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Are rewards programs worth the hassle- or the cost? That depends on you, and the types of rewards you’re working towards. For instance, airline miles are notoriously difficult to redeem…blackout dates, limited seats, and inconvenient flight times are just a few of the challenges. In comparison, hotel and merchandise points are relatively easy to earnRead More >>
Buying a home is one of the most important purchases you’ll make in your lifetime so it’s important to make sure you set realistic expectations about how it will affect your monthly budget. Your mortgage payment will make the largest impact, but there are additional costs you should consider before signing on the dotted line.Read More >>
Your 20s may seem like an odd time to think of saving for retirement, but it’s actually the perfect moment to start planning for your later years. That’s because the earlier you start saving, the more time your money has to grow. Savers who begin setting aside 10% of their earnings at 25, for example,Read More >>
Another new year is upon us, and with it comes a fresh start. Take a moment to shake off all the bad vibes from 2016 and start 2017 off right by resolving to get your finances in order. Below are a few financial resolutions to start you down the path to better money management in theRead More >>
If you’re a homeowner, you have a powerful tool in your financial arsenal: the home equity loan. Home equity loans allow some consumers to borrow a large amount of money relatively easily and cheaply. But they aren’t right for all situations. Here’s a bit more about how they work and when they’re a good option. How homeRead More >>
We’ve all heard the saying “Life comes at you fast.” Maybe you racked up student loan debt or your credit card balance slipped away and got out of control. You aren’t the first person and certainly won’t be the last. What if you were able to get a do-over and possibly eliminate that debt? That’sRead More >>