The Difference Between Debit and Credit — and Why Debit Is the Safer Option

What’s the difference between debit and credit? We break it down, and explain why using debit is probably better for most people.

“Money Buckets”: The 5 Choices You Have With Every Dollar You Earn

Every dollar you earn ends up in one of five places, which makes managing your money fairly easy with a “five buckets” system.

Money Earned vs. Money Created

What is the difference between earning and creating money? We get into it.

Don’t Beat Yourself Up! It’s Okay to Spend on the Things You Love

You don’t want to blow your budget, but you shouldn’t feel guilty about indulging a bit when it comes to spending money.

Appetite For (Budget) Destruction: The High Costs of Eating Out

Eating out can blast a big hole in your budget. And you’re probably doing it more often, and spending more, than you thought.

How to create effective, simple, and lasting habits

What comprises a good habit? We’ll look at what makes up a habit, and how to create good ones that last.

5 Questions to Ask About Your First Credit Card

What new credit card users should know before using their credit cards.

What You Need to Know About Opportunity Costs

Every decision has a cost, and in economics, that’s what’s called an “opportunity cost.”

4 Misconceptions Gen Z Has About Millionaires

Think you know about millionaires? Here are a few things to know that may shake up what you thought you knew.

What are Economic Sanctions? How They’re Used, and Why

Economic sanctions are a type of punitive action taken against countries, organizations, or individuals to try and get them to change their behavior.