Ivana Pino, Fortune

Ivana Pino


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Recent articles by Ivana:

What to know about stocks, how they work—and how to invest

Why people invest in stocks, and how you can get started. → Read More

How much house can you afford? We’ll help you do the math

Your debt, monthly expenses, and credit score all have something to do with it. → Read More

Americans carry 4 credit cards on average. Here’s how many you should have, according the the experts

Credit cards can boost your score, as long as you're careful. → Read More

5 ways to afford your holiday gift shopping and parties—even with inflation on the rise

Holiday gifts and parties are getting more expensive with inflation this year. Here are expert tips on how to afford your shopping. → Read More

Everything you need to know about transferring your money from one bank to another

Here’s how to get your money from point A to point B. → Read More

A beginner’s guide to credit cards

Credit cards are a valuable financial tool—if managed responsibly. We’ll walk you through how they work, choosing the right card for you, and how to get one. → Read More

3 ways your credit card can help you save at the grocery store

Did you know your credit card can help you save money on groceries? Follow these 3 easy tips. → Read More

Investors use a simple strategy called dollar-cost averaging to make smart decisions. Here’s how you can, too

Dollar-cost averaging can help you be a smarter investor. Here's what it means, and how to use it to your advantage. → Read More

Self-calming is 'crucial' if you want to make good money choices, says financial planner — here's why

Mindfulness practices can reduce stress and help you make better financial decisions. Experts recommend meditating, taking walks, and other self-calming strategies. → Read More

5 money moves that can net you an extra $500 per month

While you're home during the coronavirus outbreak, take this time to learn a new skill, or comb through your budget and see where you can trim your expenses. → Read More

Student loans during coronavirus: Should you take forbearance and other questions about payments

What student loan borrowers should know about managing loans given the recent changes from the federal government in response to the coronavirus, according to a student debt expert. → Read More

5 ways gig workers can prepare for a change in income

Gig workers: Here's how to manage your finances through the coronavirus pandemic, including strategies to help you spend less, save more, and earn more. → Read More

4 free ways to reduce stress and take care of yourself while at home

Most Americans say self-care is very important to them. Here are four ways to reduce anxiety at home in times of stress or uncertainty. → Read More

3 things behavioral experts say you can do right now to keep calm about the market

Here's how to deal with the uncertainty, assess your tolerance for risk, and mentally prepare for the next market downturn, according to a behavioral economist and a psychologist. → Read More

How to stay calm when markets make you uneasy, according to a financial behaviorist

Fluctuations in the market are quite common. Here's how a financial behaviorist and MBA suggests you calm your nerves about the market and keep from making rash decisions. → Read More

How your filing status could actually save you money this tax season

Filing singly or jointly can affect your tax refund. Here's what you should know before you declare your filing status, from your tax bracket to the kinds of credits and deductions you're eligible for. → Read More

One under-the-radar move can cut your tax bill and boost your retirement savings

It's not too late to bring down your tax bill from 2019. Making a prior-year IRA contribution, paired with a tax credit for low-income workers saving for retirement, can help you save twice. → Read More

Mastering these 2 soft skills could help you get promoted — here's how

Proper email and phone etiquette and other soft skills can make a difference when applying for a new job or promotion. Here are best practices, according to a career expert. → Read More

You should always keep a $100 bill in your wallet, a psychologist says. Here's why experts agree

We tend to think twice before breaking $50 or $100 notes because of a concept known as "mental accounting." Here's how carrying bigger bills can help you curb spending. → Read More

5 TikTok accounts that can help you improve your financial literacy

Personal finance experts on TikTok are sharing valuable information about financial literacy. To learn more about everything from budgeting to student debt, here are five accounts to follow. → Read More