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How to Maximize on Credit Card Benefits for Travel This Thanksgiving
Today, Nov 24

How to Maximize on Credit Card Benefits for Travel This Thanksgiving

Every year, families travel across the country to come together and celebrate Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, it also means a lot of people traveling at the same time, which makes it an expensive occasion. One way to get through Thanksgiving without ruining your budget is by using the right credit card. There are a number of great

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5 Money Rules for Millennials Who Live Together
Yesterday, Nov 23

5 Money Rules for Millennials Who Live Together

Millennials are proving themselves to be game-changers from a financial perspective and they’re also making waves when it comes to their attitudes about marriage. Research shows that young adults are waiting longer than any other generation to get hitched, with many preferring to live together instead. In light of how 20- and 30-somethings are struggling in

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5 Inexpensive Ways to Create the Ultimate Thanksgiving Dinner on a Tight Budget
Nov 22

5 Inexpensive Ways to Create the Ultimate Thanksgiving Dinner on a Tight Budget

It’s that time again — Thanksgiving, and the expectation of a massive, delectable feast with all of the trimmings — turkey, ham, casseroles, savory vegetable dishes, pie and more — are all expected by many. However, if you’re hosting Thanksgiving turkey day on a tight budget and want to spend less and keep costs down,

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5 Ways to Automate Finances Before a Holiday Vacation
Nov 21

5 Ways to Automate Finances Before a Holiday Vacation

If you’re headed out of town for Thanksgiving or looking forward to a December getaway, putting your money on cruise control means one less thing to worry about during your trip. With just a little planning and a few useful smartphone apps, you can ensure that you don’t end up coming home to a stack of unpaid bills.

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The Best Year-End Financial Advice for Millennials

The Best Year-End Financial Advice for Millennials

The holidays are fast approaching and it’s that time of year when people start writing out their shopping lists and planning family get-togethers. As the year winds down, it’s also the perfect opportunity to do some financial housekeeping. When you’re in your 20s, staying on top of your money situation may not be a priority, but

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Get Holiday Gift Cards for Less With These Credit Card Rewards Hacks
Nov 20

Get Holiday Gift Cards for Less With These Credit Card Rewards Hacks

Buying gift cards takes some of the stress out of holiday shopping, especially when you’re just not sure what to get all of the people on your list. Using a rewards credit card to purchase them could score you some big savings in the process. Playing the credit card rewards game requires a little planning

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What Are Your Student Loan Repayment Options Once Deferment Ends?

What Are Your Student Loan Repayment Options Once Deferment Ends?

When you’re just out school and you’re on the hunt for your first job, tackling thousands of dollars in student loan debt probably isn’t realistic for your budget. If you can’t handle the payments, taking a deferment gets you off the hook but it’s only a temporary solution. Once you’re finally earning some real money,

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8 Essential Things to Know When Estate Planning for Aging Parents

8 Essential Things to Know When Estate Planning for Aging Parents

Sooner or later, many of us have to face difficult, uncomfortable situations: age-related health issues in a parent or parents, and the potentially awkward but highly necessary discussions about protecting their interests, securing their assets, and making sure that there will be money, insurance, support and other factors so that they can get any care

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Holiday Finance Tips for Shoppers Who Plan on Using Credit Cards
Nov 19

Holiday Finance Tips for Shoppers Who Plan on Using Credit Cards

Getting caught up in the holiday shopping frenzy can mean bad news for your budget if you spend without a plan. That’s especially true for credit card users who want to avoid the New Year’s debt hangover that so often follows a December gift-buying spree. If you’re able to pay the balance off in full

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Why Every 20-Something Needs This Investment Management Tool
Nov 18

Why Every 20-Something Needs This Investment Management Tool

You can do just about anything with a smartphone these days, including keeping an eye on how well your investments are doing. When you’re still learning the nuances of the market, it helps to choose an app that’s both comprehensive and user-friendly. For 20-somethings who aren’t as experienced with investing, a simple approach usually works

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