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Published February 9, 2016
Streamlining your finances with online tools is about more than just saving time. It's fun, helps you avoid late fees and overdraft fees, and helps you save money.
Published February 8, 2016
To ensure you get the biggest tax-time refund possible, it helps to claim as many deductions and tax credits as you qualify for. How do they differ?
Published February 8, 2016
An emergency savings is preferable, but in a pinch, a good credit score can be a safety net. Here's how.
Published February 8, 2016
Sometimes small budget cuts just don't cut it.
Published February 8, 2016
Joel Chrisler, host of the popular Internet radio show Real Life 101, helps parents and students develop ideas and strategies to deal with student debt, and most important, decide if it's worth it.
Published February 8, 2016
When you're on a mission to save money it might seem that it will take forever for savings to grow. Saving money often starts with changing 'spending' habits.
Published February 8, 2016
You might be one of the more than 3 million Americans who could save at least $200 a month by refinancing.
Published February 8, 2016
The impact of 401(k) fees might be greater than you realize.
Published February 7, 2016
A health savings account is a tax-advantaged savings account that encourages people to save for future medical expenses.
Published February 7, 2016
Learn how to be proactive to protect your nest egg from nursing home costs.