Six Pieces Of Life Advice For Our 20-Year-Old Selves A Decade Later

Have you ever said, “If only I knew then what I know now…?”. Here are six pieces of life advice we wish we could time machine to our 20-something selves.

Security Breach: How the Government is Creating Zombies

Is your money safe? Brittni Brown examines how the government is hurting financial stability.

The Most Powerful Question to Ask Yourself Around Money

Bryan Reeves learned the hard way that living in fear of money scarcity just creates money scarcity. One powerful question changed everything for him.

How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Leo Babauta has a list of actions anyone can take to finally stop living paycheck to paycheck, and start living a financially stable life.

Cancel My Reservation Please … I’m Facing Eviction

A story of how one man finds himself on the brink of losing his home after many self-induced mistakes.

6 Money Lessons for My College-Aged Daughter

Living for the moment is great, until the finances catch up with you and the moment starts to suck because you owe a ton of debt.

Confessions of a Pay Phone User

How many life lessons can one man learn while putting in quarters? You’d be surprised.

The Empire That Doesn’t Strike Back – Athletes and Post-Career Wealth

Michelle Hill explains how athletes can avoid The Cycle of post-playing-career financial ruin, with advice that applies to us all.

You Need This List: 11 Things Happy Couples Never Do

Could happiness really be about good habits?

Giving an Allowance: Are You Raising a Shoplifter or a CEO?

Mike Reynolds considers the hypothetical extremes—the pros, cons, and everything in between—of deciding whether or not to give his five-year-old daughter her first allowance.

While the Rest of the World Supports Families and Children, the U.S. is a Global Embarrassment

America: We are behind the times, and it’s embarrassing. Nick Chiles calls for nation wide action.

7 Challenges of Being Good Men in Committed Relationships

Steven Lake Explores the Influences That Challenge Men to Remain Faithful

Should Couples Share Finances?

Chris Hicke argues for couples to have both a joint account and separate accounts when looking at overall finances. What do you think?

What Exactly Do We Owe Our Kids?

In light of a recent news story about a teenager suing her parents for college tuition, Larry Bernstein wonders what essential items parents should be obligated to provide for their children.

Thumbing for Nickels

Rob Azevedo watched as his father died broke, and sees his neighbor about to do the same. Is this the new norm for all of who face aging today?