Americans pay more than $1,300 on average on their energy bills every year. Here are more than 13 tips to help close the door on high electric bills and increase home efficiency for year-round savings.
We all would love to save more and have a larger bank account, but actually doing it is the hard part. It's not easy saving money when money is tight as it is. But here are eight ways that you can save money this year and have a larger bank account by 2019.
Living with bad credit is certainly tough because it makes almost everything more difficult and expensive. The best thing you can do is focus on rebuilding your credit by repairing your credit history first. Here is how.
Perhaps the most difficult thing about saving money is making the first move and beginning your money-saving plan. The key is to develop the right habits that will allow you to pursue a doable goal.
For those planning their retirement, two main options come to the forefront, Roth IRA and 401(k); both are definitely worth considering. So let's delve a bit deeper into this matter to help untangle the knot.
Saving for retirement is, without a doubt, one of the wisest financial strategies you could follow. Here are some handy tips to help increase your retirement savings and put more money in your account.
One of the most challenging things when you are out in the real world for the very first time is managing your money. So here are some of the key steps/actions you can take to help you be wise with your money.
Would you like to start investing but only have a small amount of money to work with? Not a problem. Here we offer several often overlooked investment opportunities for those who would like to start investing on a small budget.
With living standards escalating, saving for a rainy day is necessary. But how and where do you start? Before you get lost in the maze or hit rock bottom financially, we share some expert financial advice to help you get started on the right track.
When the recession hit in 2008, Nevada got hit harder than most states. But Nevada's job market continues to rise. Here is a list of 20 of the fastest-growing jobs in the state, some requiring no more than a high-school diploma or equivalent.