Do you want to maintain the same standard of living throughout your lifetime -- including retirement? MaxiFi Planner can help you do just that. Read our in-depth review to find out how.
Are you puzzled about when to claim Social Security for maximum benefits? Maximize My Social Security want to remove the guessing game. Here's our in-depth review of this product.
Do you want to see how your investments stack up against those of your peers or even your favorite financial bloggers? KINFO is a unique app that lets you do just that. Find out more from our in-depth review.
Many of the alternatives have developed features that make Mint.com seem like a toy. We run down the list of eight other options.
Quicken is the grandaddy of personal finance software. But some people just don't like it. If you're one of them, here are some other options you should explore.
Quicken for Windows is the gold standard among personal finance software, but the Mac version just doesn't cut the mustard. For those of us on team Apple, there's Banktivity. Here's our review.
Do you want to track your budget using a spreadsheet, but hate filling out all the information by hand? Tiller Money may be the solution you need. Here's our in-depth review of this personal finance app.
Want to get started with budgeting and investing app Personal Capital? Here's our quick-start guide to get you on your way.
A lot happened during 2017. But what were the top trends for personal finance? We took a look at what happened.
Do you know your current credit score? There are many sites that promise to help you check and monitor your score, but which is the best? Here, we take a look at the eight top sites.
Manually paying your bills every month can be a hassle. So we've scouted out the four top apps that can manage and pay your bills for you. Read more here.
When it comes to personal finance software, is free always the best way to go? Here, we weigh the options.
Sick of "bleeding money" every month? Here's how to go over your budget and find those pesky spending leaks.
The key to successfully investing is to have a solid financial plan. But how do you create one? Here are four steps to get you started.
Take a close look at your budget. We bet you can find more money for retirement or even a beach vacation there!
Are you ready to make this your year when it comes to personal finance? Here's our list of the 10 things you should be doing to set your money picture straight.
Want to know how your personal finance picture stacks up? Status Money aims to help you compare your information with that of your peers and make better decisions about your money. Is it any good? Read our in-depth review.
There's a plethora of personal finance apps online. Which one is right for you? We've reviewed all of the major ones and have ranked them so you can find out.
I'm not a big fan of strict budgeting. Here's why and what you should be doing to grow your wealth instead.
As simple as it is to set new financial goals, however, achieving those goals isn't always easy. Here are some ideas for getting on the right path.
You may have changed your password from "Password," but there are still steps you can take today to make sure your financial information stays secure. Here's what you need to do before and after you've fallen victim to information theft.
EveryDollar is no-frills budgeting software. Created by Dave Ramsey, its goal is to put "every dollar" to work. But how does it stack up? Read our review to find out.
Personal finance software PocketSmith uses a Google calendar-like design to give you a glimpse of your financial future, along with managing all your current accounts. But is it worth the price?
For my needs, Quicken no longer fits the bill, so I've switched to using Personal Capital. Here's why and my thoughts on both services.
WeVest want to help you get your financials under control without having to pay pricey traditional money managers. But is the service any good? Here's our review.
Don't delete that HR email! Here's why your open enrollment period could have a big impact on your overall financial picture.
Having an emergency savings fund may seem unnecessary and even counterproductive today. But we've got some reasons why it's crucial that you still have one.
Is it time to dig yourself out of debt? Here's how to do it without driving yourself crazy in the process.
If you feel like your money has gotten out of control, it's time to take charge. Here's how you can divide up your paycheck to stretch your dollars further.
Are you intimidated by the idea of creating a budget? Here are some of our best tricks and tips to get you going.
Nobody wants to live paycheck to paycheck, but all too many of us are stuck in this cycle. Here's how to break free now and live better and richer.
We recently caught up with a self-described badass. Here's what she had to say about making money.
Most of us have a mountain of bills to pay every month. Here's how automatic bill pay systems can be a lifesaver.
Let's face it: Divorce is hard on everyone. But here's a checklist of what you'll need to soften the financial toll.
A lot of experts tout zero-based budgeting as the solution for everyone. But I disagree. Here's how this system works... and why it just didn't work for me.
I don't have a pension and can't even 100% count on Social Security. So how much should I save to make sure I can retire?
I was saddled with more than $25,000 in debt and had only a low-paying job. Here's how I broke free with a budgeting method better than the popular 50/30/20.
Quicken and Mint are two of the most popular personal finance applications out there. But which one is better? Find out from our detailed comparison.
Nobody balances their checkbooks the way Mom used to do, right? Here's why you may want to think again about keeping tabs over your finances.
Personal Capital and Mint are among the most popular personal finance apps. But which one is better for you? We break it down in this detailed comparison.
Mint.com can help you create budgets, set goals and track expenses. But how the heck do you get started using this personal finance software? Here's our guide to making the most of Mint from day one.
Mint and YNAB are personal finance applications that want to make budgeting easy for you. But which is better? We've broken it all down in our detailed comparison.
YNAB (You Need A Budget) helps manage your finances and gain control of your money. It's now web-based and with bank synchronization. Here's our review.
Quicken for Windows remains the gold standard for personal finance software. However, it's not your best choice if you want a mobile app.
Free personal finance software that syncs your accounts in one location. Personal Capital can track your spending, net worth and investments. Find out more in our review.
Although 2018's Quicken for Mac has made improvements over older versions, many users will still find it lacking. Here's our review.
If you want to manage your finances on the go, CountAbout might be a good solution for you. Find out why with our in-depth review.
Moneyspire aims to be an alternative to Quicken. But without Android support and with a cumbersome setup process, does it stand a chance? Here's our review.
Personal Capital's new Retirement Planner feature is available for free. This finally puts the service in a different league than Mint.com.
For over several years I have taken mint.com for a test spin with my personal finances. Is Mint usable, or are there viable other options?
With budgeting and bill management functions, Moneydance may be a good option if you're looking for an alternative to Quicken for Mac. Read our review to find out.
Although Yodlee MoneyCenter was a pioneer in online personal finance, this old-timer is beginning to show its age. Read our review to find out more.