Our 10 Most Popular Stories of 2019

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With a new year dawning, it’s time to look back at some of your favorite stories from last year.

What follows are the most-read stories on Money Talks News during 2019. But the guidance that you will discover in each of these stories will serve your finances well in 2020 and beyond. So, if you don’t recall reading them last year, take a minute to check them out now.

  1. 5 Ways to Avoid Taxes on Social Security Income
  2. 7 Ways to Shop at Costco Without a Membership
  3. Will Paying Off Old Debts Help My Credit?
  4. 9 Things You Should Never Pay For With a Debit Card
  5. 9 Ways to Get Cheap or Free Veterinary Care for Your Pet
  6. 15 Things You Should Always Buy at Yard Sales
  7. 4 Streaming TV Services That Cost $25 a Month — or Less
  8. 21 Things You Should Always Buy at a Dollar Store
  9. Replace These 8 Things — for Your Health and Your Budget
  10. 8 Surefire Ways to Get Rid of Debt ASAP

Lastly, from all of us here at Money Talks News, happy new year!

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