8 Types of Companies That Are Looking at Your Credit Report
8 Types of Companies That Are Looking at Your Credit Report

on June 13, 2019

Even if you’re not borrowing money, these entities can peek at your credit report.

6 Types of People Who Can’t Rely on Social Security
6 Types of People Who Can’t Rely on Social Security

on June 9, 2019

Social Security retirement benefits aren’t a guarantee. If you fall into one of these groups, don’t assume that you will receive benefits.

10 Cities With the Most High-Paying Jobs for Workers Without Degrees
10 Cities With the Most High-Paying Jobs for Workers Without Degrees

on June 7, 2019

In some cities, nearly a third of the job market involves work that pays at or above the national median wage.

This Tool Makes It Easy to Slash Bills and Build Savings
This Tool Makes It Easy to Slash Bills and Build Savings

on May 29, 2019

What if you had a financial assistant to negotiate your bills, automate your saving, and analyze your spending to identify problem areas? I tried this one out.

10 Overlooked Homeowner Expenses — and How to Save on Them
10 Overlooked Homeowner Expenses — and How to Save on Them

on May 23, 2019

A mortgage is one of many homeownership costs. Most of these will continue for as long as you own a home.

States That Depend Most and Least on Federal Funding
States That Depend Most and Least on Federal Funding

on May 20, 2019

Every state needs some federal money to balance its budget, but some rely more heavily on those funds than others. Is your state on this list?

8 Common and Costly Homebuying Myths
8 Common and Costly Homebuying Myths

on May 9, 2019

Think you’re ready to buy a house? Don’t fall victim to these rookie mistakes.

7 Real Ways to Save on Your Car Costs
7 Real Ways to Save on Your Car Costs

on April 14, 2019

Owning a car can easily costs thousands of dollars a year. But these tools can slash the ongoing expenses a vehicle brings.

The Best and Worst Tax States for Low-Income Residents
The Best and Worst Tax States for Low-Income Residents

on April 9, 2019

Earn a low income in one of these states, and taxes will cost you either an especially big or and especially small chunk of your earnings.

The 25 Colleges With the Best Return on Your Money in 2019
The 25 Colleges With the Best Return on Your Money in 2019

on April 8, 2019

You have likely never heard of some of these colleges, but they offer the most bang for your buck in 2019.

The 10 Worst States for Getting a Job Right Now
The 10 Worst States for Getting a Job Right Now

on April 5, 2019

Are you having trouble finding work? Maybe your job hunt problem is where you live.

How to Start Investing in Real Estate With as Little as $500
How to Start Investing in Real Estate With as Little as $500

on March 31, 2019

If you would like to diversify your portfolio by investing in real estate but don’t have the cash to buy property, you should know about this option.

This Is an Easy Way to Find Legitimate Flexible Jobs
This Is an Easy Way to Find Legitimate Flexible Jobs

on March 8, 2019

If you like the idea of working from home, setting your own hours, working part-time or freelancing, you should know about this resource.

7 Cheaper Paths to a Great College Education
7 Cheaper Paths to a Great College Education

on February 13, 2019

Don’t march right to a pricey four-year campus. Technology, innovative financial agreements and employer perks are democratizing the cost of college.

The Best and Worst States for Raising a Family in 2019
The Best and Worst States for Raising a Family in 2019

on February 12, 2019

There are trade-offs no matter where you live. However, some states come with big advantages — and in some states you might be giving up more than you expected.

Social Security Checklist: 7 Tasks You Must Do Before Claiming
Social Security Checklist: 7 Tasks You Must Do Before Claiming

on December 24, 2018

To get the most out of your Social Security retirement benefits, you have to think ahead. Start by taking these steps before applying for benefits.

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