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The 3 Rules to Paying Off Debt Fast

by Caroline @ Caroline Vencil

The 3 Rules to Paying Off Debt Fast – This newlywed couple got out of $78,000 of debt in 23 months! Now they’re sharing with you the 3 rules you need, too. This is a guest post from my dear friend, Jen of Saving With Spunk. Jen is here today to share with you theView Post

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How to join China Southern "Sky Pearl Club"

by ukflyer1 @ FlyerTalk Forums

Upcoming flights in China Southern (CZ) and they aren't part of *A or OneWorld. Appear to have own scheme "Sky Pearl Club". However after filling in the application online, I never get the SMS that is required. Has anybody done this recently, or...

Watch Out for This New Tax Scam

by KaToya Fleming @ MagnifyMoney

Tax season can be the most profitable time of year for savvy thieves. And just a week into filing season, the IRS has uncovered a new trick cybercriminals are using to scam you out of your money. The IRS warns tax preparers and consumers about a new scam in which criminals are using consumers’ account … Continue reading Watch Out for This New Tax Scam

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10 Weird Ways to Save Money

by Caroline @ Caroline Vencil

10 Weird Ways to Save Money – Need NEW ways to save money that will actually work? You need to check try these out! This is a guest post from Cheryl of Uncluttered Simplicity. To find even more money saving ideas, check out these resources: 11 Expenses to Stop Spending Money On Money Saving Hacks fromView Post

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When Will I Get My Tax Refund? 2017 Tax Year Refund Schedule (2018 Tax Season)

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at When Will I Get My Tax Refund? 2017 Tax Year Refund Schedule (2018 Tax Season).

The first day to file your 2017 taxes is January 29, 2018. The IRS reports that 9 out of 10 taxpayers who filed electronically in 2017 received their tax refunds within 21 days. Some taxpayers receive their refund in as little as 8 days, and most receive it within 10-14 days. The IRS no longer ... Read More about When Will I Get My Tax Refund? 2017 Tax Year Refund Schedule (2018 Tax Season)

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How to Get Out of Debt, Fast! A Step-by-Step Guide

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at How to Get Out of Debt, Fast! A Step-by-Step Guide.

If you know the basics of personal finance, you may already know the most powerful force in the financial universe is compound interest. With compound interest, it’s easier to grow wealthier over time as the interest you earn compounds on itself over and over again. Unfortunately, compound interest can just as easily work against you as ... Read More about How to Get Out of Debt, Fast! A Step-by-Step Guide

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Marcus by Goldman Sachs Review: GS Bank Takes on Online Savings, CDs, and Personal Loans

by Lindsay VanSomeren @ MagnifyMoney

Most Americans probably think of fancy white-collar stock traders on Wall Street when they think of Goldman Sachs, a global investment firm that’s been around since the late 19th century. In recent years, Goldman made a major pivot, launching a new arm of the company called GS Bank, which would provide internet-only savings accounts to … Continue reading Marcus by Goldman Sachs Review: GS Bank Takes on Online Savings, CDs, and Personal Loans

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How to join China Southern "Sky Pearl Club"

by ukflyer1 @ FlyerTalk Forums

Upcoming flights in China Southern (CZ) and they aren't part of *A or OneWorld. Appear to have own scheme "Sky Pearl Club". However after filling in the application online, I never get the SMS that is required. Has anybody done this recently, or...

The 10 Best Vanguard Funds

by Jim Wang @ Wallet Hacks

I love Vanguard. The bulk of my investments are there, minus a few dividend growth stocks I hold in an Ally Invest account (formerly TradeKing). I'm not the only one. Of the top 25 largest mutual funds by assets, sixteen are from Vanguard (source). A clarification – many of the funds on the Marketwatch list […]

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New report names best wireless network for video streaming

New report names best wireless network for video streaming

by Mike Timmermann @ clark.com

Which of the major wireless providers gives you the best mobile video experience? A new study ranks them from best to worst!

New report: The 3 best SUVs under $30,000

New report: The 3 best SUVs under $30,000

by Mike Timmermann @ clark.com

If you're shopping for a new vehicle soon, Consumer Reports is out with a list of the best SUVs on the market in 2018.

H&R Block Tax Software 2018 Review

by Michael Pruser @ PT Money

H&R Block is one of the biggest names in tax preparation, responsible for preparing a whopping 1 out of every 7 tax returns that are filed in the United States. Their huge command of the market is due to the fact that they have both 10,000 physical branches all around the U.S., as well as […]

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How to Decide on a Career Path

How to Decide on a Career Path

by @ How to of the Day

Whether you’re finishing up your education and are ready to venture into the real world or have been working in a certain field for a while and want to try something new, deciding on a career path can seem overwhelming. However, with a little self-exploration and some research, you can easily choose a career that will leave you feeling fulfilled.

Learn What Your Options Are When the Bank Closes Your Account

Learn What Your Options Are When the Bank Closes Your Account


The Balance

When your bank breaks up with you, you may be scrambling to manage your money and pay your bills. Learn what to do when your bank closes your account.

TurboTax 2018 Review | Popular Online Tax Software

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

TurboTax is one of the most popular tax preparation software programs out there and for very good reason. It offers a step-by-step process for preparing your taxes so you can rest assured that every I is dotted, every T is crossed, and every eligible deduction is taken. They take care of yearly tax updates, making […]

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13 ways to save money at Publix

13 ways to save money at Publix

by Theo Thimou @ clark.com

With 1,169 stores across the Southeast, Publix is a beloved fixture to a lot of grocery shoppers — even if it isn't exactly known for having the lowest prices! But it is possible to shop Publix and save a lot of money at the same time. Here's how to do it...

PenFed Credit Union CD Rates, Checking, Savings, Money Market, and IRA Accounts

by Lindsay VanSomeren @ MagnifyMoney

PenFed Credit Union—also known as Pentagon Federal Credit Union—got its start in 1935. Since then, it has grown to become one of the largest credit unions in the country, with over 1.6 million members and $24 billion in assets. While it does offer in-person branches, anyone can also access their accounts online. Like most credit … Continue reading PenFed Credit Union CD Rates, Checking, Savings, Money Market, and IRA Accounts

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Life Insurance Living Benefits Rider

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at Life Insurance Living Benefits Rider.

Having life insurance in place can allow you the peace of mind in knowing that those who love and care about will not have to face financial hardship in the case of the unexpected. That is because, in addition to providing funds for replacement of income, the cash that life insurance offers can also be ... Read More about Life Insurance Living Benefits Rider

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Experian IdentityWorksSM Review: [FREE TRIAL] ID Theft Protection Plus Credit Reporting

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

**This article contains sponsored advertising content. About IdentityWorksSM In 2016 alone, more than 15.4 million consumers in the United States were victims of identity theft with more than 16 billion dollars stolen. With online shopping and credit card usage skyrocketing, it is not surprising that identity theft hit an all time high in 2016. Recognizing […]

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The Best Online Savings Accounts in February 2018

by LaTisha Styles @ MagnifyMoney

Updated February 9, 2018 After years of low interest rates, there is a pricing war happening for online savings accounts. Long gone are the days of 0.01% APY. If you are willing to open an online savings account (which is FDIC insured), you can now easily get a 1.50% APY or higher. Interest rates are … Continue reading The Best Online Savings Accounts in February 2018

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How to Close a Bank Account

How to Close a Bank Account


wikiHow

Most banks allow customers to open and close accounts regularly; however, there may be hidden procedures in the fine print of your contract. One challenge with closing bank accounts is that so many deposit and withdrawal services are...

Warning: 5 Valentine’s Day scams your wallet will NOT love!

Warning: 5 Valentine’s Day scams your wallet will NOT love!

by Alex Thomas Sadler @ clark.com

Valentine’s Day is a popular time for people who are hoping to find love online.

But while you might be looking for love, there are others who are just trying to take your money!

According to the National Retail Foundation

The Best Personal Finance Software for Taming Your Budget (In 2018)

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

Pluto LogoManaging your money is a complex skill, especially now that you no longer have to leave the house or even pull out your wallet in order to spend money. That’s why it is more important than ever for you to track spending and stick to a budget. But the old school methods of budgeting […]

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Best Bank Account Bonuses and Offers February 2018 - NerdWallet

Best Bank Account Bonuses and Offers February 2018 - NerdWallet


NerdWallet

Excellent cash bonuses are available if you open checking or savings accounts with some banks. Here are the best offers this month: Checking account offers and savings promotions Top picks…

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Places Where Americans Live the Most Balanced Lifestyles

by Kali McFadden @ MagnifyMoney

As Americans, we’re often focused on status markers, like the amount of money we make, but research indicates that time we spend with people we care about, good health and income equality are some of biggest factors that lead to happiness. It’s not just how much we earn, it’s what we have to do to … Continue reading Places Where Americans Live the Most Balanced Lifestyles

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50 minute layover in Copenhagen with kids

by Qacer @ FlyerTalk Forums

Hello all, This is an excerpt of our flight itinerary: 17:35 New York, Newark Liberty International 07:15 +1 Copenhagen, Kastrup 08:05 Copenhagen, Kastrup 09:00 Gdansk, Lech Walesa

Chinese New Year fireworks cancelled

by Chromie25 @ FlyerTalk Forums

Just want to inform visitors whom might be looking forward to this. Fireworks cancelled for Chinese New Year due to bus crash tragedy. Bus driver charged over fatal crash as Hong Kong cancels Lunar New Year fireworks South China Morning Post...

Review of Barclays Online Savings and CDs

by Lindsay VanSomeren @ MagnifyMoney

Barclays is one of the largest and oldest banks in the world. In fact, it’s even older than the United States itself, having been founded by two London bankers in 1690. It’s been chugging along ever since, and while it’s still headquartered in the UK, they’ve branched out to become a multinational corporation with operations … Continue reading Review of Barclays Online Savings and CDs

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Is Online Banking Safe? How to Boost Your Banking Security

by Margarette Burnette @ NerdWallet

When you bank online, you trust that your account is safe from hackers. Even so, online accounts can seem to consumers like easy targets: Instead of robbing a bank, a…

4 Frugal Tips That Are Completely Not Worth It

by Makenzi Wood @ Wallet Hacks

Frugality gets a bad rap these days. Too often folks assume that being frugal is the same as being a cheap, miserly skinflint. Of course, frugality means different things to different people, but at its basest definition, it's about being wise about where you spend your money and time. I like to simplify things, so […]

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Bank accounts: �200 switch bonus or 5% interest current account

Bank accounts: �200 switch bonus or 5% interest current account


MoneySavingExpert.com

Martin Lewis reveals how to compare and switch to the best bank accounts that can save you �100s a year.

Chinese New Year fireworks cancelled

by Chromie25 @ FlyerTalk Forums

Just want to inform visitors whom might be looking forward to this. Fireworks cancelled for Chinese New Year due to bus crash tragedy. Bus driver charged over fatal crash as Hong Kong cancels Lunar New Year fireworks South China Morning Post...

TurboTax Live Review: File Your 2017 Taxes at Home with Expert Help

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

This post is brought to you by TurboTax. While this is a sponsored post, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. I have a long history with TurboTax. They were the program I used back when I was filing taxes as a single graduate student in 2006, and they helped me throughout the […]

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American Express Personal Savings Account Review

by Jim Wang @ Wallet Hacks

American Express (AMEX) is best known for their credit cards but they do much much more. Credit cards is where they started, many years ago, but now they offer bank accounts too. We know they have great perks on their credit cards, but what about their bank products? Their high yield savings account is called […]

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Delta Wants To Be 797 Launch Customer

by readywhenyouare @ FlyerTalk Forums

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-13/delta-ceo-eyes-launch-customer-status-as-boeing-mulls-797-jet?utm_source=yahoo&utm_medium=bd&utm_campaign=headline&cmpId=yhoo.headline&yptr=yahoo Yeah, no. There is no way Boeing is going to...

Tempted by a new bank account sign-up bonus? Read the fine print.

Tempted by a new bank account sign-up bonus? Read the fine print.


The Christian Science Monitor

New account incentives appear to offer easy money, especially if you're already looking for a new bank. However, proceed carefully: The rules behind these giveaways can cut into payouts, and there may be negative consequences for your reputation as a banking customer.

How to Open a Business Bank Account for Your Startup

How to Open a Business Bank Account for Your Startup


Inc.com

Opening a business bank account for your new endeavor doesn't just serve to legitimize your business idea and make you a real business. It's also a vital consideration for your taxes, according to tax and business attorney Barbara Weltman.

How to Prune a Bonsai Tree

How to Prune a Bonsai Tree

by @ How to of the Day

A bonsai tree needs regular pruning to maintain its size and to shape it to a desired style. There are 2 types of pruning: maintenance pruning, which keeps the tree small and encourages new growth, and structural or stylistic pruning, which shapes the tree and enhances its aesthetic. Whether you want to prune your bonsai tree for maintenance or style, and no matter what type of bonsai tree you have, you need only a critical eye and bonsai branch or knob cutters to get started.

Defeat LVNV Funding Lawsuits With These Magic Words

by Jay Fleischman @ Shaev & Fleischman P.C.

Being Sued for a Debt? Just Follow These 3 Steps: STEP 1: Enter your information below. STEP 2: Talk with one of our attorneys to review your options. STEP 3: Commit to a plan of attack. If a debt collector like LVNV Funding sues you for money, you may be able

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How to Track a Package Without a Tracking Number

How to Track a Package Without a Tracking Number

by @ How to of the Day

A tracking number allows you to follow the delivery of a package as it’s being shipped. If you’re in a situation where you don’t have a tracking number, many of the major package delivery companies now have free tools that allow you to track your package online without one. To use these tools, you’ll have to visit the company’s website and register for an account. Once you make your account, it’s just a matter of logging in and finding the correct package based on other shipping details.

Better banking habits | How I use 4 bank accounts to save more money

Better banking habits | How I use 4 bank accounts to save more money


Clark Howard

If you want a more organized financial life, consider opening a new bank account! This is how I use four of them to stay on budget.

How to Get Free or Cheap Flu Shots

by Jim Wang @ Wallet Hacks

The flu is bad news. Like really bad news. And the 2018 flu season is going down as one of the worst in recent memory. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention keeps an influenza map of the United States and for the first time, the entire contiguous United States is the same color – […]

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20+ Best Bank Promotions & Bonus Offers ($100 Minimum!)

20+ Best Bank Promotions & Bonus Offers ($100 Minimum!)


Wallet Hacks

See the best nationally available bank promotions and signup bonuses available ($100 minimum!) - we keep this list of 20+ bank offers updated weekly. No expired promotions or tiny banks listed, just nationally available, easy to get promos.

10 Ways to Give More to Charity in 2018

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

Ever heard of the “James Bond of philanthropy,” otherwise known as Chuck Feeney? He made it his life’s mission to give away his entire $7.5 billion fortune while he was still living. At the end of 2016 he gave away his last $7 million to Cornell University, leaving him only $2 million to live on […]

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Here’s How the GOP Might Finally De-Fang the CFPB

by Shen Lu @ MagnifyMoney

Update: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Monday released a new five-year strategic plan, outlining a less aggressive approach to its mission of protecting consumer rights. The consumer watchdog revised its mission and vision for 2018 through 2022. Under the new mission, the CFPB will be “equally protecting the legal rights of all,” including consumers … Continue reading Here’s How the GOP Might Finally De-Fang the CFPB

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Bury Your Money: Put Your Money & Investments in “Time Capsules”

by Jim Wang @ Wallet Hacks

When I started investing, I eased into it very gently. I didn't trust the stock market. I was comfortable with saving the money. I wasn't comfortable putting it in the “stock market.” My formative adult years started in 1998, the year I started college. I was going to Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh and studying Computer […]

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Why Big Banks Charge Fees

by Lindsay VanSomeren @ Chime Banking

Raise your hand if you’re fed up with big bank fees. These pesky fees can put a damper on your day and a drain on your finances. According to a 2016 survey by the Pew Charitable Trust, a full quarter of people who use bank overdraft services regularly end up paying out at least one week’s […]

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Linking and Funding with a Bank Account

Linking and Funding with a Bank Account


Robinhood Help Center

Funding OptionsYou can link your bank account with Robinhood to transfer funds.We may support alternative funding methods (ie., Paypal, virtual wallets, etc) in the future; stay tuned for any fut...

How To Prep Your Bank Account To Buy A Home — Money Matters — Trulia Blog

How To Prep Your Bank Account To Buy A Home — Money Matters — Trulia Blog


Trulia's Blog

Pursuing a goal of buying a home in 2017? Here are six steps you need to take to ensure your finances are in order and you put yourself on the right track.

Delta Wants To Be 797 Launch Customer

by readywhenyouare @ FlyerTalk Forums

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-13/delta-ceo-eyes-launch-customer-status-as-boeing-mulls-797-jet?utm_source=yahoo&utm_medium=bd&utm_campaign=headline&cmpId=yhoo.headline&yptr=yahoo Yeah, no. There is no way Boeing is going to...

How to Open a Bank Account without ChexSystems - Personal Finance Made Easy - Banking, Loans, Credit Card Advice | echeck.org

How to Open a Bank Account without ChexSystems - Personal Finance Made Easy - Banking, Loans, Credit Card Advice | echeck.org


Personal Finance Made Easy - Banking, Loans, Credit Card Advice | echeck.org

Absolutely everything you need to know about how to get a bank account if you have a ChexSystems record

Here Are Tips to Transfer Money From One Bank Account to Another

Here Are Tips to Transfer Money From One Bank Account to Another


The Balance

If you need to transfer money from bank to bank, there are several ways to do so. See what your options are, including high-tech and old-fashioned.

How to Work in the Gig Economy and Still Reach Your Money Goals

by Colin Ashby @ Chime Banking

Working in the gig economy offers some great perks. For starters, you get the flexibility of setting your own hours. Plus, you can often find gigs instantly using an app rather than prospecting new work yourself. Nearly one in four Americans have earned money in the gig or “platform economy” over the last year, according to Pew […]

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How to Transfer Money From One Bank to Another: Between Bank Accounts | MintLife Blog

How to Transfer Money From One Bank to Another: Between Bank Accounts | MintLife Blog


MintLife Blog

As a personal finance writer, I’m often answering questions from friends and family about basic financial principles. When someone is setting up a savings account for the first time, they’ll often ask, “How do I actually move the money from my checking to my savings?” It seems like such a simple concept, but transferring substantial capital almost always involves jumping through some hoops. You can’t just call up your bank and ask them to move the funds, and actively withdrawing and then depositing the money is an unnecessary hassle. If you want to transfer money between bank accounts, here’s the best way. How Banks Transfer Money Every bank uses the the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system to transfer money. When your employer sends your paycheck via direct deposit, they’re using the ACH. The ACH was created in the 1970s as a faster alternative to checks and a cheaper solution than wire transfers. It’s an electronic system that transfers money in large batches overnight. In

An In-Depth Review of Ally Bank’s Rates

by Sarah Li Cain @ MagnifyMoney

Since it spun off from General Motors auto financing in , Ally Bank has proved to be one of the best online-only banks in the industry. Like most online-only banks, Ally charges minimal fees for deposit accounts and requires low or no minimum balances. Rates on Ally’s checking, savings, CD and money market accounts are … Continue reading An In-Depth Review of Ally Bank’s Rates

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How to Get Acquainted With Your Neighborhood

How to Get Acquainted With Your Neighborhood

by Trulia @ Trulia's Blog

Moving to a new neighborhood is tough, and it gets harder when the move includes relocating to a new city or neighborhood. Finding your sense of place within a new-to-you community is not always straightforward. Meeting people in your neighborhood can be a bit intimidating, but it’s the most direct route to make a new community feel like […]

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Everyday Banking: Checking & Savings | BECU

Everyday Banking: Checking & Savings | BECU


BECU

Great rates + no hidden fees = a better way to bank. Our personal checking and savings accounts offer benefits most traditional banks just can’t. Learn more here.

How to Keep a Side Hustle and a Day Job Simultaneously

by Due.com @ Chime Banking

While it seems as if everyone is turning a side hustle into a full-time gig, the reality is not everyone wants to do that. Heck, not everyone even should do that! Contrary to how you may be feeling, it doesn’t make you any less of a business owner to keep your day job. That being said, you […]

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Do’s and Don’ts When Using Shopping Apps

by Lauren Schwahn @ NerdWallet

Retailers such as Target and Amazon are embracing mobile applications to help consumers save money and time with features like digital wallets and augmented reality. When used strategically, apps can…

How to Transfer Money to a Bank Account

How to Transfer Money to a Bank Account


Venmo

If you already have a verified bank account on Venmo, you can jump to step 3 of this article.1. Add a bank accountFor more information on how to link a new bank account, please see our help artic...

10 Bank Promotions That Pay You To Open An Account

10 Bank Promotions That Pay You To Open An Account


Investopedia

Find out which banks are running cash promotions this summer.

What Is Renters Insurance?

What Is Renters Insurance?

by Trulia @ Trulia's Blog

The first thing people think about when they rent a new place is getting renters insurance to protect their belongings, right? No, not really. Almost all homeowners have homeowners insurance—95 percent of them, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Mortgage lenders require it, after all. But only about 40 percent of renters buy renters insurance. […]

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10 Things to Do with Unwanted Gifts

by Caroline @ Caroline Vencil

10 Things to Do with Unwanted Gifts – Whether it’s from Christmas, your birthday or any other occasion here’s what you can do with gifts you don’t want. This is a guest post from Jo & Leisa who blog at Joleisa.com.  For more resources on saving money, check out these other posts: 11 Expenses to StopView Post

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Blooom: Finally, a Robo-Advisor to Help You Manage Your 401K

by Ashley Chorpenning @ PT Money

When you started your first job, were you offered a 401(k) account? And if you were, did you even know what that meant? PT's note: When I started my first big career job (nine months with KPMG out of Shreveport, LA) I never invested with the 401K! I didn't even get the match! It wasn't […]

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Here’s When You Shouldn’t File for Bankruptcy to Discharge Your Student Loans

by Jay Fleischman @ Shaev & Fleischman P.C.

Contrary to news reports, there are times when you can wipe out student loans in a bankruptcy case. To do so, you're required to not only file for bankruptcy but also to file a separate lawsuit and prove that the debt amounts to an undue hardship. If you can meet the standard required under the

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Waiver of Premium Rider

by Paul Moyer @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at Waiver of Premium Rider.

Life insurance can provide peace of mind in knowing that loved ones and survivors will have the funds that they need in case of the unexpected. But, not all life insurance policies are exactly alike, so in many cases, adding various riders can help to better “customize” the coverage to fit specific anticipated needs. A ... Read More about Waiver of Premium Rider

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How to Handle Valentine's Day in a New Relationship

How to Handle Valentine's Day in a New Relationship

by @ How to of the Day

Valentine’s Day for new couples may feel as awkward as a 10-ton gorilla doing ballet, given that your feelings for one another are very new and you're not sure where your relationship is headed. Whether you’ve been on only one date or have been seeing each other for a few weeks, the dreaded red-hearted holiday can make even the most confident dater feel insecure about how to approach the holiday. However, having a simple conversation about the holiday or picking a low-key gift or event can take the stress out of the day and turn it into something you enjoy.

Accelerated Death Benefit Rider

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at Accelerated Death Benefit Rider.

Having life insurance means that those you love and care about may not have to suffer financial hardship at an already difficult time in their lives. That is because the proceeds from a life insurance policy can be used for a wide variety of different needs, such as the payoff of debt, the continuation of ... Read More about Accelerated Death Benefit Rider

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The Healthiest (& Unhealthiest) States in America

by PolicyGenius @ Chime Banking

With the start of a new year, many of us have embarked on self-betterment resolutions. The vast majority of these are health-related: Eat healthier, get more exercise, sleep better, stay fit, lose weight. But what about financial health? Many of us are resolving to get our financial house in order, too. It turns out the two are […]

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The Problem with Overdraft Fees

by Paul Sisolak @ Chime Banking

“Overdraft” is not a word we like to hear. Why? It generally means you’ll be dinged with a fee you don’t want to pay. To clarify, an overdraft fee occurs when you don’t have enough money in your bank account to pay for a purchase. When this happens, your bank will pay for the transaction […]

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The Best Places to Live in America’s New Tech Hubs

The Best Places to Live in America’s New Tech Hubs

by Julie Schmit @ Trulia's Blog

AT A GLANCE Silicon Valley doesn’t have a monopoly on great tech jobs anymore—tech companies are opening in mid-sized cities across America. These new tech hubs offer promising job opportunities, plus more affordable home prices. Wondering where to begin a home search? Trulia’s search data points the way to the neighborhoods locals love in these […]

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Study: Nearly 60% of millennials say social media influences their purchases

Study: Nearly 60% of millennials say social media influences their purchases

by Craig Johnson @ clark.com

Social media has shaped our lives in major ways for most of the past decade, affecting everything from what we watch on TV to how we consume news to even what we wear. Its influence on our lives has not …

The 6 Bank Accounts that Your Family NEEDS - Caroline Vencil

The 6 Bank Accounts that Your Family NEEDS - Caroline Vencil


Caroline Vencil

The "one checking, one savings account" of banking is just not working. Here's how having more bank accounts has saved me time and a lot of money!

Chime Mobile Banking

Chime Mobile Banking


Chime Banking

Make the switch to the bank account that helps you save money, automatically. No monthly fees, no minimum balances, or overdraft fees.

The 8 Best Bank Promotions (Checking and Savings) in 2018

The 8 Best Bank Promotions (Checking and Savings) in 2018


The Dough Roller

Looking for the best checking accounts or savings accounts? These bank promotions can get you cash back when you open a new account and a top APR.

Online Bank from Discover | Open an Online Bank Account Today

Online Bank from Discover | Open an Online Bank Account Today


Discover Bank

Online bank accounts from Discover Bank, Member FDIC include no hidden fees, 24/7 U.S.- Based customer service and 60,000 no-fee ATMs in the U.S.

Can a Debt Collector Get Into My Bank Account?

Can a Debt Collector Get Into My Bank Account?


MagnifyMoney

A debt collector all sorts of improbable things to get you to repay, but can he really get access to your bank account? The answer is: maybe.

7 Top Questions to Ask Before Opening a Bank Account 

7 Top Questions to Ask Before Opening a Bank Account 


Credit.com

 There are 7 questions to ask before opening a bank account, including what type of account you need, and what fees you’ll be charged. Let’s break it down.  

The Bible on Debt and The Morality of Bankruptcy

by Jay Fleischman @ Shaev & Fleischman P.C.

Let’s talk about the morality of being in - and being unable to get out of - debt. There's no clause in a credit card contract that speaks to morality or ethics. There are bad people who have credit cards and pay them on time. There are also good people who can’t make their payments on

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4 Surprising Changes You’ll See After Bankruptcy

by Jay Fleischman @ Shaev & Fleischman P.C.

What does life feel like after bankruptcy? When you file for bankruptcy, it's usually because there's no better option for you to get your finances under control. Your credit's shot, your phone's ringing off the hook and the mail is piling up. You sit down with your bankruptcy attorney and plot out a course for

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Tax Professional or DIY? Here’s How to Choose

by Gemma Hartley @ Chime Banking

The thought of filing taxes on your own can be daunting. At the same time, hiring a professional accountant comes at a price: around $273 of your potential refund. But, with the availability of low-cost online options – like TurboTax and TaxAct – you may still be wondering if hiring a tax professional makes the most sense […]

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052: Master Your Money with PT

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

I can safely say that this episode of the podcast is unlike any other I’ve done. If you’ve listened to at least one other episode, you know that I interview someone new every week and find out all about when they decided to become a master of their money, what tools they use to manage […]

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10 Things I Wish I Knew About Money at 18

by Caroline @ Caroline Vencil

10 Things I Wish I Knew About Money at 18 – What mistakes did you make as a young adult with money? I’ve got a list you need to share… I like to think that we all made some regrettable mistakes as young adults. Life if open in front of us and suddenly we haveView Post

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Estate Planning with Life Insurance

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at Estate Planning with Life Insurance.

Although most people don’t like to think about what might happen to their loved ones after they’re gone, the reality is that if you aren’t properly prepared for certain situations, a potentially bad scenario could become much worse for the people that you care about most. In fact, for most people to achieve lasting peace ... Read More about Estate Planning with Life Insurance

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What is a Monthly Maintenance Fee, and How Do I Avoid Them?

by Melanie Lockert @ Chime Banking

What if you asked a friend to watch over your precious jewels and she said, “Yeah, no problem.” But later on, she hit you up for a monthly fee for babysitting your jewelry. How would you feel, especially as she didn’t tell you upfront about this so-called fee? Probably a little peeved, right? Unfortunately, this […]

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Return of Premium Rider

by Ryan Guina @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at Return of Premium Rider.

If you have people in your life that you care about, then you are likely a good candidate for life insurance coverage. That is because the funds that are received from a life insurance policy can be used by the beneficiary (or beneficiaries) to pay off debt, continue paying ongoing bills, and even to make ... Read More about Return of Premium Rider

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6 Real-Life Money Lessons You Can Learn From Monopoly

by Kim Galeta @ Chime Banking

When I was growing up, my favorite board game was Monopoly. Recently, I decided to re-explore the game with my nieces and nephews. And, wow! I realize now just how many life lessons can be learned from this classic game. For starters, Monopoly is a game of strategy that offers ways to manage your money […]

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Why You Should Always File Your Tax Returns Before Bankruptcy

by Jay Fleischman @ Shaev & Fleischman P.C.

A few years ago I had a client who needed to file for bankruptcy. He was a talented musician who'd had a few good years but when tastes in music shifted he was left behind. Now he was working an entry level job at 56 years old just to make ends meet. And he was

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TaxAct Review 2017 – A Powerful Tax Software Solution to Fill Most Needs

by Kevin Mercadante @ Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career

This article was originally published on Cash Money Life | Personal Finance, Investing, & Career at TaxAct Review 2017 – A Powerful Tax Software Solution to Fill Most Needs.

TaxAct is one of the leading tax preparation software packages available. The service was founded in 1998, and it enables you to prepare all types of returns, regardless of the degree of difficulty. Small and medium-size business tax returns are a niche of this product, but they even have a professional edition available for career ... Read More about TaxAct Review 2017 – A Powerful Tax Software Solution to Fill Most Needs

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Don’t Be Fooled by These 6 Lies Told by Student Loan Servicers

by Jay Fleischman @ Shaev & Fleischman P.C.

The government is suing student loan giant Navient, claiming the servicer isn't looking out for borrowers. Navient agrees, saying its role is to send bills, collect payments, process forbearances and manage the account. The student loan servicer acts in the lender’s interest, claims Navient - not yours.In other words, Navient isn't even pretending to help

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How Can I Open a Bank Account When My Credit Sucks?

How Can I Open a Bank Account When My Credit Sucks?


Two Cents

Dear Two Cents,I'm finally in a position to start saving some money. I now have an adequate emergency fund, and I'd like to eventually get started with basic investing. But for now, I want to earn interest on my emergency fund, as it's currently just sitting in a low-yield savings account.

Important Tax Law Changes You Need to Know [ Updated for 2018]

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

Getting psyched to do your taxes? I suppose if you're expecting a refund you might be. Or if you're kind of a tax nerd like me, you might take some pleasure in breaking down the tables and watching the software do its thing. Or you might be interested to see how the recent Tax Cuts […]

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Banking 101: What Do You Need to Open a Bank Account?

Banking 101: What Do You Need to Open a Bank Account?


Deposit Accounts

Many of us are interested in having a place to keep our money. A bank or credit union can offer the opportunity for you to earn interest on your deposits, as...

Requirements to Get Your Personal Loan Approved

by Marty Minchin @ MagnifyMoney

For the right consumers, personal loans can be a quick way to get much-needed cash for anything from a home repair to a college tuition. With the right qualifications, you can be approved for a personal loan in the morning and have the cash deposited into your account in as little as one day depending … Continue reading Requirements to Get Your Personal Loan Approved

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How to Open a Free Online Bank Account with Chime

by Melanie Lockert @ Chime Banking

Whether you want to open your first bank account or switch to a new one, it can be a daunting process. You may be wondering “How long does it take to open a bank account?” Or, “What do I need to open a bank account?” You may also feel unsure about the next steps. Here’s […]

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How to Track Your Net Worth [+ My Net Worth]

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

You're probably reading this site because you want to see your financial life improve? Maybe move toward financial independence? Good on you, my friend! A great way to get better at something is to start tracking it. Let's talk about measuring and tracking your net worth. Simply put, your personal net worth is equal to […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Monetizing a Hobby

by Shen Lu @ MagnifyMoney

Making extra money from a side hustle can be extremely gratifying, especially if it’s something you love doing. And it seems like it’s never been easier to pick up side gigs or monetize your hobbies. There are 57.3 million freelancers in the U.S., according to a 2017 survey commissioned by the Freelancers Union and Upwork, … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Monetizing a Hobby

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How to Be Romantic with Your Husband

How to Be Romantic with Your Husband

by @ How to of the Day

Keeping the romance alive is easy when things are new and exciting. However, it can be tough when you’ve been married for a while. Luckily, there are many different ways that you can be romantic with your husband.

50 minute layover in Copenhagen with kids

by Qacer @ FlyerTalk Forums

Hello all, This is an excerpt of our flight itinerary: 17:35 New York, Newark Liberty International 07:15 +1 Copenhagen, Kastrup 08:05 Copenhagen, Kastrup 09:00 Gdansk, Lech Walesa

8 Ways to Stop Spending Money You Don’t Have

by Caroline @ Caroline Vencil

8 Ways to Stop Spending Money You Don’t Have I get emails all the time from people asking me how can they get their budgets under control to stop spending money. It’s never fun to live paycheck-to-paycheck, not to mention how stressful it can be! It’s a tough situation to be in, not to mentionView Post

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Here’s Why You Should Switch to Online Banking

by Due.com @ Chime Banking

When it comes to banking, individuals often default to what they know best. And that’s traditional banking. Unfortunately for them, they’re likely going to face a lifetime of long lines and hidden fees. Well…it’s not that bad but there are surely better solutions. Thanks to online banking you can now do all your banking without […]

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Find Your Ideal School in a New Neighborhood

Find Your Ideal School in a New Neighborhood

by Trulia @ Trulia's Blog

When looking for a new neighborhood to call home, school is often one of the most important deciding factors for a family. There’s no single solution to finding the right one, but there is more to consider than test scores alone. Things like commute times and the school’s PTA scene, in addition your child’s classroom […]

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Shaev & Fleischman P.C. - Bankruptcy and Student Loan Lawyers - 866.787.8078

Shaev & Fleischman P.C. - Bankruptcy and Student Loan Lawyers - 866.787.8078


Shaev & Fleischman P.C.

After Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you’re going to want to start building your financial world again. You’ve taken a body blow and likely aren’t in the best financial shape, and you’re looking for ways to get back on top. Then you see it, looming on the corner – the bank. Dare you approach it? It depends. …

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