Financial Cents: Posts About Financial Advice

So You Got Hit With an Overdraft Fee … Now What?

Overdraft protection is like a net; it's there to catch you when you fall. But once you've been hit with an overdraft fee, here's what you can do to pick yourself up again.

Posted on: February 21, 2019


12 Tips for Talking About Money With Your Spouse or Partner

Talking about money with your spouse or partner isn't easy, but these helpful bits of expert advice should help make the conversation a healthy and productive one.

Posted on: February 13, 2019


Should Income Matter When Choosing a Partner?

Factoring in a potential partner's income might feel shallow, but it's one of many financial factors you should be taking into consideration—even if it's not the most important one.

Posted on: February 08, 2019


How to Navigate the Financial Side of Dating

Money's difficult enough to deal with on your own. Add dating to the mix and you've got a whole host of potential headaches on the horizon.

Posted on: February 06, 2019


Should You and Your Spouse Keep Your Finances Separate?

There's no one-size-fits-all approach to managing money in a marriage, but there are some best practices you can follow no matter what.

Posted on: February 04, 2019


8 Tips To Help You Stick To Your Budget

Creating a budget is one thing, but actually sticking to that budget is another thing entirely. Here's what you need to do!

Posted on: January 31, 2019


5 Great Tips to Save Money on Your Wifi Bill

Home wifi is pretty much necessary these days, but that doesn't mean you have to pay through the nose in order to enjoy it!

Posted on: January 30, 2019


How to Budget When You Have Irregular Income

Budgeting is difficult enough when you have the same income every month, but folks with irregular or seasonal income might as well be budgeting on hard mode.

Posted on: January 24, 2019


Need to Pay for Auto Repairs But You’re Short on Extra Cash? Consider All Your Options

If you have bad credit and meager savings, you might think that a predatory no credit check loan is the only way you'll get back on the road. It's not.

Posted on: January 18, 2019


Financial Tips to Help You Through the Government Shutdown

If you're a government worker who's been furloughed and is currently living no-paycheck-to-no-paycheck, tapping your savings is a better option than racking up high-interest debt.

Posted on: January 15, 2019