Tag Archives: Money Management
Imagine that you’re a loan officer at the local bank. Two customers, Mr. Rich and Mr. Buck, come in to borrow money. You check Mr. Rich’s history; he has an excellent credit score, 800. Mr. Buck’s score is an embarrassingly low 300. To whom should you lend money? Mr. Buck’s low credit score indicates that […]
Need to track stocks? Calculate your loan repayment? Budget your life? There’s an app for that.
New online financial system is endorsed by President Clinton, used by major cities and affordable for everyone.
New book studies successful people—from billionaires to clothes-washers—discovering what they do differently with their money.
Measuring GDP is just one way to determine if we’re in a recession.
Before you say "I Do" make an investment in your marriage with these five conversations about money.
When facing unemployment create a strategy that will provide a steady cash flow while getting back on your feet.
Saving for the future doesn’t have to be difficult or put a huge strain on your social life. You only need to start with 10% of your income.
It’s the start of a new semester: a perfect time to review a few key points about money.
A new program at Bowling Green State University aims to help students fight the rising costs of higher education.