5 Weird Ways to Spend Less This Holiday Season

We asked and you responded! We’ll share our listeners’ best tips and hacks for managing money. We’re also going to cover 5 bizarre (but scientifically proven!) ways to spend less when you’re shopping over the Holidays—or whenever.   Do you want more Motley Fool Answers (you do?!) subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher! […]

Money Mistakes of the Rich and Famous

We highlight a multitude of celebrity money sins so that us little people can learn from their mistakes. Death, taxes, and all that other fun stuff.   Do you want more Motley Fool Answers (you do?!) subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher! Transcript ALISON SOUTHWICK: This is Motley Fool Answers. I’m Alison Southwick […]

Where to Find $300,000

We’ll show you how to use the aggregation of marginal gains to create serious money for retirement. Also, our summer reading list and the cost of a Sex Pistols credit card (high fees are punk, right?).   Do you want more Motley Fool Answers (you do?!) subscribe on iTunes or […]

Negotiate Your Bills Like a Pro

Slash your cable bill and other service costs with tips from Motley Fool CFO and master negotiator Ollen Douglass. Plus, answers to your money etiquette question about splitting the restaurant tab, and which company has the worst customer service in America.   Do you want more Motley Fool Answers (you […]

3 Tips To Divorce-Proof Your Finances

First comes love, then comes marriage. And after that you might have to work through some money disagreements as you make your way down the road to happily-ever-after. In this episode of Motley Fool Answers we talk about ways to minimize big-picture and day-to-day financial disagreements, discuss whether “wife bonuses” […]

Money Advice for College Grads

Money tips, job hunting advice, life lessons, and why ages 26 and 32 are markers of true adulthood. Plus we share the major regrets from our youths so that you don’t end up like us. Bonus! Here’s a photo of one of Dayana’s darlings. Photo by Emily Goodstein: Do you […]

Playing Catch-Up: 6 Tips for Late-Starters

We’ll help you figure out if you’re behind on retirement savings and give you six steps to get yourself back on track. Plus we get Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg to dish about will power, forming good habits, and his book, The Power of Habit: Why We […]

Spoiled Rotten: Raising Kids That Aren’t

Advice on allowance, dealing with the “I wants,” tools to help instill values, and how to answer uncomfortable questions like, “Why don’t we have [showy item the neighbors own]?” from New York Times columnist Ron Lieber, author of The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart […]