Keeping your money in check can be quite difficult. That's where MoneyWell comes in. This is a video tutorial on getting started with MoneyWell, so watch and learn the basics and see if it's right for you.
One way to keep your budget in line is with MoneyWell. This video tutorial for beginner users teaches you the ins and outs of setting up credit cards accounts, and how to manage them.
In this video the instructor talks about compound and continuous interest formula calculations. You need to understand the concepts of simple and compound interest. Only then you can understand what the bank is doing to your money which are in your bank account. Simple interest is a method where when returning a borrowed sum to some one you pay additional price for using the money all this time. Compound interest is a similar concept where you pay interest on the original sum borrowed, and al...
Looking to get an FHA loan? The Federal Housing Administration, FHA for short, provides mortgage insurance on loans made by FHA-approved lenders throughout the U.S. Here's how to get your FHA-insured loan. Learn how to get one with help from this video.
This video teaches you how to use APT (Arbitrage Pricing Theory) models and formulas. This video shows two specific parts of the APT models the first being the after the fact version and the before the fact version. The before the fact version is focused on as being the most important which is used to calculate expected returns to calculate risk. It is discussed how flexible this model is and how different factors can be moved in and out of the formula and how each different factor is used. T...
This video shows you how to write checks, in case you're really dumb. Two girls set up a fake store in which they demonstrate how to write a check. The girl playing the cashier explains the following steps to the other girl playing the customer.
Here are step-by-step instructions on how to write a check. 1. Date the check, and ensure it is dated for the day you intend the recipient to cash it.
Horrible at saving money? Creating a savings account to put aside and accumulate money is easier with these strategies.
Looking to create a savings account? Once you see how much you can save when you spend only on needs rather than wants, you may never go back to frivolous shopping. In this video, ways to stop spending so much money are gone over.
Looking to cut your monthly expenses down? Brown-bagging is one of the easiest ways to save money, especially if you stock several key items. In this video, ways to pack a lunch for a dollar a day are gone over.
Need money fast but don't want to take out a loan? Asking a friend or family member for money is a sensitive undertaking. If you take the necessary steps, you’ll get what you need and ensure them that their money will be repaid.
Learning to write a check properly is something that everybody needs to learn. In this video, learn how to fill out checks correctly so that the bank and payee can clearly read them.
Just got piad? Turn your check into dollar bills by endorsing it at the bank. Don't know how? Watch this.
Woops! Make a mistake? Whether you’ve made a mistake, like writing the wrong year or wrong amount, or want to set up automatic bill payments or direct deposit, you may need to void a check. In this tutorial, learn how to properly void a check.
Usually those "dry clean only" tags mean one thing: dry cleaning bills. Why sacrifice wearing silk, suede, or other fine fabrics when knowing just a few clothes care tips can save you tons of money on dry cleaning.
Weird gifts from friends and family aren't the only things you can score on your birthday. With a little advance planning, you can get lots of freebies.
If your old clothes are of high quality and in good shape, selling them on consignment is an easy way to make cash quickly.
Not everything at the dollar store is a bargain, or even safe to use. Learn to spot the difference between an item that's cheap, and a cheap item.
It's never too early to put away money for your child's education. Consider these options before choosing a plan. Watch this video to learn how to get started with a college savings plan.
Living within your means can be done. You don't want to be a slave to the credit card company, do you? Learn what to do to stay out of credit card debt. This how to video will give you the tips. Credit card debt is a slippery slope.
It’s never too late to clean up your credit record – and save yourself thousands of dollars in exorbitant interest rates in the process. Learn how to repair your credit with this guide from Howcast.
The key to repairing bad credit is to write a properly formatted letter of dispute to one or all of the credit bureaus and send them out via registered mail. Here's a step-by-step guide to writing a letter of dispute to get rid of those black marks off your credit report for good. Remember, it's your right to file a dispute.
An invisible number controls your financial destiny. So until the revolution, you might as well learn how to raise your credit score.
When it comes to your cell phone, do you feel like you’re paying more and more for less and less? Get the upper hand with these tips. You will need:
Cell phone contracts might seem iron-clad, but loopholes may let you get out of your plan without paying a dime.
Think you know every trick to improving your gas mileage? Here are fuel-saving strategies that aren't common knowledge. Watch this video to learn how to achieve better gas mileage and save money on gas.
They don't call them salad days for nothing; you probably can't afford to eat anything else. But there are ways to trim your food budget—and they're even good for you. Learn how to eat cheaply on a budget.
There's nothing to fear about a trip to the mall—as long as you plan ahead and shop smart. This video demonstrates the best way to budget your money, make the most of your time at the mall, and shop smart, budget conscious. Good instructional video for your upcoming Christmas shopping & holiday sales.
New to eBay? Don't worry, setting up an account and buying and selling doesn't take that much effort at all. Everyone who has an Internet connection has at one point come across eBay, to find the perfect gift for their loved ones, to find the cheapest deals on plasma televisions and computers, or to get rid of their dusty, old record album collection in their web store.
Learn from those crazed coupon clippers who've figured out how to buy $500 worth of groceries for 50 cents. You will need Sunday newspapers, coupon websites, accordion folders to store the coupons in, and the store specific circular fliers. Watch this video budgeting tutorial and learn how to save money on food with coupons.
Don't give us that look. It is possible to make delicious, nutritious meals out of (mostly) dollar-store items, if you know a few tricks. With the bad economy, everyone can afford to save a few dollars here and there, without sacrificing taste. Watch this video cooking and budgeting tutorial and learn how to make delicious dishes out of dollar store food.
Looking for fast cash with no questions asked? There are legitimate ways to get it, if you're willing to pay the consequences. You will need a credit card with unused credit, a tax refund, a car, a small loan company, a signature loan company, or a payday loan. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to get money quickly by finding a loan shark.
American economy is based on credit in the form of credit cards, loans and debt management. Learn about credit and credit cards from a credit counselor in this free personal finance video series.
Expert money hider shows you where to hide money in your car, like: the back seat, glove box, trash, clothing, and cup holders in your car; find more hiding places in this free money hiding video.
Free Tax Help! Learn how to prepare and complete a W-4 for singles, married couples, multiple jobs, and more in this free video on explaining the W-4 tax form.
Are you young, educated and broke? In this video tutorial, Better TV gives financial tips on how to survive a tight time after graduation.
Americans spend up to 40 percent of their food money outside the home. Watch this instructional video to learn how you can extend your budget and save big money while dining out at restaurants from Stephanie Nelson of couponmom.com.