Got Debt? Get a Side Hustle

Got Debt? Get a Side Hustle

November 16, 2018 • 0 comments

If you’ve got debt and a main job that covers your regular monthly expenses, aim to apply earnings from side hustles directly to your debts.

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What to Buy (and Skip) on Black Friday 2018

What to Buy (and Skip) on Black Friday 2018

November 14, 2018 • 0 comments

With huge sales at nearly every retailer, Black Friday — the day after Thanksgiving — has long been touted as one of the best times of the year for buying just about anything. But it won’t be all discounts and deals during the 2018 post-Turkey Day shopping bonanza. Use this guide to steer clear of the duds and get only the best bargains this Nov. 23.

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Black Friday Is Coming. Here’s What Not to Buy Until Then

Black Friday Is Coming. Here’s What Not to Buy Until Then

October 31, 2018 • 0 comments

In a year when online competition is fierce and brick-and-mortar shops are struggling, major retailers are likely to come out swinging this Black Friday.

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Ready to Apply for College Aid? A New App’s on Tap

Ready to Apply for College Aid? A New App’s on Tap

October 29, 2018 • 0 comments

Students can now apply for federal financial aid the same way they share snaps and stories: through an app on their phones.

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How to Write a Will That Won’t Trigger a Family Feud

How to Write a Will That Won’t Trigger a Family Feud

October 24, 2018 • 0 comments

Creating an estate plan is a gift to the people you leave behind. By expressing your wishes, you’re trying to guide your loved ones at a difficult, emotional time. You can reduce the chances of family discord by doing these four things:

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Spend Money Guilt-Free — Even With Student Loans

Spend Money Guilt-Free — Even With Student Loans

October 22, 2018 • 0 comments

Managing your money well is about creating balance, which you’ll have to do over and over as the shape of life changes: You may change jobs, get married, have kids or go back to school. Learn how to keep your big expenses low, get serious about setting aside “fun” money and pick activities that will bring you lasting joy, and you’ll be able to repeat the process when new priorities edge their way in.

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How to Choose a College Major With Loan Debt in Mind

How to Choose a College Major With Loan Debt in Mind

October 17, 2018 • 0 comments

Dan Brandt still has $32,000 in student loan debt, after earning his bachelor’s degree in marketing, but he’s not worried about paying it back. That’s because Brandt chose a major and a career with that debt in mind.

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Text a Retailer and You Could Get Back Money and Time

Text a Retailer and You Could Get Back Money and Time

October 15, 2018 • 0 comments

You’ve heard of calling, emailing and even live chatting customer support. But what about text messaging a store’s customer service department? For some retailers, you can. Here’s how the feature works and how you can get the most out of it.

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4 Ways to Get a Sale Price When There Isn’t a Sale

4 Ways to Get a Sale Price When There Isn’t a Sale

October 10, 2018 • 0 comments

If you don’t see a sale sign, it doesn’t mean you can’t get a deal. Here are four ways you could save money the next time you shop online or in person.

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Skip Student Loan Forbearance — Do This Instead

Skip Student Loan Forbearance — Do This Instead

October 8, 2018 • 0 comments

Forbearance is a way to stop making student loan payments temporarily. It is not a long-term affordability strategy, or a way to put off repayment indefinitely. And that means very few people should use it — probably far fewer than are doing so right now.

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