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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.
20 Personal Finance Myths You Shouldn’t Buy Into
There’s so much personal finance advice out there that it can be hard to separate the good from the bad.
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.
The future of personal, open banking
The current state of personal banking is all about the consumer and financial institutions are responding by incorporating new personalised and predictive financial technologies that require consumers’ unfettered access to their financial data.
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.
Personal finance, population growth, dollars and percents
This past week I spent some time crunching the latest census data on population growth in South Carolina, and realized those numbers have a strong personal finance connection.
Chipping away at the personal debt problem
At the time of David Oliver’s arrest for unpaid debt in the UAE, he had no idea he was in trouble. In fact, he says he did not even realise his payments had stopped.
Mothers must have a personal financial plan
Mothers have an incredible physiological uniqueness yet to be duplicated by the male species.
The Top 5 Personal Finance Rules For Millennial Entrepreneurs
Millennials have redefined the meaning of work as we break away from the corporate trends of generations past.
Personal Finance: Good credit is hard work that pays off
Some financial counselors will understandably insist that young adults eschew the use of credit.
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.
Personal financial planning is for losers
Personal financial planning is becoming more and more popular nowadays. Almost all major national newspapers have a section on personal financial planning.
8 Personal Finance Mistakes That Are Too Common And Too Expensive
Sometimes you need to lose money to learn about losing money. We bring you some of the worst financial mistakes people make. Here are some sure-fire ways to lose money, and how.
The Most Important Part of Personal Finance
In a world filled with countless personal finance tips and tricks, it can be difficult for the average person to figure out what to do.
Personal Finance; Taxes? Stick with cash over credit
A big tax bill is like hay fever . You don't want it, you try to avoid it — and then April rolls around and it hits you hard. Now you have to figure out how to take care of it.
7 Personal Finance Tips From Warren Buffett
Warren Buffett is generally considered to be the best long-term investor of all time, so it's no wonder many people like to listen closely to Buffett's words of wisdom, in order to apply them to their own lives.
Should College Students Be Required to Take a Course in Personal...
Being knowledgable about money management, budgeting and finance is no guarantee of success in life.
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.
4 Personal Finance Steps to Deal with Upcoming Military Deployment
Deployment can be an extremely stressful and emotional experience for service members and their families. Like many Americans, the veteran and military population are not immune to issues with financial budgeting, debt and unemployment.
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.
Financial Activity Tracking – The Key to Successfully Maintaining Personal Finances
If you want to be your own money manager, then you really need to learn every detail about financial activity tracking.
Always Mix Business with Personal Finances
This time we hear from Chad Hamilton, vice president of practice management at Denver, Colo.-based Mariner Wealth Advisors.
4 Tips to Help You Audit Your Personal Spending
It’s tax season, and many of us dread the thought of what we may end up owing Uncle Sam. I, on the other hand, take it as an opportunity to do my annual financial audit—and save hundreds — if not thousands — of dollars a year.
How Your Personal Credit Score Can Impact Your Business
As a business owner, credit may be a tool that can help your business grow to new heights, but it can also be a difficult concept to master.
7 Personal Finance Apps That Should be on Your Phone
Technology has made it easier than ever to keep a tight rein on your personal finances.
Personal Finance: Use extra cash to cover retiree health costs
With as little as $1,000 — or as much as $100,000 — you can help ensure that you won’t run out of money to pay for health care in retirement.
PERSONAL FINANCE: Live smart, save big!
Do you live smart? Think about the way you spend your money, and consider this: Many of our financial issues arise because of our lifestyles. We live, eat and exist a certain way, and therefore spend a certain way.
4 Personal Finance Trends for the Year
The economy is shifting. Interest rates are rising, the stock market is volatile, and some experts have even forecasted that we’re on the verge of another economic crisis, similar to the one in 2008. With that in mind, how are people dealing with their personal finances in the coming year?
Our Grandparents Learned Personal Finance in School. Why Can’t Our Children?
Ted Beck is president and CEO of the National Endowment for Financial Education, a member of the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans and chairman of the Jump$tart Coalition.
Here are four tips to help you secure a personal loan...
If you tried to secure a personal loan in 2016 and struggled, you weren't alone. We recently ran the numbers on our personal loan comparison platform for 2016, and found that, despite fewer people applying for personal finance throughout the year, the number of applications had actually gone up.
Personal Finance: Tariff on Mexico would be a job killer here
It's hard to believe we are even having this discussion, but the threat of a destructive trade war with Mexico is suddenly a possibility.
Take a Personal Finance Day and Potentially Save Yourself $1,000
The winter months are the perfect time to take a day off of work to dedicate to your personal finances.
Looking to open a new firm? Here are some personal finance...
Stepping up to become an entrepreneur requires putting yourself onto a platform where you can take financial risks on your own to earn profits for your firm.
Some ideas for improving personal finances this year
Looking for ideas to improve your personal finances during 2017? It's not too late to make a New Year's resolution.
Personal Finance: Rediscovering the magic of dividends
The first American stock trades occurred under a Buttonwood tree on Wall Street in 1792. For most of that time, the principal attraction of owning shares has been the periodic cash flow paid out to the shareholders.
How Sound Money Principles Can Bolster Your Personal Finances
Sound money principles can serve to help grow the economy and restrain government. The political class, however, doesn’t particularly want to restrain itself. Washington,...
Personal finances: There's no time like the present to improve your...
Another year has begun and many people will have made resolutions to make 2017 the year to get fit, stop smoking, work harder or take that overseas holiday.