“I was dispersing [my money] on all these student loans. I felt like ‘I’m not going anywhere, and I don’t know how to do this.” Watch how this young couple took control of their lives with FPU and how you can too.
The first year of your baby’s life will be full of demands on your time and on your finances. And while we can’t help you with the shut-eye (bless you), we’re here for you when it comes to money. Check out these 10 money to-dos for soon-to-be or new parents.
Most of us expect the money in our 401(k)s to be our largest source of income when we retire. But many investors don't understand their plans, are confused by their choices and don't even know where their money is invested.
You don’t want your emotions to trick you into thinking a purchase is “urgent” when it’s not. That is a quick way to deplete your savings. So check your impulses at the door when it comes to these 5 types of emotional purchases.
Collectors have one thing in mind when they are on the phone with you—how to get your money. And some don’t have a problem playing dirty. Here are five threats you might hear, and how you should respond to them.
A sloppy budget is a lot like a car that won’t start. It may look nice, but if it doesn’t take you where you need to go, what’s the point? Here are seven signs you need to restart your financial engine.