Monthly Archives: December 2014

New Year, New Home: Why 2015 Is Poised to Attract First-Time Buyers

Thanks to these favorable housing trends, newbies are poised to snap up plenty of real estate next year—especially Millennials. More

3 Sneaky Car Rental Budget Busters

Vacation-bound this winter? Consider these reasons why renting may not be worth it. More

4 People Reveal: The Aha! Moment That Inspired Me to Take Charge of My Money

Sometimes an unexpected lightbulb moment can be just what you need to chart a new financial course—just ask these four folks. More

Got Cash … to Get Your Credit Score?

Experian just unveiled a monthly credit-monitoring service that will show people their FICO score—for a fee. But is it worth it? More

31 Everyday Items That Work Wonders as Cleaning Products

Save some green as you clean. These ubiquitous items—like coffee grounds and even floss—also moonlight as low-cost super cleaners. More

House Hunter Report: 5 Trends That Will Change How You Buy a Home in 2015

Got your sights set on some prime property? Before you put in a bid, see how these real estate trends could affect your offer. More

3 Tips for Sticking to Your Financial Resolutions in 2015

Financial pros share how you can nail those money goals next year. More

How to Be More Mindful With Your Money

Financial pros explain how our thoughts and emotions can influence our money decisions — and how to handle them. More

Get Confident in 2015 (Your Chance to Win a Year in the LearnVest Program!)

At LearnVest, whatever your resolutions may be, we’re rooting for you. And this year, we want to give you a little extra incentive. More

5 Money Leaks That Could Drain Your Budget—and How to Plug Them

You may not think twice about $5 here or $10 there, but habitual small costs add up—like these $ leaks often disguised as deals. More