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PayPal alternatives like Dwolla and Venmo give you options to pay friends or collect money.

Beyond PayPal: Online Apps That Get You Paid

Need to cover your share of the rent? Or pay back your buddy for putting those concert tickets on his credit card? With peer-to-peer payment apps, paying back friends and family members is as easy as sending a tweet. PayPal rules, but worthy alternatives abound. Beware, though: These new systems are not without risk.

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How To Rebalance Your Portfolio

Even if you’re a passive, buy-and-hold investor, you should rebalance your portfolio at least once a year. Here’s how.


Rolling Over Your 401(k) Is Annoying (But You Should Do It Anyway)

Rolling over your 401(k) after you leave an employer is essential. Actually doing it, however, is a pain. Follow these steps to take some of the sting out of the process.

Credit & Debt

Debt Hangover? 6 Tactics To Pay Off Credit Card Debt Fast

Christmas cheer is a distant memory, but your credit card debt is still around. Get the tools you need to get out of credit card debt fast.

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Affirm Lets You Finance Big Purchases Without Credit Cards

An alternative to credit cards and personal loans, Affirm lets you finance large purchases from select merchants at the point-of-sale. Here’s how it works.

Real Estate

How Much House Can You Afford?

Shop for your new home the smart way! Learn how to calculate how much house you can afford before hitting that open house or applying for a mortgage.


Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early?

Getting rid of debt is a good thing, right? In most cases, yes. But paying off your mortgage early comes with risks. Here’s how to decide whether paying off your mortgage early is right for you.