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Personal Finance

See our top personal finance resources all in one place. Learn about making & saving money, managing debt, and more.

General personal finance

Before you get into specific financial topics, understanding the fundamentals is crucial.


Banking accounts allow you to store your money and transfer funds to other accounts or individuals as you need.


Investing means committing your money with the expectation you’ll earn a benefit, such as a profit. You have many investment options.


Debt is money you owe to another party. It isn’t always negative, but debt can become an issue without a repayment strategy in place.

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