Money Advice for New Grads — and Some Old-School Wisdom

Money Advice for New Grads — and Some Old-School Wisdom

June 25, 2018 • 0 comments

Many basic principles about saving and investing don’t change. But plenty of other things do, including the economy, tax law and employment trends.

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Don’t Let Your Credit Die of Neglect

Don’t Let Your Credit Die of Neglect

June 20, 2018 • 0 comments

Certified financial planner David Rae says he used to think that “anyone who could draw breath” could get an auto loan. Then one of his millionaire clients tried to buy a car — and failed.

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Ask Brianna: 5 Money Mistakes 20-Somethings Make

Ask Brianna: 5 Money Mistakes 20-Somethings Make

June 18, 2018 • 0 comments

You’re not supposed to know everything. Those of us who survived our 20s tend to forget that when we’re anxiously peddling advice to young adults. Growing up is mostly about learning, and, yes, sometimes making mistakes along the way.

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Wedding Gifts That Mean (but Don’t Cost) a Lot

Wedding Gifts That Mean (but Don’t Cost) a Lot

June 13, 2018 • 0 comments

One-third of Americans have skipped or considered skipping a wedding because they couldn’t afford to attend. Here are several budget-friendly wedding gifts that cost far less, or even nothing at all.

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How to Build Your ‘Oh, Crap!’ Fund

How to Build Your ‘Oh, Crap!’ Fund

June 11, 2018 • 0 comments

The emergency fund is a bust. Millions of Americans don’t have one, and some of those who do resist tapping what they’ve saved. 

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Where College Students Can Find Emergency Money, Food and Housing

Where College Students Can Find Emergency Money, Food and Housing

June 6, 2018 • 0 comments

College students without a financial safety net are in a tough spot when unexpected costs arise.

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Pare Down the Price of a Move to a New State

Pare Down the Price of a Move to a New State

June 4, 2018 • 0 comments

Moving to a new state can bring opportunity, adventure — and increased financial strain. From packing boxes to settling into your new home, moving costs can add up.

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3 Money Lessons We Can Learn From Roseanne

3 Money Lessons We Can Learn From Roseanne

May 23, 2018 • 0 comments

The Conner family is coming back to prime time, thanks to the revival of ABC’s “Roseanne.”

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Don't Let Technology Bully You Into Tipping

Don't Let Technology Bully You Into Tipping

May 21, 2018 • 0 comments

Tipping inflation is real, and it’s coming to a tablet near you. Merchants using Square and other mobile payment services can set “recommended” tip amounts or percentages for any transaction — including ones that traditionally haven’t included tips.

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Help Your Partner's Credit- Without Harming Your Own

Help Your Partner's Credit- Without Harming Your Own

May 16, 2018 • 0 comments

When you get married, your credit files stay single. And if one spouse has a good credit score and the other does not, it’s particularly important to maintain your credit histories’ separate status.

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