Each year, many people buy their first home and join the ranks of millions of American homeowners. The home buying process can be intimidating. Here's how to navigate it.
Before investing in a solar-power system, look at the energy efficiency of your home.
Here are some specific steps that all graduating seniors should take. Actually, this is good advice for everyone, no matter when or if you've graduated from college.
Moving into your first rented property can be a challenge. Watch this video to know what to look for before you sign on the dotted line.
Small changes in your shopping and food consumption habits can mean saving big money at the grocery store.
The older adults saw untrustworthy faces more honestly and more approachable than the younger adults did.
Tamara Pitts was sitting pretty. She had bought her first home after graduating college and working the same job for five years. Then she learned that her job as a was in jeopardy. Watch the video.
Many of us are cutting our spending and looking at ways to save money on things we need. MU Extension's GH3600, Money Management: Living on Less offers suggestions for saving money.
Do you plan on saving a little bit from each paycheck but somehow at the end of the month you find there is nothing left over to save?
Leasing can involve lower monthly payments than a loan. At the end of the lease, though, you have no ownership or equity in the car.
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