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Financial Vital Signs to Monitor Right Now

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A midyear financial review is often a good idea. This year, it’s almost essential.

With people going back to offices, travel resuming and Congress making significant changes to various laws affecting your finances, consider taking some time to check in on your money. You might be able to make some smart moves to reflect the new realities.

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Savings Tips for Newbies, Experts and Everyone in Between

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When it comes to saving money, this year may look a little different from years past. 

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Make a Plan to Get Your Money Resolution Back on Track

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We’re three months into 2021. Let’s check on those financial New Year’s resolutions. (Remember those?) Quite possibly, they’ve already gone awry. Here’s how to salvage your money resolution.

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Avoid These Vague Financial Resolutions in 2021

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As we close out 2020 and enter 2021, most of us are anxiously awaiting a happier year ahead. To increase your chances of success, here are three financial resolutions to avoid this year — and some better alternatives instead.

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How to Be Reunited With Your Long-Lost Money

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Are you owed money you don’t even know about? You might be, if your name is in an unclaimed property database.

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Financial Lessons We’ve Learned While Staying at Home

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Shelter in place. Lockdown. Quarantine. Here are three pieces of money advice you can apply to your bank account, budget and lifestyle as life evolves after lockdown.

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How to Plan and Budget for DIY Projects Now

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Did you find yourself cooped up during the pandemic-induced stay-at-home orders, blankly staring at the walls of your house, longing for more? Plan the project’s size, type and budget to fit current circumstances.

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6 Do’s and Don’ts When Saving Money During a Crisis

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Probably the last thing you want to think about during a crisis is working on healthy financial habits like saving money. But if you’re able to save, you can make your eventual recovery easier and you may benefit from these saving strategies now or down the road.

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Make Room on Credit Cards to Add Options in an Emergency

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Maybe you’ve been working through credit card debt for a while now. Here’s how to think about debt payoff now and what tactics you should consider.

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Looking for Safer Ways to Pay? Go Contactless

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Financial coach and business owner Nadia Busseuil has been working hard to make her day-to-day purchases as contactless as possible during the COVID-19 crisis. If she has to pay for something in person, she uses “tap-to-pay” at checkout with her credit card or her smartphone’s wallet app.

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