Thinking that someone you love may not be telling you the truth about their finances can cause extreme anxiety. But there are ways to identify financial infidelity early and work through it to save your relationship and protect yourself.
While working from home does come with its perks, mental health experts have found that it can take a serious toll on your mental health. But there are plenty of things you can do to keep your mental health in good shape.
People have the best intentions when shopping for the holidays, but sometimes it’s best to not give than to give Christmas presents that could end up trashed or considered insulting. Don’t gift these if you want to err on the side of caution.
People love to help their loved ones when they can, especially their friends and family. While this can work out for both parties, it can put strain on your relationship and has the potential to cause more harm than good.
Shopping can transition into an addiction if you start using aimless purchases to fill an emotional or social void. If you think you or someone you love might have a shopping addiction, here’s how you can identify and manage it.
One-fifth of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. But surprisingly, middle-income earners — low six-figures — are no exception (18% to be exact). One such woman shares how lifestyle inflation impacted her and what she did to overcome it.
In the past, it was virtually unheard of for married couples to keep their finances separate. Today, more and more are choosing that route. Here are 5 major benefits of keeping separate bank accounts as a married couple.
For the past seven years, my daughter has been a competitive cheerleader. But even though all star cheer takes up a significant part of my monthly budget, when I sit down and think about it, it’s worth it.
You have to pick and choose how you spend your money. And sometimes your child’s education is on the chopping block. So should you pay for your child’s college? Here’s what to consider before deciding.
The Enneagram profiler helps you discover why you do what you do and how to make better choices. This makes it a useful tool in discovering why we spend money the way we do and how to improve our financial habits.