Are you a Saver, an Empire Builder, or an Innocent? Here's how to figure out which financial archetype you are—and what it means.
Thinking about financial planning annually could be overwhelming. That's why it's beneficial to break it up into distinct pieces. Here's how.
Answering reader questions about annuities and the three-fund portfolio. Also, an interview with Dr. Latifat Akintade of moneyfitmd.com.
There are good uses of leverage, and there are bad uses. Here's how you can use leverage to your best advantage as you invest.
We’d been struggling with our finances over the past few years and thought that we had been budgeting. But actually, we’d just been tracking our expenses after the fact. That’s not how a budget works.
If you're arriving in America to start residency, here's a guide to show exactly what you should do to get on the right financial path.
I'm a pediatrician. I'm married to a urologist. It hasn't always been easy in a dual-physician household, but here's how we've made it work.
Looking for a side gig that takes only a little bit of time and allows you maximum flexibility? Taking surveys for money is one way to do it.