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Simple Relaunches Mobile Banking Apps With New Design
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5 More Brilliant Ways to Handle Finances Freshman Year That Will Help You Beat Future Debt
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How to Avoid Getting Suckered Into a Gold Scam
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Convert Costly Self-Storage Rentals Into Your Next Big CD or Down Payment
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Bleak News of Declining Homeownership Means You'll Happily Rent Forever
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Stanford Finance Professors Want Big Banks to Rely on Their Own Money to Prevent Another Crisis
Stanford Finance Professors Want Big Banks to Rely on Their Own Money to Prevent Another Crisis
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Smart College Survival Apps That Will Ease You Into Real World Financial Responsibility

Smart College Survival Apps That Will Ease You Into Real World Financial Responsibility
Life as a college student is often about juggling. Juggling your homework with actual work to earn a paycheck. Juggling recreational time with the hours you spend participating in clubs and organizations. Juggling relationships, activities, and the minutiae of life as a college student. And then, th... Read More

How to Solve Huge Income Differences In Relationships So You Can Live Happily Ever After

How to Solve Huge Income Differences In Relationships So You Can Live Happily Ever After
We came across this intriguing question about income differences in relationships on Reddit: "I make a six-figure income, my boyfriend is a graduate student who barely makes $20,000 a year. Does anyone have some advice on making our finances work with these very disparate incomes?" The background o... Read More

Why Student Credit Cards Offer Life-Long Value

Why Student Credit Cards Offer Life-Long Value
The price of college tuition -- along with the cost of student life in college communities -- continue their relentless climb upward. Average tuition and fees for the 2013–2014 school year was $30,094 at private colleges, $8,893 for state residents at public colleges, and $22,203 for out-of-state re... Read More