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How to see savings success from the start with a virtual vision board
One of the best ways to stay motivated when saving for a financial goal is to create a vision board. Read on to learn how you can create a vision board that will define your goals and inspire you to reach them.
Tips on giving your wallet a weekend off
We're all guilty of indulging, but you don't have to surrender to Saturday splurges. Instead, try these Chase tips to give your wallet the weekend off and stick to your budget.
Rent in the city or buy in the 'burbs?
Two couples walk us through how they decided between renting a house in the city or buying a house in the suburbs. They weighed the pros and cons of commuting, space, family planning and other long term plans.
6 savings strategies for aspiring homebuyers
No matter your income, you're just a few budget tweaks away from saving for your future home.
7 super-easy ways to take control of your finances
Seven real women explain their biggest money mistakes, and receive advice on how to solve them in the future.
Deciding whether to renovate or move
The Scott Brothers—Drew and Jonathan—discuss home renovation and moving, sharing tips to help you decide which path is the best one for you.
How to master holiday gift giving... on a student budget
This holiday season save money shopping for gifts even as a college student. Make a holiday budget and stick to it, do some research and sign up for newsletters to find the best price. Check out more useful holiday savings tips.
In your 40s? Start planning for your second act!
If you're ready to start catching up or want to boost your retirement savings plan, here are five realistic things you can do to get on track.
Decoding what your real estate agent and seller are saying
Drew and Jonathan Scott help crack the code of misleading and jargon-y home listings. They provide a few of the more mystifying phrases that realtors use and explain what they really mean.