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Personal Finance 2020-04-15T20:07:00Z
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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 2020-04-16T14:26:00Z
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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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Tech 2020-04-20T20:18:18Z

Why the IRS website for checking on your $1,200 relief check might say 'payment status not available' — and what to do about it

Despite the issues, the IRS says its website is working flawlessly — and that 6 million Americans have already been paid.
Personal Finance 2020-04-20T19:47:32Z

Here's everything we know about saving money on car insurance during coronavirus

Car insurance is changing during coronavirus. Many insurers are offering refunds and flexible payment plans. But, don't cancel your coverage.
Personal Finance 2020-04-20T18:53:00Z

Getting rejected for a card is disappointing, but it won't harm your credit score in the long run

When you apply for a card, the issuer does a hard inquiry on your credit report, which can ding your credit score — but only for a few months.
Personal Finance 2020-04-20T17:47:44Z

There's a dead giveaway you should be using a high-yield savings account, according to a financial planner

If you have any cash that might be sitting around for a long time, you need to consider how to get that money working as hard for you as possible.
Personal Finance 2020-04-20T14:49:27Z

Here's the difference between a financial planner and a financial adviser

"Financial adviser" is a broad term used to refer to any professional advising you on your finances, up to and including certified financial planners.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-04-20T14:41:00Z

Here's the income you need to live comfortably in every state in the US

Reconsidering your living situation amid the coronavirus pandemic? It might be time to leave California, where the minimum "living wage" is $99,971.
Personal Finance 2020-04-20T14:06:00Z

5 tips to build an emergency fund from scratch, even if you don't have much extra money

Jump start your emergency fund savings using cash-back credit cards or bank sign-up bonuses. Then, save automatically each month.
Personal Finance 2020-04-19T16:13:00Z

I haven't slept soundly since I lost my job, but an extra $600 in unemployment benefits means I can feel less anxious and build my freelance career

The CARES Act provides an extra $600 a week in unemployment benefits to support workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Personal Finance 2020-04-19T12:23:00Z

I'm happy to spend my $1,200 stimulus check on my new puppy because he needs me — and so do our local businesses

With an abundance of time at home, it was finally the right moment to fulfill a dream and adopt a puppy — and stimulate the local pet-related economy.
Personal Finance 2020-04-18T20:20:00Z

How to find out if you have unclaimed money

If your state is holding on to money that belongs to you, it's due to a federally mandated process called escheatment.
Personal Finance 2020-04-18T20:19:00Z

9 reasons your stimulus payment might be delayed, and what to do about it

The IRS is working quickly to address delays in stimulus checks, but it hasn't yet provided solutions for every problem. Here's what we know.
Tech 2020-04-18T20:18:00Z

A second wave of robocalls trying to scam you out of your coronavirus relief check is coming

Exclusive data provided to Business Insider shows an 844% increase in malicious phone calls in March, as Congress finalized bailout details.
Personal Finance 2020-04-18T14:31:00Z

3 ways to pay down federal student loans that are in forbearance due to the coronavirus

Federal student loans are in forbearance. Should you keep making payments, put the money in a high-yield savings account, or cover other expenses?
Personal Finance 2020-04-18T12:55:00Z

I used a 3-part strategy to make my private college cost the same as a public university and allow me to attend my dream school

To get more scholarship money, I waited to accept the offer, asked for more money later in the admissions season, and looked more while in school.
Personal Finance 2020-04-18T11:09:00Z

My husband and I got our life insurance policies from Costco and couldn't be happier to pay $80 a month for peace of mind

No one wants to think about the possibility of dying young. But when you have kids, you kind of have to. And life insurance is the best protection.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T21:05:00Z

How to get a stimulus check from the US government, which could pay up to $1,200 if you qualify

You do not have to sign up or apply to get a stimulus check during the coronavirus pandemic. The process is automatic for most Americans who qualify.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T20:56:00Z

Watching my income dwindle has shown me the true difference between financial 'wants' and 'needs,' and how I should really be spending my money

"Particularly because I've lost some writing clients lately, it's a perfect time to focus more on my monetary needs than my wants."
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T20:45:20Z

Watching Australia get ravaged this year broke my heart, so I'm putting aside my savings from social isolation to travel there when I can

For those who are earning the same or close to what they were before, stay-at-home orders make it easy to save money without even trying.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T19:38:00Z

Some banks are taking stimulus checks for unpaid debt or fees. Here's what to do if it happens to you.

Four of the largest US banks have promised not to take people's stimulus checks for debt, but many Americans who bank elsewhere are still vulnerable.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T18:35:24Z

My income has dropped 72% since this time last year, but I'm following a financial planner's advice and putting as much money as I can into the market

By continuing to invest a set amount on a regular basis, you develop a good habit and get a lower average share cost.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T18:03:00Z

31 lenders that may help you with auto loan and lease payments in response to COVID-19

Worried about affording your monthly auto loan payments? These lenders are offering assistance to customers affected by the coronavirus.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T17:58:32Z

4 things to do now to make sure your savings will last through retirement

If you want your money to last, try to delay taking social security payments to get the maximum amount, take on part-time work, and be frugal.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T17:55:38Z

Now is not the time to refinance your federal student loans, says the CEO of a student-loan refinancing company

Rather than refinance your federal student loans to save money, you probably want to get federal aid from the CARES Act — because you can't do both.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T17:29:48Z

7 ways to earn points and miles without traveling, from maximizing credit cards to shopping online

By using a credit card that earns points or miles and utilizing bonus opportunities, you can keep working toward your next award flight
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T15:05:00Z

If you're worried about managing money in a recession, now is probably a good time to consider hiring a financial adviser

Two-thirds of Americans who work with a financial adviser say they feel financially prepared for a recession, compared to just 38% of those who don't.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T14:27:04Z

4 questions to ask yourself if you're thinking about closing your credit card with an annual fee

An intro bonus of thousands of points can make it easy to justify the annual fee in the first year, but after that you'll want to weigh other factors.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T13:27:00Z

Tally is a mobile app with a fresh approach to tackling credit card debt

If you have a lot of credit card debt and you could use some help organizing and prioritizing how to pay it off, Tally could be an ideal option.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T13:24:43Z

The Ally Interest Checking Account provides a competitive APY and overdraft protection for no monthly fee

The Ally Interest Checking Account offers a solid APY and overdraft protection, and there are no monthly fees.
Personal Finance 2020-04-17T12:59:40Z

Whole life insurance is an estate-planning tool that offers more than a death benefit, but it comes at a steep price

Whole life insurance is permanent and comes with a cash value component — two features you won't find with term life insurance.
Personal Finance 2020-04-16T21:02:00Z

If you have a Capital One Venture card, you can now redeem your miles for food delivery and streaming services

Through June 30, you can use Capital One's purchase eraser feature to wipe food delivery and streaming service purchases from your statement.
Personal Finance 2020-04-16T19:54:17Z

How to keep your credit score up when the economy feels uncertain

If you're worried your credit score could suffer right now, start making arrangements with lenders and checking your credit report.
Personal Finance 2020-04-16T19:53:39Z

I was earning next to nothing after college and worried about losing my job, so I used bank sign-up bonuses to build an emergency fund

She was worried about losing her job as the newspaper industry was collapsing and needed to build an emergency fund — fast.
Personal Finance 2020-04-16T19:51:01Z

Most Americans who request help from their banks right now get it easily, but too many don't even realize they can ask

An April 13 LendingTree survey shows 91% of people who asked for help with credit card and mortgage payments were approved by lenders.
Personal Finance 2020-04-16T18:22:13Z

An unsubsidized loan is a type of federal student aid that's available to all undergraduate and graduate students

An unsubsidized loan is a federal student loan that's available to all students who are enrolled at least half-time in an eligible school.
Tech 2020-04-16T18:00:42Z

Some Americans are saying their stimulus checks were sent to the wrong bank account

If you are expecting a payment check the IRS portal "Get My Payment" and verify with your bank that the payment was deposited.
Personal Finance 2020-04-16T16:57:00Z

3 reasons you'll thank yourself later for opening an airline credit card now, even though no one's traveling

Even if you can't travel now, earning miles with an airline credit card is a smart way to plan ahead and save money on your next trip.
Personal Finance 2020-04-16T16:00:00Z

A millennial who paid off $48,000 of student loans shares 3 steps for people who feel like they're drowning in debt

She paid off her student loans by writing out everything she owed, choosing a method to tackle that debt, and making sure to pay each month.
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