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Percentage of college graduates owing $20,000 in student loan debt doubles in 10 years

Students are taking on more college debt and are having a harder time paying it back, according to a new CFPB report.

New Netflix series 'Ozark' is full of money advice you shouldn't take

The new drama series dishes out a lot of financial advice, most of which you shouldn't heed.

Powerball jackpot balloons to $535 million

If you're lucky enough to win the $535 million Powerball on Saturday, taxes will take a big chunk.

Royal Caribbean CEO: College taught me the right way to protest

Student activism at UC Berkeley taught a young Richard Fain the value of working together to accomplish great things.

Episode 789: Robocall Invasion

Your phone rings--it looks like your neighbor's calling. But instead, it's the creepiest scam of the year.

How Society can Affect Your Net Worth.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The song “No man is an island, no man stands alone” says it all, even down to how much wealth we might accumulate in our lifetimes. Society affects each of us – what we give and get from others. Show More Summary

Roth IRA vs. Roth 401(k) – Choose The Best Plan For You

The Roth IRA vs. the Roth 401(k) – they have so much in common, yet they’re also so different! How can that be, since are both Roth plans? Mostly, it’s because one is an employer-sponsored plan, and the other is a self-directed account. Show More Summary

Finding New Culture in Your Own Backyard

“Travel is glamorous only in retrospect.” – Paul Theroux My wife and I traveled to Europe for our honeymoon in 2003. The trip was a memorable one, but when I look back on it with honesty, most of what made it memorable was that it was our honeymoon. Show More Summary

6 Tips That Will Help You Safely Buy Or Sell Your Car On Craigslist

Craigslist scams are nothing new, but it's getting easier and easier to avoid them. Here are 6 rules to follow if you want to buy or sell your car on Craigslist. 6 Tips That Will Help You Safely Buy Or Sell Your Car On Craigslist appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Going Back to College? Here’s What’s Truly Essential for Your Dorm

Back-to-college shopping can get expensive. Besides tuition and books, there’s clothing, class supplies, and — of course — dorm essentials. The National Retail Federation’s Back to College survey reports that this year students (or their parents) will spend an average of $969.88 for dorm furnishings and college supplies. Of this spending, the top four categories […]

How to Find the Cheapest Broadband So You Can Save a Small Fortune

The days when only a few people had access to the Internet are long gone. The Internet now provides us with endless information and has near endless uses, and having reliable access is a must in todays world. But what do you really need in an Internet connection and where can you save money? It […]

“Secrets of the Millionaire Mind” Brain Dump

Heyo! We’re taking a break from all the drastic life stories we’ve been featuring here on Fridays lately (see: My Life and Finances After Escaping a Cult and What Being Homeless Taught Me About Money and Happiness), and gonna hit you with some drunken CliffsNotes of a popular finance book today instead. Show More Summary

11 Essential Documents You Should Keep in Your Safe

It's important to keep the documents you need to establish your identity, property ownership, and financial assets safe … which doesn't mean in your filing cabinet or stacked in a pile on your desk. While you may have digital copies of IDs and tax forms stored on your computer, you should...

Flashback Friday: 43 Easiest Ways to Become a Time Management Master

There are never enough hours in a day to get all your to-dos done, am I right? Wrong. If there are super productive, uber successful moneymakers out there who are figuring out how to maximize every minute of the day, then you can, too. Here's everything you need to get started. 8 Reasons Time Is...

How to Spot a Fake Review

We depend on product and service reviews to make responsible shopping decisions. But, according to a Cornell University study, consumers are horrible at discerning the difference between actual customer endorsements and fake reviews. And when pitted against Cornell's computer program, that can...

Best Money Tips: 10 Home Items That Are Making You Sick

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on things you have in your home that are making you sick, useful tips for gig workers, and ways to save money when you’re moving abroad. Top 5 Articles 10 Things At Home That Are Making You Unwittingly Sick — Your...

Are you Putting Off These 9 Adult Money Moves?

You are not a kid anymore. It's time to start acting like an adult, especially with regard to your money. Procrastination won't help you on the path to financial freedom, so it's time to grow up, and examine whether you've been avoiding these adult money moves. 1. Bolstering your emergency fund...

How to Make Financial Decisions Like a Minimalist [Video]

Hey there! My name is Anthony Ongaro and I’m the guy behind Break the Twitch, a website and YouTube channel about living an intentionally connected life through minimalism, habits, and creativity. I’m pumped to be sharing my tips on minimalism and intentional living on the Mint blog over the next year. The benefits of making […]

Rachel Bloom: There's a cost to being a star bigger than a size 2 on red carpet

That priceless moment of being an actress on a red carpet? It costs a lot more than you think, says "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star Rachel Bloom.

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