How to Honeymoon in Style, Not Debt

How to Honeymoon in Style, Not Debt

September 25, 2017 • 0 comments

Couples spend an average of $28,000 on a wedding and another $4,000 on a honeymoon, according to a 2017 study by WeddingWire. These back-to-back expenses test some newlyweds’ “for richer or poorer” vows. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Just as you can cut costs on your wedding, you can plan a honeymoon that’s both special and affordable.

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You’re Going to College: Time to Start Using Payment Apps

You’re Going to College: Time to Start Using Payment Apps

September 22, 2017 • 0 comments

Life in a college dorm means sharing everything from class notes to minifridges and bathrooms. But what about sharing expenses with friends or roommates when ordering a pizza? To ease the splitting of everyday expenses like movies and meals, many college students turn to peer-to-peer (P2P) payment apps.

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Sharing Expenses With Roommates? How to Make It Work

Sharing Expenses With Roommates? How to Make It Work

September 20, 2017 • 0 comments

Creating this type of system helps ensure good financial ties between the people you live with — and certain tools let you put your system into practice.

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How to Find a Good Savings Account for Kids

How to Find a Good Savings Account for Kids

September 18, 2017 • 0 comments

Just as you wouldn’t send your kids to school without the right supplies, you wouldn’t expect them to learn about smart savings strategies without a few helpful tools.

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How Seniors Can Save Money With Discounts

How Seniors Can Save Money With Discounts

September 15, 2017 • 0 comments

As Americans get older, their budgets typically get tighter. But discounts make fun on a fixed income easier.

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If You Want a Good Credit Score, Read Your Credit Reports

If You Want a Good Credit Score, Read Your Credit Reports

September 13, 2017 • 0 comments

Your credit score, that three-digit number lenders and others use to determine your creditworthiness, is like a spare tire. It’s out of sight, out of mind — until you need it. Then, you hope you have a good one.

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Cut Destination Wedding Costs With These 8 Strategies

Cut Destination Wedding Costs With These 8 Strategies

September 11, 2017 • 0 comments

If you’ve checked your Pinterest board or Instagram feed lately, you know that beachside and mountaintop weddings are on trend. But if you don’t live near a majestic backdrop, and you’re set on traveling to a picture perfect ceremony site, it will likely be more expensive than tying the knot close to home.

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Ask Brianna: Should I Borrow Money From Family and Friends?

Ask Brianna: Should I Borrow Money From Family and Friends?

August 30, 2017 • 0 comments

Anyone — even a good planner — can end up in a financial jam. Maybe you need to move unexpectedly the same month your car gives out. An inauspicious mix of circumstances is why I won’t shut up about emergency funds, savings accounts that you use solely for, yes, emergencies. Here’s how to decide whether borrowing from those close to you is a savvy solution or a recipe for resentment.

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How to Responsibly Handle an Inheritance

How to Responsibly Handle an Inheritance

August 28, 2017 • 0 comments

There are plenty of horror stories about sizable inheritances squandered on fast cars and glittering parties. But careful planning and good advice can help people use their good fortune in a way that creates lasting value. Consider these steps to make sure the money you receive after a loved one dies is used to best advantage.

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Best Ways to Send Money to Your College Student

Best Ways to Send Money to Your College Student

August 25, 2017 • 0 comments

The early morning scramble to give your child lunch money might be over now that he or she has moved on to college, but you’re likely still helping out with expenses. Here’s more about P2P providers and other great tools that you and your college kid can use to avoid a money-sending scramble.

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