a savings account, a CD or money market account in my latest for Mint.
Laid off and not sure what the next move should be? My advice for Karen and how it can help you out, too.
With Mother’s Day around the corner, moms everywhere can rejoice in knowing that they tend to leave a positive impact on their children’s financial lives.
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