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Personal Finance 2020-01-15T16:00:00Z
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Chase Sapphire Reserve vs American Express Platinum: Which premium credit card is right for you?

The Chase Sapphire Reserve and the Amex Platinum are two of the most popular — and rewarding — premium credit cards. See which one is best for you.
Personal Finance 2019-12-09T21:10:00Z
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The 9 best small business credit cards for maximizing your spending

Here are some of the best small business credit cards of 2019 to separate your business and personal expenses while earning valuable rewards.
Personal Finance 2020-01-07T18:43:00Z
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The best cash-back credit cards from Citi, Chase, Wells Fargo, and more — with input from 4 top experts

We pick the best cash back credit card of 2020, and the best alternatives that offer anywhere from 1-4% back. You can also earn sign-up bonuses.
Personal Finance 2020-01-27T14:56:00Z
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Personal Finance 2019-12-04T16:10:00Z
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American vs. Delta vs. United — we compared the 3 most popular airline credit cards

We compared the most popular credit cards from the big US airlines: American, United, and Delta. See if it's worth having an airline credit card.
Personal Finance 2020-01-29T19:58:00Z
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The Amex Platinum is available to active-duty servicemembers at no annual fee — but even with the fee, the credit card is a great value

Here's how active-duty US servicemembers can get the Amex Platinum Card's fee waived. The card offers a fantastic value and great travel benefits.
Personal Finance 2020-03-05T21:49:00Z

The best rewards credit cards for earning travel points, cash back, and more

The best rewards credit cards to open now. We break down the best credit card options for earning points, miles, or cash back in 2020.
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Executive Lifestyle 2020-03-05T18:42:00Z

Grimes and Elon Musk are officially having a baby in May. Here's how the eccentric CEO makes and spends his $39.5 billion fortune.

The billionaire Tesla and SpaceX CEO already has 5 children with ex-wife Talulah Riley. Fortunately, he also has $39.5 billion to take care of them.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-03-05T15:56:00Z

A high school teacher in Detroit bought a 'trashed' home in the city for $2,600 and got it into livable condition in less than 2 years. Here's how she did it.

In an interview with Business Insider, Deandra Averhart explained how she transformed the property and her biggest takeaways from the project.
Personal Finance 2020-03-04T22:01:00Z

6 creative strategies to deal with student loan debt

Student loan debt isn't just delaying major financial milestones. It's affecting the ability of debt holders to save at all.
Personal Finance 2020-03-03T18:38:28Z

5 money conversations I'm glad I had before getting married

We discussed how we would budget, pay for the wedding, manage retirement savings, and save for emergencies, as well as whether we wanted a prenup.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-03-03T17:37:00Z

Personal finance guru Suze Orman went from waitressing at 30 to retiring to her own private island. She insists you can, too, if you change your mentality on 'burnout.'

The author says you can feel "burnout" or you can change your attitude and spend on what you need, not what you want. That rules out expensive coffee.
Personal Finance 2020-03-03T15:06:00Z

9 'surprise' expenses that aren't actually a surprise at all

From wedding gifts to pet bills, there are some expenses in life that you just know are coming. Here's how to prepare for them.
Politics 2020-03-02T21:36:00Z

Former 2020 candidate Amy Klobuchar released 12 years of tax returns — here's how she makes and spends her money

Klobuchar's main income source is her government salary, but she also receives some royalties from her 2015 memoir "The Senator Next Door."
Personal Finance 2020-03-02T19:44:00Z

4 crucial lessons from 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad' that changed the way I think about wealth

When I read "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" in my 20s, I took away lessons on building wealth that I've carried with me through my life and career.
Personal Finance 2020-03-02T19:27:00Z

I don't get a paycheck for being a stay-at-home mom, but I still have a life insurance policy to protect my worth

"Every October we reassess the monetary realities of my early death, and every year, we decide to pay for my life insurance policy."
Personal Finance 2020-03-02T17:53:27Z

How to remove a hard inquiry from your credit report

A hard inquiry won't ruin your credit, but if there's a fraudulent inquiry on your credit report you'll want to get it removed ASAP.
Personal Finance 2020-03-02T16:40:00Z

8 things that could increase your chances of being audited, and how to avoid them

An accountant details potential triggers that will increase your chances of being audited this tax season, especially if you're self-employed.
Personal Finance 2020-03-02T15:49:00Z

The 'retirement savings waterfall' explains where your money should go to build the most wealth

Start saving for retirement by getting any available employer match to your 401(k), then putting money in an IRA and an investment account.
Personal Finance 2020-03-02T15:33:00Z

The Hilton Aspire card saved me more than $400 on food, checked bags, and oceanfront cabanas on my birthday trip to Aruba

The card essentially paid for itself in this one trip alone thanks to its various statement credits that covered food at the hotel and more.
Personal Finance 2020-03-02T14:58:00Z

A man who never earned 6 figures but still retired early wishes he'd done 2 things differently with his money

Tommy, an early retiree who runs the blog Leisure Freak, focused on paying off debt, maxing out his retirement accounts, and investing his savings.
Personal Finance 2020-03-02T14:33:00Z

The Bonvoy Boundless is the only Marriott card with a 100,000-point sign-up bonus — but it's ending soon

The Marriott Bonvoy Boundless card is offering a sign-up bonus of 100,000 Marriott points, but only through March 4 through the links on this site.
Personal Finance 2020-03-01T16:20:00Z

How to choose a savings account when you're overwhelmed by options

Wondering how to choose a savings account? Pick one that fits your priorities, helps your money grow with interest, and read the fine print.
Politics 2020-03-01T02:46:00Z

Here's everything we know about the net worth and personal finances of each 2020 Democratic presidential candidate

Tom Steyer dropping out of the race leaves Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg, worth an estimated $55.4 billion by Forbes, as the sole billionaire.
Personal Finance 2020-02-29T15:41:00Z

When I bought a new house, I didn't anticipate the biggest change to my budget: property taxes

Calculating the potential value of your house after you renovate and make improvements can help you anticipate your property taxes.
Personal Finance 2020-02-29T14:45:00Z

I'm a financial planner, and I can tell you why so many people struggle with getting their spending under control

So many people struggle with sticking to a budget and managing their spending because they start with the dollars and cents.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-28T22:01:00Z

Here's how Ellen DeGeneres became the highest-paid comedian in the world — and what she spends her $330 million fortune on

Comedian Ellen DeGeneres has spent and made millions flipping nearly 20 luxury homes since 2003. Take a look inside her fortune.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T20:47:04Z

I thought buying a charming colonial home was a dream come true, but there are 3 reasons I was wrong

Repairs on an old house are expensive — and a cozy space quickly felt crowded once a new baby joined the family.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T20:12:00Z

We broke down the differences between credit card points and frequent flyer miles — here's why you should be collecting both

While "points" and "miles" are often used interchangeably, they tend to be different things. Here's how they differ, and why you should earn both.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T19:40:00Z

If you have a Bank of America credit or debit card, you can access more than 200 museums in the US for free — here's how

The bank's Museums On Us program gets you free admission to participating museums across the US the first full weekend of every month.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T19:32:18Z

I'm a financial planner, and I can tell you what to do with your investments when the stock market dips: nothing

The spreading coronavirus has caused a market dip, but the best thing to do is leave your investments alone — you're in it for the long haul.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T17:26:21Z

What is a good interest rate for a car loan? The answer depends on your credit score

Car loan interest rates vary widely, and your credit score is the biggest factor. It could change your interest rate by 10% or more.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T16:55:00Z

Chase Offers can get you cash back with Cole Haan, TurboTax, and more just for having a card — here are some of the best deals available now

Chase Offers are cash-back deals at restaurants and retailers for Chase cardholders. Here are some of the best ones available right now.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T15:46:00Z

What 8 people wish they knew before retiring in their 20s and 30s

Early retirement may sound like a dream life, but some early retirees say there's more to financial independence than meets the eye.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T15:20:00Z

3 times you should consider refinancing your student loans, according to a financial planner

Refinancing student loans means taking out a new loan to replace your old ones, usually at a lower interest rate.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T14:51:00Z

7 surprise costs of owning a home that made me glad I'd been saving money

Take a look back at some of the times I had to pay for emergency home services, or at least float the cost temporarily before getting reimbursed.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T14:20:00Z

After years of procrastinating, a sentence from my stepmom changed the way I think about saving for retirement

My stepmom said saving for retirement is about understanding that the money you're putting aside isn't yours — it belongs to your future self.
Personal Finance 2020-02-27T21:13:00Z

A Southwest Airlines perk can get you almost two years of free companion plane tickets — and you can currently earn all the points you need with one sign-up bonus

The Southwest Companion Pass lets you bring a friend or family member on flights for free minus taxes and fees. Here's how you can earn it.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-27T20:49:00Z

What it's really like living in New York City on a $100,000 salary

New York City's sky-high cost of living and high taxes keep a six-figure salary from going as far as it could.
Personal Finance 2020-02-27T20:48:00Z

Any good business credit card will have these 5 benefits — from a high sign-up bonus to purchase protection

Not only does using a business credit card keep your work and personal expenses separate, but it also can help you earn even more rewards.
Personal Finance 2020-02-27T20:12:45Z

My son is only 6, but I've already taken 6 important steps to protect him financially

As a single mother, I've taken steps to make sure my son understands the role money can play in his future.
Personal Finance 2020-02-27T20:07:00Z

The best credit cards, whether you want travel rewards, cash back, or an intro APR offer

Our top credit card picks for various categories, from cash back and travel rewards to intro APR offers and options for those with bad credit.
Personal Finance 2020-02-27T19:15:00Z

Chase cash-back card face-off: Is the Freedom or the Freedom Unlimited a better pick?

Both cash-back cards have no annual fee, but they earn rewards differently. See which makes more sense for your spending.
Personal Finance 2020-02-27T18:46:12Z

I missed out on 401(k) matching in my 20s and it's cost me around $30,000

I spent most of my 20s in debt, working low-paying jobs and ignoring my savings account. However, none of those are my biggest regrets.
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