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The best credit cards for international travel.

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

Planning on taking a credit card overseas? Make sure you pack the right plastic. Some cards tack on hefty fees for foreign charges and aren’t as widely accepted. We explain why having the right card matters and offer a few suggestions.

What To Do If Your Parents Need To Borrow Money From You

How To Help Your Parents Financially — Without Going Broke Yourself

One in five Millennials provide financial support to their parents, often by putting their own finances at risk. If you can afford to help your parents financially, here’s the right way to go about it.

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How To Get Over Your Fear Of The Stock Market And Start Investing 

The 2008 stock market downturn scared a lot of millennials away from investing. If fear is preventing you from investing your savings, it’s time to reconsider.

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Upstart provides personal loans -- no credit required.

How Upstart Gives Loans To Young Adults Without Credit Scores

Upstart provides personal loans, no credit required. Upstart is geared towards for college graduates with good jobs who can’t get approved for traditional loans or credit cards simply because they haven’t used credit long enough.


How Do You Know When You’re Ready To Buy A Home?

Buying a house is one of the largest financial decisions of your life; but how do you know when you’re ready to buy a home? 5 questions to help you find out.

The best online mortgage lenders: How to find a the best lender for you.

How To Find The Best Online Mortgage Lenders

Internet-based mortgage companies often offer the best mortgage rates, but who are you really working with? We show you how to find the best online mortgage lenders and discuss when it’s worth getting your mortgage online versus working with a local bank or broker.

Ten Ways To Shake Up Your 401k

The $1 Million 401(k): Investing Strategy For 20- and 30-somethings

Your 401(k) has the potential to make you a millionaire. Here’s a simple, 10-step 401(k) strategy for 20- to 30-year olds to help you get the most from your retirement savings.

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Diversifying your portfolio is harder than it sounds; here's what you need to know.

Don’t Lose Your Shirt To The Next Stock Market Bubble: The Easy Guide To Smart Portfolio Diversification

In theory, portfolio diversification is easy: Put your eggs in many baskets. Actually diversifying is harder than it sounds. Here’s what you need to know.

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Is My Car An Asset Or A Liability?

When calculating net worth, should you count your car as an asset? Yes, but only if you use a current — and realistic — depreciated value.

Pay Off Student Loans While Working Abroad

How I Paid Off My Student Loans In Three Years While Working Abroad

You don’t have to choose between world travel and paying off your student loan debt. How working abroad was the best thing that ever happened to my money.

What Does Homeowner’s Insurance Actually Cover

What Does Homeowners Insurance Actually Cover?

Homeowners insurance provides peace of mind…until your home incurs damage that isn’t covered by your home insurance policy. Learn what home insurance does and doesn’t cover.

Five Reasons Your Financial Planner Beats A Psychologist

Stressed About Money? Why You Might Need A Financial Planner, Not A Therapist

Financial planners aren’t just for people who have it all together. If money is stressing you out, the right type of financial planner might be able to help.


The True Cost Of Owning A Car

The longer you keep your car, the cheaper it becomes. Don’t believe us? Here are the numbers.

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Why Is My Credit Score Different Depending Where I Look?

When it comes to credit scores, there’s a lot going on behind the scenes. What you see on Credit Karma or your credit card statement probably isn’t the same thing a lender will look at when they pull your credit report. Here’s why — and what you can do about it.

The beginner's guide to travel hacking.

How to Start Travel Hacking: Fly for Little or Nothing (Even in First Class)

Four out of 5 people sitting in first class aren’t rich, they’re smart. Enter the world of travel hacking to score rewards flights and free first-class upgrades on most of your flights. It’s all possible. Here’s how to start.

Five Retirement Readiness Tips For Young Women

For Women, Life Can Get In The Way Of Saving: 3 Things You Must Do To Protect Your Financial Health

Women have a harder time saving money than men and are more likely to retire broke. But it doesn’t have to be that way!

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Can My Landlord REALLY Do That? A Guide to Renters’ Rights

Wait, can my landlord REALLY do that? Maybe not. All states give renters rights. If you rent an apartment, understand the basics of landlord-tenant law.

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How Skipping Just One Luxury Purchase A Year Could Earn You $100,000

Splurges aren’t always bad. But forgo just one luxury purchase a year and you’ll be astounded at how much your savings could grow.

4 Signs It's Time To Leave Your Job

4 Signs It’s Time To Leave Your Job

Jobs are like relationships: Even if they start out fun and exciting, they don’t always stay that way. But it’s not always easy to tell when you should stay and work it out — and when it’s time to leave.