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Credit Card Debt Disaster? One Simple Move Could Save You.

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Every time you look in your wallet and see your credit cards, you remember your debt. When you rip open your credit card statements each month, those dollar amounts ­– did your debt get bigger again? – are an...

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Are Meal Kit Delivery Services Budget Friendly?

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Cooking. You either love it… or you don’t. And whether you’re a pro or a newbie, you have to admit—meal prep is usually a lengthy process. First, you have to figure out what’s for dinner. Then you have to...

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What Parents Get So Wrong About College

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Parents, way too many of you are still getting it all wrong when it comes to college. A recent survey by T. Rowe Price reports that 68% of parents think saving for their kids’ college is a more important priority than...

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It’s Time for Your “Lazy Money” to Get More Industrious

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Everyone’s goal in the world of investing is a secure financial future. But it could be that your security, as well as your bottom line, is being victimized by the deadbeat of the financial world, “lazy money.”...

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How to Become More Generous in a Me-First World

Americans like to think of themselves as generous people. And often, the numbers back that up, such as a recent report that revealed they gave a record $373.3 billion to charity in 2015. But as impressive as that sum...

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Finding the Path to a Stable Retirement when Savings and Social Security Aren’t Enough

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 As much as American workers look forward to retirement, many of them also worry that retirement is a luxury they can’t afford. In fact, about one-fourth express concerns about running out of cash in retirement,...

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Afraid You’ll Be Forced to Work in Retirement? That May Not Be So Bad

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Many older Americans who once dreamed of lounging around the house in retirement instead are waking up each morning to get ready for work. A recent Pew Research Center study showed that the percentage of Americans 65...

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3 Financial Steps that Will Help You Get your Fiscal House in Order

Parents often are encouraged to teach their children how to handle money and to begin those lessons at an early age. One problem with that, though, is many adults aren’t all that financially literate themselves. For...

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