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'The One-Month Plan to Master your Money' is a free ebook to help get your finances ready for 2021


4 things I've done this year to take control of my money and get on the path to building wealth


3 expert-recommended steps for creating a budget that makes life easier, not harder



A woman who married into 6-figure debt shares the strategies she and her husband have used to pay off $50,000 so far


3 ways to ground yourself in the middle of a financial setback


A good credit history is the gatekeeper to financial opportunity. Here are 3 expert-recommended ways to protect yours.



4 things you can do today to feel better about your money, according to an expert


3 strategies to gain control of your money today, no matter how stressed you are


A financial planner uses a 2-step exercise to help clients find the 'freedom' in getting a raise


Saving money might be hard, but it can kick off a lifetime of financial security and even long-term happiness


Money can't buy happiness, but how we adjust 3 financial 'levers' can drastically affect how we feel


3 strategies to save money and build wealth, even if you feel like you don't earn enough



4 qualities of people who are good with money that anyone can adopt, according to personal-finance professionals


A financial planner shares 3 ways first-generation Americans can build wealth for the future while supporting families who need them now


I'm a financial advisor who started investing during the dot-com bubble. Here's my best advice for millennial investors during COVID-19.


I've been a financial advisor for 15 years, and it's clear to me why common rules of thumb aren't effective for most investors



2 things everyone should have before they start investing: a budget and a savings account


Master your Money Live Digital Bootcamp: Personal finance professionals share advice on how to take control of your money


As a financial planner, I see too many investors fail to understand the difference between 2 types of risk


I've been a financial planner for over 20 years and I still see investors make the same mistake when things aren't going well