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Save With Boxed: Tiny Prices On Your Favorite Everyday Products

Boxed: Shop for groceries online and save big

Boxed offers low prices on big-sized grocery and household items with no membership fee and mostly free shipping. Clearly, Boxed is more convenient than a trip to Walmart. But can Boxed save you money, too?

Acorns Review: With The Acorns App, Start Investing With Just $5

Acorns review: The app that helps you start investing for as little as $5.

No more excuses. Meet Acorns, the app that can make anyone an investor.

Capital One Venture Credit Card: Still Tops for Travel Rewards

The Capital One Venture and VentureOne credit cards are excellent values for travel rewards.

We give the Capital One Venture Credit Card a top spot among travel rewards cards. Choose between a no annual fee card that pays 1.25 miles on every purchase or earn double miles for a modest annual fee.

LoopPay: A Virtual Wallet That Works Almost Everywhere

LoopPay is an app for iOs and Android that lets you pay almost anywhere without your wallet.

The fight for the next big thing in virtual wallets continues. LoopPay lets you add your all your credit card, debit card, and gift card info into your phone and then pay with a wave of a fob on your keychain. Are you ready to ditch your wallet?

Best Credit Cards For Young Adults

The Best Credit Cards for Young Adults

Of the hundreds of credit cards out there, only a select few are well-worth having in your wallet — if you can qualify. Here are our picks for the best credit cards for young adults taking into account our limited credit histories in our 20s can mean it’s sometimes harder to get approved.

Quicken 2015 for Mac Review

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Quicken 2015 for Mac launched last month. This is solid software for managing your money, but doesn’t yet offer all the features longtime Quicken users might expect. Our review can help you decide whether to invest in Quicken or stick with less costly options for tracking your finances.

Barclaycard Ring Credit Card Review

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Our Barclaycard Ring credit card review: You want to avoid carrying a balance on credit cards, but sometimes you can’t avoid it. The Ring card offers a low regular APR, no balance transfer fee, and 1 percent cash back on transferred balances to save interest when you can’t pay off your credit card in full.

Mint Alternatives: More Tools To Manage Your Money

Alternative personal finance manager apps challenge Mint, the longtime leader in free online budgeting.

Mint.com revolutionized how we budget. Now, rivals offer must-see Mint alternatives that manage everything from monthly bills to million-dollar portfolios.

Funny Money: How Much Can You Really Earn from Earn-as-you-surf Sites?

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Apps and sites like Swagbucks and MyPoints promise to pay you cash just for searching the Web, watching ads, or buying stuff you already need. Too good to be true? Or can you really pick up some spending money with these “earn-as-you-surf” sites? You can, and I did!

Scottrade Review: A Friendly Online Broker for New Investors

Scottrade is one of our recommended brokers for young investors.

Want to open a brokerage account or IRA but are unsure where to turn? Scottrade offers a solid choice with $7 trades, no minimum opening deposit for retirement accounts, and over 460 branches around the U.S.