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Best Deals for Monday 04/24/2017

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6 Powerful Images of Money and What They Really Mean

Money talks. And not just at the cash register. Very often imagery or symbols related to money convey powerful messages about social, political, and economic issues. Let's review six powerful money images — and what they really mean. 1. Fearless Girl A major player in the index fund world,...

4 Things You Need to Know About Deferring Student Loans

Finding a way to pause your student loan payment can be a lifesaver when your financial life goes sideways. And trust me, this can happen to anyone at any time. For me, the financial roller coaster ride started in June 2010. I was expecting our first child when my husband accepted a job in another...

Best Money Tips: 10 Products You Need for Financial Security

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on products need to be financially secure, energy conservation myths you should ignore, and things you can do in the day to sleep better at night. Top 5 Articles You Can’t Be Financially Secure Without These 10 Products...

11 Ways College Grads Can Get Ahead in the Job Hunt

It's a dog-eat-dog post-college world out there for new grads. It was when I graduated in 2003, and I hear the same grumblings today from next-gens looking for work. While I can't promise that any of my advice will get you hired, I can ensure that it'll at least help you get your professional...

5 Easy Ways to Make Good Money From Airbnb

Airbnb is the most widely known home rental website in the U.S. If you've got a spare room or a whole property to rent out, listing it on Airbnb can provide extra income while allowing you to meet interesting people from around the world. But you're not the only one with this idea, of course. You...

5 Retirement Accounts You Don't Need a Ton of Money to Open

When I graduated from school and started working, my parents and friends told me repeatedly how important it was to start saving for retirement. But when I looked into opening an account, most institutions required $1,000 or more to get started. I didn't have that much money to set aside, and it...

Little Know Facts About Retirement Distributions

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); You’ve been religiously contributing to your retirement funds for years. Your employer 401K may be your largest investment account. Understanding what you can do and should do with it are huge factors in your successful use of the retirement funds. Show More Summary

Wealthsimple Review: A Popular Fintech Company Comes to The U.S. (And Wants to Help You Invest Better)

Hey guys! Just got wind that one of the more popular Fintech companies in Canada (Wealthsimple) opened up here in the U.S., and if my spidey senses are on point as they usually are, I think it’s going to be another great company to contend with in the investing space. Outside of Vanguard, of course ;) If you’re just starting out with investing and/or want […]

Just Say NO To Angel Investing

After 10 years, my $60,000 investment in a private gin company finally paid dividends. Initially, given the company was sold for about $49M after expenses and I had invested in the company at a $10M post money valuation, I was thinking I had made a ~3X return ($180,000). Show More Summary

Synchrony Bank Online Savings Account Reviews

Time flies. It wasn’t long ago when I was trying to figure out where Synchrony Bank came from since the firm came out with an online banking offering. Fast forward a few years and an IPO later, the company not only has a solid online savings product but they are also the largest private label […]

Stop Press: PPS

Given the availability of programmes on the BBC listen-again facility is time limited, I don't want to wait for Saturday to urge you to listen to The 90s: A Holiday from History presented hy Jonathan Freedland on Radio 4 last...

A Frugal Wedding Adventure, Part 2: The Planning Fallacy Strikes

In Part 1 of this frugal wedding mini-series, I talked about how my fiance and I are trying to spend just $2,500 on our wedding. Surprisingly, the actual spending aspect has not been an issue so far. We’re well on our way to achieving our goal. Show More Summary

Eight Key Strategies to Help Keep Overbooked Families from Overspending

This time of the year, our family always feels incredibly overbooked. Our three children are each in a couple of activities all throughout the year that are really easy to manage. Musical practice once a week paired with martial arts practice twice a week in the evenings isn’t a problem. Show More Summary

Black Coffee: Goodnight, Goodnight

It’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy a little joe … Welcome to another rousing edition of Black Coffee, your off-beat weekly round-up of what’s been going on in the world of money and personal finance. Another glorious week comes to an end. Off we go … If you can’t sleep, then get up […]

How to Find the Best Financial Advisor for You

Looking to retire early, be financially independent or free? Having the best financial advisor can make a huge difference! Learn what questions to ask and red flags to look out […] The post How to Find the Best Financial Advisor for You appeared first on Couple Money.

Episode 766: Georgetown, Louisiana, Part One

For the residents of a small Louisiana town, there's always been a question about their past: How'd they get there? Solving the mystery only raised more questions.

5 Ways to a Lower Mortgage Payment, According to a Realtor

Are you buying a home soon? If you are, then you probably want to get the most for your money at the lowest cost, including your monthly mortgage. Since mortgage loans are the way most people buy homes today, it’s important to know how to get the lowest mortgage payment possible. Show More Summary

Free ride? Ha. Don't get taken for a ride with financial aid offers

Decision Day is May 1, and high school seniors who haven't yet picked a college should reassess financial aid packages.

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