Financial Infidelity: When Partners Lie About Money

Bad money ideas
Slate’s personal finance editor, Helaine Olen, just wrote a fine piece on financial infidelity and what happens on relationships when partners aren’t honest about their finances. Financial infidelity is much more common than you might expect… and shows up in relationships more often than...

Acorns Found Money: Make Money Shopping Online

Acorns Found Money
There’s an app called Acorns that is one of the most useful tools on your phone. The app automatically links to your credit cards, and automatically invests small amounts of money for you each month--any time you make a purchase, Acorns rounds it off...

Creative Freelancer Personal Finance: The Podcast

Creative Freelancer Personal Finance Via Tom Ventura, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Paperwork_-_by_Tom_Ventura.jpg
Creative freelancers are designers, writers, musicians, artists, animators, photographers, and similar types. They are either self-employed or run their own business. Many creative freelancers have very particular money and personal finance concerns. And, crucially, they like spending more time being creative than shuffling paperwork. Xero’s awesome...

Skills To Help Achieve Your Financial Goals

Almost Millions: Personal Finance For Freelancers, 1099ers, & The Self-Employed
What is your recipe for financial success? What is your plan for changing your bad spending habits? How can you teach yourself to save more money, reduce your debt, and live a better life? The Simple Dollar says there are seven essential skills: Willpower Patience ...

Freelancer Personal Finance Tips

If you’re a freelancer--whether you’re an architect, a consultant, a musician, a writer, a beautician, you name it--taking charge of your finances will help you succeed at your business immeasurably. Over at 99designs, Tory Van Wey has five personal finance tips every freelancer should know....

John Oliver, Billy Eichner & Kristin Chenoweth Explain Retirement Planning

Sometimes, financial planning tips can come from the most unlikely sources. For instance, John Oliver’s retirement advice--which grew out of a humorous sketch about the (surprisingly interesting) 401(k) retirement industry. The television comedian’s advice is pretty simple: It centers around the fact that there are...