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Questions About Hot Air, Credit Ratings, Loose Change, and More!

What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Air escaping through the roof 2. What’s needed for personal loan? 3. Show More Summary

Stay Away From Actively Managed Mutual Funds

I believe there are people who can beat the market, but I don’t believe that you can identify them. I have spent a surprisingly large amount of time recently talking with people who are trying to beat the market. It comes with the territory I guess. Show More Summary

'Silver' Divorce Puts Strain On Retirement Income

A common misconception about marriage in the U.S. is that millennials have a higher divorce rate than previous generations. In fact, millennials are actually divorcing at much lower rates than those of similar ages in the 1970s and 1980s. In reality, it was the baby boomers reaching adulthood that caused [...]

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Best Money Tips: How to Make Money While Running Errands

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on a way to make extra money while you’re running errands, tips to spruce up any small space, and creative storage solutions. Top 5 Articles How to Make Extra Money While Running Errands — If you're out and about...

How to Launch Your Second Career

The decision to re-enter the workforce, or switch industries, is not one that can be taken lightly. Maybe you're trying to make more money to support your family, or earn extra cash in retirement to fund vacations and create a better standard of living. Perhaps you've been a stay-at-home parent who...

7 Expensive Stocks That Are Totally Worth It

So, you want to buy shares of stock from a familiar company, but are surprised to realize that shares are selling for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of dollars. As it turns out, some of the priciest stocks may also turn out to have the best value in the long run. High prices may be intimidating, but...

How to Clear Old Debt From Your Credit Report

Trying to get your credit score back on track? There are lots of things you'll need to do — like start using credit wisely instead of as a crutch. But before you can rebuild from the bottom up, it's important to clear the old debt you've accumulated from your record. Here's how. 1. Compare...

How To Get Rid Of An Annual Fee

You got the card for its sweet sign-up bonus and great rewards. But now you never use it. How to get rid of an annual fee without hurting your credit. How To Get Rid Of An Annual Fee appeared first on Money Under 30®. © Moneyblogs, ...

Millennials Will Be The Richest And Happiest Generation Ever

How much would you pay to be young, fit, and full of hope again? I asked myself this while I was chowing down on a double cheeseburger at the airport. I first came up with $50,000 to be permanently 10 pounds lighter and $200,000 to be permanently 20 pounds lighter. Wouldn’t it be so amazing to eat all Read More...

Qoins: A “Rounding Up” App That Pays off DEBT!!

Guys!! I found the third app to complete the Financial Trifecta!!! We already have a killer one for helping us save our money (Digit), and then of course another great one that helps us invest our money (Acorns), but now – FINALLY – we have one that will help us do the one major problem most of us have: PAYING OFF OUR DEBTS! It’s called […]

Three Scary Things We Do With Money To Mess Up Our Kids

Give your kids one less thing to be afraid of this Halloween; let's vow to not scare our kids about money. Here are three scary ways that we mess up our kids' perception of money. Beware!

How to Stay Motivated When You’re Already Debt-Free

When my husband and I finally fought our way to debt freedom, it was a huge relief. Where we once had a ton of bills to pay and keep track of, we were finally down to living expenses only – things like our mortgage, groceries, and utilities. Show More Summary

Should A Stroke Disqualify A Candidate?

The Chicago Tribune questioned Sen. Mark Kirk's 'readiness' and endorsed his Democratic challenger, Tammy Duckworth. But there's more to the story.

Mom visits 18 countries with baby on globe-trotting maternity leave

World traveler Karen Edwards feared her globe-trotting days might be over when she found out she was pregnant — but she was wrong.

This year's most outrageous 'calling in sick' excuses are ...

CareerBuilder has unveiled its annual study that reveals this year's craziest excuses for calling in sick. And there are some winners here, folks.

How 529 Plans Can Help Reduce Taxes And Pay For College

Whatever the time of year, paying for college is usually on the minds of parents. For the middle class it is especially daunting. The wealthy usually have the means to afford the $50,000 to $60,000 annual cost at some private colleges. And, if a talented student is from an impoverished [...]

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