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With Lots of Student Loans, Which Debts Should You Pay First?

I graduated from law school in 2011 with a whopping $208,000 of student loan debt. To make matters worse, the job market was horrible for new lawyers. It would have been easy to sulk, complain, and make excuses. But, I refused to do that. A … [Read more...]

Traveling Abroad? The Best Credit Cards for International Travel (And Some You Should Absolutely Leave At Home)

Travelling abroad? Make sure you have the right plastic. The best credit cards for international travel don't charge excessive foreign currency credit card fees, are accepted worldwide, and offer concierge-level service to help with your … [Read more...]

Don’t Throw Good Money After Bad; When To Sell A Losing Investment

Editor's note: This post originally ran in October, but with the recent stock market dips lots of readers have been asking whether they should sell losing stocks. Let this post be your guide. Sell a stock if a). it no longer match your investing … [Read more...]

This Super-simple Strategy Can Make Anyone A Millionaire; Why Aren’t You Using It Yet?

Want to spend ten minutes doing one thing for your finances that will have an absolutely MASSIVE impact on your ability to spend less, save more, and reach your goals faster? If you answered yes, then it's time to pay yourself first. The … [Read more...]

Where Should You Invest First? Your Company’s 401k or an IRA?

Decoding retirement savings is as thrilling as an all-day cram session for a standardized test. I get that. But just like that grad school exam, your future depends on it. A few weeks ago, I sent my focus group a quick survey on 401k plans. I knew … [Read more...]

How to Negotiate Anything (Even if You’re Shy or Afraid)

If I were selling a tool you could use to earn more money, pay less for things you buy, and get your way more often, would you be interested? I hope so. Fortunately, I’m not selling anything. This tool is free; it’s called negotiation. In the … [Read more...]

Get Out of Debt on Your Own: My Big Fat Guide to Kicking Your Debt’s Butt

If you want to get out of debt on your own (and quickly), I’ve got the post that will help you do it. Not someday. Not tomorrow. Right. Freaking. Now. Get your boots on. Warning: There's a lot of information here. I tried to make it as ski … [Read more...]

How to Buy Life Insurance Online

Last December, my wife and I welcomed our second child, Elliot, into the world. As parents, we are ecstatic but weary. As a no-longer only child, big sister Molly remains skeptical. They say that having two children is more than twice the work of … [Read more...]

Credit Karma: The Best Way to Get a Truly Free Credit Score

For better or worse, your credit score plays a big role in your financial health. So it's important to know your credit score and keep an eye on how it's changing over time. While most services charge upwards of $15-20 to view your own credit … [Read more...]

Capital One Venture Credit Card: Still Tops for Travel Rewards

Capital One Venture Card The Capital One Venture Card pays double miles for every dollar spent. There is a $59 annual fee after the first year. View details or apply Capital One VentureOne Card The Capital One Venture Card pays … [Read more...]