May 16, 2018
What Should I Look for in a Checking Account? premium

Looking for a place to deposit your paycheck? Thanks to the mobile and online options that now come with even the most basic checking account, accessing and transferring your cash is easier than ever. Before you choose, it's important to look under the hood first and see exactly what you’re getting. Otherwise, you'll pay a […]

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Kasasa
May 16, 2018
Is it Smarter to Rent or Buy a House? premium

There comes a time in everyone’s life where it’s like, “homeownership: should I do this thing?” As innocuous a question that may seem, there are many factors involved in making the leap from renting to homeownership — some that you expect, and some… maybe not so much. While there’s no foolproof formula to determine which route […]

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Jaclyn Eickenhorst
May 4, 2018
Cheap Vacation Ideas: 11 Tips for More Affordable Summer Travels premium

Summer vacations don't have to leave you broke. Here are 10 cheap vacation ideas to save some extra cash on your trips this year.

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Kasasa
April 30, 2018
Advice for Millennials Seeking Financial Confidence premium

Graduation season is upon us, which means that college towns are winding down from the spring semester, students are moving out, and many are still contemplating what is next. Whether it’s from the thought of paying student loans, finding the perfect job, or starting fresh somewhere new, the stresses can seem overwhelming. In fact, stress […]

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Kasasa
April 19, 2018
Tips to Budget as a Couple premium

While you might be able to get away with just wingin’ it budget-wise as a single person, once you enter serious coupledom territory, chances are that will no longer fly. Finances are so closely intertwined with the success of a relationship, it’s important to be upfront and REAL about where you stand financially. These tips […]

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Jaclyn Eickenhorst
April 13, 2018
The 10 Most Common Budgeting Mistakes premium

Budget Mistake #1: Not Having One There is no way around it... making a budget sucks. It's scary. I mean, what if you don't like what you find? Besides, isn't there a saying "ignorance is bliss?" You may want to avoid it but making a budget and some financial adjustments is much less painful than […]

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Andrew Swinney
Urban Dictionary: Tax Edition premium

Taxes, amiright? Can’t live with ‘em, can’t leave ‘em by the side of the road. Because that would be setting yourself up for identity theft. Is it even theft if you just left it there for anyone to find? Maybe more like identity gift. Anyhoo. With more complex tax regulations on the horizon, this is […]

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March 19, 2018
Important Deadlines for Filing 2018 Taxes premium

Deadlines and taxes — two of everyone’s favorite words as they stand on their own. When put together, they’ve been known to induce some sighs, shudders, and even the occasional groan. Whether you’ve been known to experience this tax-time trepidation yourself or you’re the type who eagerly looks forward to this time of year, tax […]

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February 27, 2018
How Does a Bank Calculate my Interest Rate? premium

While you owe money on the cash you borrow, interest works in your favor when you have a savings account.

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Jackson Wise
February 27, 2018
How I Learned About Saving for Retirement (And you can too) premium

Confession time: Finances have never been my specialty. As a creative professional, sometimes what I dream up and what happens in the real world need to come together for a little tête-à-tête. Now that we’ve gotten that on the table, you may ask, “So why are you writing about saving for retirement?” Fair question. Here’s […]

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Jaclyn Eickenhorst