Paying Off Student Loans? 3 Myths About Gen Y and Student Debt

By Michael DeFillippi • May 6, 2015 • , , ,
Working on paying off student loans? Here are three tips from a student loan advisor about how to keep that debt under control.

5 Ways to Find Out If You’re Making Enough Money

By Michelle Kruse • September 29, 2014 • , ,
Are you making what you’re worth? Before you accept that raise or job offer, make sure you receive the salary you deserve. Here’s how.

25 Ways to Improve Your Finances This Year

By Team Brazen • January 16, 2014 • , ,
If you’re looking to overhaul your finances in 2014, this collection of smart financial advice is a great first step.

The Most Important Things Young Professionals Should Know About Personal Finance

By Mark F. Toledo • December 9, 2013 • , , , , ,
After you got out of college, you learned how to pay the bills on time and stay out of financial trouble. But how can ensure your financial success?

The 8 Most Useful Financial Apps

By Julie Anderson • February 20, 2013 • , ,
There are so many apps to choose from to manage your finances. We’ve helped you by narrowing down the field.

14 Must-Read Personal Finance Blogs for Young Professionals

By Carrie Smith • January 22, 2013 • ,
Overwhelmed with the number of blogs that are supposed to help you manage your money? We’ve culled the list for you.

Why It Pays to Remain Calm When You’re Under Financial Pressure

By Vangile Makwakwa • December 27, 2012 • , ,
Your bills will not disappear—at least not anytime soon. So here’s how to make good decisions even when you feel totally overwhelmed.

3 Rarely-Used Features That Will Save You Time and Money

By Tim Murphy • November 8, 2012 • , , ,
Most young professionals only use’s most basic features, but here are a few money-saving ones you don’t want to miss.

The Top 5 Myths about Building Credit

By Mike Dolen • June 11, 2012 • ,
Think building credit isn’t that important? Think again.

4 Smart Tax Moves Millennials Should Make Now

By Bob Barry • May 2, 2012 • ,
Tax planning can be counter-intuitive. Sometimes the way to have more money in the bank in the long haul is to pay more now, rather than later.