Overshopped in December? Try These 3 Strategies to Recover

Overshopped in December? Try These 3 Strategies to Recover

January 15, 2020 • 0 comments

Christmas, Hanukkah and the holiday season have come and gone — likely taking quite a bit of your cash with them. You can’t magically make more money appear in your bank account.

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Focus on Monthly Tasks to Hit 2020 Money Goals

Focus on Monthly Tasks to Hit 2020 Money Goals

January 9, 2020 • 0 comments

You can beat the odds, though. To hit your big money goals in 2020, focus on months and days.

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5 Keys to Picture-Perfect TV Buying

5 Keys to Picture-Perfect TV Buying

February 25, 2019 • 0 comments

Shopping for a new TV can be thrilling, yet daunting. To maximize the exhilaration — while minimizing the uncertainty — experts say to pay attention to at least five things.

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3 Money Tasks You Need to Do Right Now

3 Money Tasks You Need to Do Right Now

February 20, 2019 • 0 comments

Most financial to-do lists focus on what you need to get done by Dec. 31, but there’s also a brief window early in the new year to save yourself some significant cash. Here are three tasks to consider doing now:

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New Scoring Could Help Credit-Shy Millennials

New Scoring Could Help Credit-Shy Millennials

February 18, 2019 • 0 comments

Millennials’ aversion to credit cards can make it hard for them to build good credit scores. A recently announced scoring system, the UltraFICO, may someday help them and other consumers get loans and credit based on how they use their bank accounts.

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How to Manage Student Loan Debt Without Making It Worse

How to Manage Student Loan Debt Without Making It Worse

February 13, 2019 • 0 comments

When you’re struggling financially, keeping up with your student loan payments might feel like you’re stuck on a runaway train--

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4 Tech Tasks to Keep Your Parents Safer Online

4 Tech Tasks to Keep Your Parents Safer Online

February 11, 2019 • 0 comments

All of us are vulnerable to fraud. But the ways some older people use technology can put them at higher risk.That’s where you come in. When you’re home for the holidays, or the next time you visit your folks, offer to help with a few tasks that can keep your parents safer online.

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How to Make Cheap Fast Food Healthier for You

How to Make Cheap Fast Food Healthier for You

February 6, 2019 • 0 comments

Maybe you know to plan and prep healthy meals for the upcoming week to save time and money. And maybe you usually have a slow cooker of heart-healthy stew simmering by the time you get home or a freezer full of homemade meals ready to thaw. Here’s how to take advantage of the affordability of fast food while making it a little healthier:

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A College Education Isn’t Priceless

A College Education Isn’t Priceless

February 4, 2019 • 0 comments

College-bound high school seniors of America: You are about to embark on one of the most formative periods of your life, full of new friendships, personal growth and overcaffeinated conversations on the nature of humanity. Keep “ruinous student debt” off the list.

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How to Stop Scammers Who Sound Just Like Your Bank

How to Stop Scammers Who Sound Just Like Your Bank

January 30, 2019 • 0 comments

If you ever get a call from someone claiming to be a customer service agent at your bank, pump the brakes before answering any questions — even if they have the right caller ID. Using “caller ID spoofing,” scammers can make it look like they’re calling from your bank’s phone number. Here’s the tipoff that it might be a scam: Banks typically don’t call you asking for personal information.

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