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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Do you like to save, have flexibility and skip hidden costs? Then the answer is probably yes.
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You may need your CIT Bank routing number for several things from sending money to friends and family to direct deposit money. This guide will help you find your CIT Bank routing number. What is a routing number? A routing number is a 9-digit number that banks use to identify themselves. Think of it as …
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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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Most people have a love-hate relationship with money. When youâve got cash to spend, you feel fantastic. You can do whatever you want, go wherever you like, and thereâs no worries in your mind. However, when your cash flow starts to dwindle, your entire outlook suddenly goes sour. The high of having cash can mean […]
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Itâs safe to say 2020 was a pretty hard year for everyone financially. Even if your wallet hasnât taken a hit in the last few months itâs likely either your employer or someone in your family has found themselves stretched financially by the effects of COVID. No point dwelling on the past, though. We may… Read More
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The future is here, and while the flying cars that were promised havenât arrived yet, the finance world is speeding full-force into the future with everything from wireless payment apps on our phones to entirely decentralized finance systems. Decentralized finance, known as DeFi for short, is a fundamentally new financial system that moves monetary control […]
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