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A little money goes a long way with these imaginative projects. You can do most of them yourself.
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Rising prices, otherwise known as inflation, could wreak havoc on stocks, bonds and the economy. The Federal Reserve says not to worry. What if they’re wrong?
How many of these covered costs did you know about?
One attraction of the bigger carriers is their deals on new phones. But you can enjoy a new phone on prepaid carriers without paying interest too — here’s how.
The abilities that grow stronger help us with several key parts of cognition, research finds.
These steps will ensure you exit on good terms professionally and financially, and are ready for what comes next.
In these cities, people pay more for food, whether they are dining in or eating out.
There is no need to wait until you’re 65 to take advantage of so-called “senior” discounts.
Older Americans who are still working say this is when they plan to stop.
Here are some good reasons to get rid of your biggest financial obligation.
You can be happy without a lot of money. Just cultivate these habits and ways of thinking.
A seemingly small stumble can cause your credit score to plummet.
Prevent some of the worst financial blunders in retirement by taking action now.
Keeping a certain amount of cash reserves makes sense. Unfortunately, it’s easy to hold on to too much and see it lose value.
This advice can help set you on the path to financial success.
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