Your debt-to-income ratio, or DTI, matters when you're looking for a loan or wanting a credit card. My DTI was high, but I've worked hard to reduce it.
The willingness to take risks can pay off in your finances and in your career, but it can be hard to take that step.
While a higher income can certainly help you get your feet back under you, ultimately it doesn’t matter how high your income is if you don’t manage your money appropriately and live within your means
Before you get married, and especially if you decide to merge your finances, here are 4 financial things to talk about:
Getting out of debt isn’t easy. Today I have rounded up some tips from personal finance writers to help you gain more insight and get going in the right direction in an effort to get out of debt.
We often hear the benefits of making an extra payment on your mortgage, but get the truth about how worthwhile it actually is. You may be surprised.
Take control of your finances with simple financial tips for millennials at Young Finances. Here are 4 tips to maximize your dollar.
The more you save, the earlier you can retire. Save 50% of your income and retire in 16 years. Join the Save Half Movement!
Dating doesn't always have to cost you an arm and a leg. Find out how to date on a budget with these cheap date options.
Are you looking for ways to save more money? Today on Young Finances TV, I give you four easy ways to save more money today.