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According to a study by Utah State University, couples who argue over finances have a 30 percent higher chance of divorce. Financial conflicts are frequently cited as one of the main reasons that couples break up. Creating and sticking to a budget or maintaining a...

Once you’ve taken your driver’s test and tucked your license into your wallet, the possibilities for travel seem endless… except when Mom’s using her car and none of your friends have a ride. A new car seems like an ideal graduation present, even if you’ve...

College students are most concerned about how student loans will impact their future, and rightfully so: this enormous burden can weigh you down for years to come. In 2016, students graduated with $37,000 of debt. To help minimize the loans you must take out, research...

According to the 2017 Household Financial Planning Survey, only 35% of people have an emergency savings plan. Surprisingly, 69% of family financial decision makers have never created a comprehensive financial plan. Everyone can benefit from a financial plan, regardless of age or income level. A...

Although three out of four Americans report owning at least one credit card, this trend may be declining. Millennials are increasingly choosing cash over a card and many older Americans are following suit as the rate of credit card debt skyrockets. Better count those Benjamins:...

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