The Acorns app is a great way to build up small savings. It automatically rounds up every purchase you make to the nearest dollar and invests that spare change for you. And, if you download the app this
You’ve got financial potential. Are you living up to it? If you’re like most Forbes readers, you’re doing pretty well: you’re paying your bills, saving in your 401(k) and making some solid investment You
A part-time summer job can teach teens the value of earning a paycheck, but not necessarily how to manage their money wisely. That's a job parents should take on, and the earlier the better, experts say.
Go fund yourself In the years after I graduated college, my primary tool for managing money was prayer. Pray that the $20 in my wallet would cover lunch through the week. Pray my friend waited a few days
It’s unlikely that you’ll be audited — the IRSaudits less than 1% of the tax returns it receives. If an audit notice does show up, though, tax pros say there are a few basic steps you can take to steady
When is the last time that you did a financial life check? Whether you live paycheck to paycheck or earn a sizeable salary, your financial habits may be creating obstacles on your path to building sustainable