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Reassess your finances in October, before it's too late

I don’t know when you get introspective about the quality of your finances in a given year, or whether you do it all.

Over 50% of Winnipeggers are stressed about personal finances

The Winnipeg Foundation released a report Thursday offering a glimpse into the lives of Winnipeggers.

Student resources for tackling personal finances

With national student loan debt climbing to over $1.3 trillion, students may struggle to manage their personal finances, but resources through the University aim to help students take control of their assets.

Family finances: When to break the personal finance rules

Financial rules of thumb can be useful in taking the guesswork out of money issues. But there are times when the rule may not apply to you.

Why you should check your finances before getting married in later...

Love can strike at any age but finances get more complex when marrying a second or third time, especially if there are children.

Americans Think Luck Has More to Do With Their Finances Than...

Americans would rather search for four-leaf clovers in their backyards than look to Washington lawmakers to fix their financial problems.

The summer is over. Time to sort out your personal finances

With the summer drawing to a close it is a good time to give your finances a back to school-style makeover. Here are ten top tips to get you started.

hy It's Crucial to Keep Your Business and Personal Finances Completely...

One of the many advantages of owning your own business is the freedom to manage processes on your own terms. For small business owners, this can mean combining personal and business finances.

PCC students get valuable information on personal finances

Hundreds of students at Pitt Community College got a crash course Wednesday on loans, budgets and finances.

Make it easier to manage personal finances

The key to any Smart Nation project is information. However, Singaporeans have long suffered from banks' refusal to provide information to their customers in a convenient format.

3 Steps to Better Cash Flow and Healthier Finances

One of the biggest challenges for very small businesses is cash flow. When you're a freelancer or solo professional, you can't always control when clients pay you, especially if you are serving very large organizations.

Tax Tips To Help You Ace Your Finances This Year

The countdown is on to Costco trips for bulk KD, building Ikea desks, and parents' SUVs packed to the brim. Back-to-school is around the corner, and university students across the country will be saying bye to mom and dad and hello to independence.

How To Separate Personal And Business Finances

We all know it’s a good idea to keep our private and professional lives separate - yet many business owners fail to apply the same rules to their finances.

Get your personal finances in order before you start a business

Getting a business off the ground isn't just about finding start-up money. Behind the scenes you've got to be able to live and ensure your personal finances don't go backwards.

4 Practical Tips for Managing Business Finances

When starting a business, your mind will mostly be filled with ideas for your product and service, how you’ll meet a big need for your customers/clients, and how you’ll make a ton of money as your business grows.

Confidence in personal finances hits a four-year high

Political attacks on President Trump and his administration continue, amplified by media coverage that is often melodramatic, negative and manipulative long on speculation and short on facts.

Ways to tame your finances

Four years ago, in a blog conversation with finance writer Helaine Olen, I joked that the best financial advice for most people is available for free in the library and would fit on an index card.

How fit are our personal finances?

Figures released in the past month by the Bank of England show that total outstanding consumer credit hit £198.4bn – the highest level since December 2008 and the depths of the financial crisis.

The Exasperating Difficulty of Trying to Understand Trump’s Finances

On December 6th, then-President-elect Donald Trump was angry at the airplane manufacturer Boeing.

Smart Financial Planning During Summer Season So Personal Finances Don't End...

Summertime means warm weather, long nights, and road trips, but even when the family goes on vacation together it doesn't mean that the family's finances need to do the same.

5 Handy business Apps That will Help You to Manage Your...

You want to start a business. But you don’t want all the headache that comes along with managing finance of a business.

Learn how to manage your personal finances with these top tips

Money savvy Scots are far less likely to get into serious debt so finance experts now claim we should be educating children about cash as soon as they start school.

How Apple’s Siri will soon help you make payments and track...

At WWDC this week, we learned about ways Apple plans to make Siri smarter, many of which have to do with your money.

Database of Trump administration officials' personal finances grows

The Center for Public Integrity today added more than 100 new Trump administration officials’ financial disclosures to a searchable, sortable database first launched in April.

Millennials are stressing about their finances

When it comes to personal finances, there’s a yawning gap between the Millennial and Baby Boomer generations, with younger Americans more confident that their senior years will be golden, but feeling a lot more stressed in the here and now.

Take Control of Your Personal Finances with New Express Bill Pay

We all work hard for our money, which in turn is divided up to pay our bills. That's how it works. But with the added stress of managing daily life, managing bill payment can often be overwhelming and sometimes get overlooked.

Games to play with your kids to teach them about finances

Last month's column addressed how important it is for parents to have conversations with their children about personal finance.

10 Ways To Get Your Finances Back On Track

On the road to fiscal responsibility, we all suffer our occasional missteps. Whether you've fallen along the wayside due to poor luck or bad judgment, you shouldn't consider yourself out just because you're down.

Do Your Finances Need a Pick-Me Up?

April is Financial Literacy Month, so that got me to thinking about three ways you can up your financial literacy and know-how.

15 tips to manage your finances, debt

A dozen women gathered at Jacksonville City Hall Saturday morning with a similar goal in mind: to learn how to manage their finances.

9 steps to spring clean your finances

This tax season, whether you're about to cash a hefty check or you are gearing up to pay back Uncle Sam, all of the number crunching,

2017 federal budget: How it affects your personal finances

Both Rob Carrick in The Globe and Mail and Andrea Gunn in The Chronicle Herald delivered insightful commentary about the recent federal budget.

State Officials Disclosing Fewer Facts Than Ever About Their Personal Finances

Each year, Oklahoma legislators and statewide elected officials must report details about their personal finances to alert the public to potential conflicts of interest.

7 things people think are terrible for their finances that actually...

I remember being terrified when I got my first credit card at 20 years old. And I was reluctant to get a second one a few years later.

How to fight back against age bias on finances

New research shows that one in five people over 50 have been refused finance and insurance purely because of their age.

Victim of ‘Divorce Season’? Protect Your Finances

Like rainy weather and the NCAA championships, divorce is seasonal. That’s according to University of Washington researchers who reviewed 14 years of the state’s divorce filings and found consistent peaks in March and August.

7 Tips to Spring Clean Your Personal Finances

Spring’s arrival prompts many folks to embark on ambitious spring cleaning projects like purging closets and pantries.

Trump's labor pick releases finances

Alexander Acosta, President Trump’s pick to lead the Labor Department, has a minimum net worth of about $400,000 and considerably fewer business entanglements than Trump’s previous nominee for the post.

Artificial intelligence is quickly rolling into your personal finances

Artificial intelligence has rapidly become an integral part of wealth management, so that computers and algorithms analyze massive amounts of financial data to spit out stock recommendations and other types of advice.

3 ways your personal finances could affect your job

Bad credit can affect you getting a job – can your bad credit and personal finances affect your job search? The answer may surprise you when applying for a job.