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How to save for an emergency

Fidelity suggests setting aside at least 3 to 6 months' worth of living expenses. Learn how to build an emergency savings fund or account here.

Dollars and sense: busting age-old taboos

Money can be a sensitive subject. The following article discusses ways to help women with financial planning and money management.

5 money rules every millennial should live by

Making smart money decisions while enjoying your 20s is a tough balance. Follow these money management tips to help setup your financial future.

New on the job? How I met my work bestie, Janice, and learned 3 financial lessons

Congratulations on your new job! Here's some guidance on the process of learning and practicing smart financial decisions.

Why an emergency fund should be a top financial priority

Emergency savings funds are a top financial priority for any personal finance strategy. Learn how to financially plan to start generating and growing an emergency fund.

6 easy-to-forget expenses to include in your budget

Are you building a budget? This article outlines some expenses that are easily forgettable in your budget that you will want to include in your financial planning strategy.

5 steps to take before shopping for your first home

Are you shopping for a new home? This article outlines 5 steps to take before you start shopping for a new home to help you throughout the home buying process.

6 easy-to-forget expenses to include in your budget

Are you building a budget? This article outlines some expenses that are easily forgettable in your budget that you will want to include in your financial planning strategy.
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