Monthly Archives: February 2016

Psychological Biases That Can Impact How You Invest

You may not even realize these cognitive biases are influencing you. More

Your Must-Read Money Stories of the Week: HR’s Dirty Little (Wage Gap) Secret

HR managers admit to the realities of the gender wage gap, tax season tips for same-sex newlyweds and more in this week’s roundup. More

‘My Fiancé Refused to Talk Finances—So I Called It Quits’

After four years together, Leslie still couldn’t get her boyfriend to reveal his financial status. She shares her lessons learned. More

How to Turn Stacks of Business Cards Into Job Opportunities

They’re not obsolete, you just need to know how to use them. More

Got Married in 2015? 4 Major Ways Your Taxes Will Change

From filing statuses to deductions, we outline how getting hitched affects your 1040—including ways you may be able to save money. More

Your Must-Read Money Stories of the Week: How to Say ‘No’ to Your Coworkers, Nicely

The better way to say “that’s not my job,” how to make sure you get that security deposit back and more in this week’s roundup. More

Infographic: 4 Emotions That Could Negatively Impact Your Portfolio

‘Follow your heart’ can be bad advice for your investments. Use these tips to help fend off feelings that can cloud your judgment. More

Meet the Winner of the January 2016 Call to Action!

We asked: Now that you’ve established your 2016 money resolutions, how are you staying on track with them in the new year? Our winner shares her story. More

Your 5 Step Guide to Surviving a Social Media Mishap

Embarrassing Facebook photo? Terribly timed tweet? These expert moves can help you keep online mistakes from hurting your career. More

America’s Pets By the Numbers: How Much We Spend on Our Animal Friends

Kibble for Fido? Vet visits for Fifi? Here’s how our dollars add up to the $60 billion pet care industry. More