We look at how cash back credit cards work, offering an overview of flat and tiered earning structures for cash back credit cards and breaking down the three components of cash back â cash back rate, where extra cash can be earned and how rewards are delivered.Continue reading
Credit cards, interest rates, loans, even where you liveâthese all depend on your credit score. If you have a good credit score, youâre more likely to get better financial offers. But if you have a low or nonexistent score, the chances of getting prime financial offers are pretty slim. If you have low or nonexistent… Read More
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I remember back in my 20s. Â I thought I had a budget. Well, it was what I called a budget. Â The reality is that it was a slip of paper with some numbers written down on it. Â I honestly did not know how to budget, let alone how to stick to one. It wasn’t until … Read More about The Secrets to Sticking to a Budget
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If you want to keep utility costs consistent month to month, budget billing may be for you.
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The coronavirus situation is changing rapidly, and frequent flyers and hotel loyalty members are left wondering what recourse they have when it comes to their member status and points or miles. Here’s what you need to know about relief measures from major programs.Continue reading
While paying your rent with a credit card has both benefits – raise your credit score! – and drawbacks – hello, fees – the process is nevertheless becoming easier. Now, tenants have more options and opportunities to charge their rent. Find out if it makes sense for you.Continue reading
When I first connected with Julia and John, the Queens, NY couple was expecting their first child and grappling with some debt, a lack of savings and income prior to the baby’s arrival. The couple was basically living paycheck to…
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Saving and investing for college expenses may seem overwhelming, but setting aside even small amounts can give your child a head start. While many people are aware of tax-efficient investing accounts like 529 plans, you may not know about UGMA/UTMA accounts – another way to save for educational and other expenses.
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When someone passes away leaving debts behind, you might be wondering if you have any personal liability to pay them. If you have aging parents, for instance, you may be worried about having to assume responsibility for their mortgage payments, … Continue reading →
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Whether you have credit card debt, car loans, student debt, or all of the above, owing money is no walk in the park. While it seems easy to get into debt, getting out of it…
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