What’s Your Money Personality?

What’s Your Money Personality?

We sure love labeling our personalities, don’t we? Ask someone about their Myers-Briggs type or Enneagram number, for example. Or how about the character they’re most like from The Office, or what kind of vacation they’re most likely to enjoy. We’re curious about our...
5 Tips for Dealing with Financial Envy

5 Tips for Dealing with Financial Envy

Social media is a great tool for networking, discovering new ideas, and staying in touch with people we care about. But it can also be a significant source of stress, one that is damaging to your self-esteem. One of the other things that social media can cause?...
How to Support Family While Keeping Your Own Finances Secure

How to Support Family While Keeping Your Own Finances Secure

For some people, “supporting their family” goes beyond providing for themselves, their partner, and/or their children. Supporting family sometimes means caring for ill or aging family members. It sometimes includes helping other family members who are out of work or...
Voting with Your Dollars

Voting with Your Dollars

Most of us think of voting as what you do once a year, or every four years. It involves a ballot, sometimes waiting in long lines to cast your vote, and your candidate either wins or they don’t. But that’s not the only way you can vote, and you don’t have to wait for...
How To Avoid Financial Conflict

How To Avoid Financial Conflict

Everyday Money Questions is an ongoing series that seeks to answer your financial questions. Submit your questions to [email protected] Question: My husband and I avoid budgeting because every time we sit down to do one, we end up fighting. What can we do to...