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The type of spending that gets you into debt
In our modern economy, money is a means to survival. You need to provide for your basic needs – a roof over your head, food ...
Cat Marnell’s dad once spent $62K to ‘fix’ her life
Murdering her own life cost a pretty penny. In a since-deleted tweet, Cat Marnell opened up about how much of her own money ...
Equifax could pay $700 million to settle with FTC over 2017 data breach, report says
Equifax Inc. could be close to settling state and federal investigations into the massive 2017 data breach that exposed the ...
Americans Are Saving Too Little for Retirement, No Matter How You Slice It
If you read Fidelity Investments’ latest “Retirement Analysis” report, you’d think that the average American is doing OK when ...
Who says bank advisers can't get along with robos?
When introduced a decade ago, robo-advisers were touted as automated tools that would quickly replace most financial advisers ...
5 Things To Think About Before Applying For An Online Mortgage
Online mortgages are becoming increasingly popular. While these loans are a good fit for some, they're not right for everyone ...
Disaster could be looming for retiree clients
Welcome to Retirement Scan, our daily roundup of retirement news your clients may be talking about. Disaster looms for ...
The Many Reasons To Rollover A 401(k) And The One Reason Not To
New “fiduciary” rules have recently made even the staunchest proponents of rolling over your 401 (k) to an IRA change their ...
Why FinTech Companies Keep Launching Their Own Banking Products
While anyone could purchase a Certificate of Deposit (CD) that paid over 5% APY just a decade ago, the average rate for a ...
Will Soft Retail Sales Growth Weigh On American Express' Q2 Results?
American Express (NYSE: AXP) is scheduled to release its second quarter results on July 19 and Trefis expects soft retail ...
I decided to organize my money using Marie Kondo's decluttering strategy, and ended up paying off $10,000 of debt
Marie Kondo has inspired us all to tidy up our homes, but I decided to extend her KonMari method to every aspect of my life. ...
How to Determine What You'll Receive in Social Security Benefits
Nearly half of baby boomers have nothing at all saved for retirement, according to a report from the Insured Retirement ...
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The 5 Things U.S. Investors Today Fear the Most
Despite a fairly stable economy and bull market, U.S. investors aren't totally secure in where they stand financially -- even ...
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Plaid introduces Liabilities to create debt-tracking apps, starting with student loans
Plaid has always been about helping developers build financial applications. Up until now that has involved standard checking ...
Have you heard of cognitive bias? It could cost you in retirement
The human mind is an amazing thing, but it’s certainly not infallible. Sometimes assumptions, misconceptions and biases shape ...
Higher Transactions Processed to Aid Visa (V) Q3 Earnings?
Visa Inc. V third-quarter fiscal 2019 earnings are likely to benefit from an upside in Data Processing Revenues. It forms ...
Martin Lewis: When is student loan written off? Can you avoid paying? Should you pay now?
Got a Summer Job? 3 Things to Do With Your Earnings
Working between college semesters gives you a great opportunity to make smart financial moves. Some college students take ...
20% of Young Millennials Are Neglecting Their Savings, Data Shows
We all need savings on hand for emergencies, as well as retirement. Yet 20% of millennials aged 22 to 28 aren't setting any ...
To Retire Sooner, Try These 4 Things
Whether you're 20 or 60, retirement can feel a long way off as you rise early for another day at the office. Saving enough ...
This JPMorgan Chase Business Segment Is Absolutely Booming
Banks are beginning to report their second-quarter earnings in a difficult interest-rate environment. Long-term interest ...
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Don’t always play safe with FD
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These 2 Charts Are Just About All You Need to Know to Become a Millionaire
There are an endless number of books, podcasts and talking heads that will sell you on their methods for gaining financial ...
Tinder in-app purchases no longer use Google Play Billing to avoid 30% cut
Google and Apple’s app stores have historically taken a 30% cut on all transactions as a means to recuperate hosting and ...
The Standard Hires Brian Anderson and Michael Schessler as Retirement Plan Consultants
PORTLAND, Ore.-- ( BUSINESS WIRE )-- The Standard announced the hiring of Brian Anderson and Michael Schessler as retirement ...
The majority of South Africans are now working into retirement
The majority of South Africans can no longer afford to retire, relying heavily on income from a salary because their pension ...
Travelling abroad? Here is how to stay away from the airport foreign exchange counter
The question I get to hear a lot, from frequent and infrequent international travellers both, is what they should do to get ...
A Holistic Look at Member Growth
According to the NCUA’s three regions, membership growth across the country was fairly evenly distributed year-over-year in ...
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5 Financial Problems Cryptocurrency Could Solve
Cryptocurrency has lately been a hot topic that’s dominating the headlines. One of the reasons it’s such a fascinating topic ...
Market returns no substitute for employer contributions in state pension funding gap
For the past nine years, revenue growth and strong investment returns have helped state pension plans. However, the gap ...
Five Star Credit Union Makes Big Move
DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) -- Five Star Credit Union is moving into the former Gander Mountain building. With the credit union being ...
The one South African tax-break you should know about
South Africans are not renowned savers-something that government acknowledged when it introduced a tax-free savings ...
Judge says individual assessments can be made around Personal Insolvency Arrangements
A High Court judge, in a significant decision concerning the effect of “reasonable” living expenses guidelines in Personal ...
The Best Tools to Help You Get Your Budget on Track
Keeping your personal finances in check is never easy, no matter what kind of budget you’re dealing with. There are multiple ...
WORLDVIEW: The biggest money mistake we all keep making
We all make plenty of mistakes when it comes to our money. But there’s one simple mistake that – in my opinion at least – is ...
Millennials agree on the best way to invest—but they're wrong
When it comes to investing their money, millennials aren’t turning to the stock market. A new survey from Bankrate asked more ...
Waterstone Mortgage promotes Chris Fleming to SVP of national sales
Waterstone Mortgage Corporation has announced the promotion of Chris Fleming to senior vice president of national sales. ...
Hilton Offers New Credit Card Points Bonus
Hilton Honors has renamed one of their American Express-branded credit cards and also rolled out a new, more generous bonus ...
UPI share in P2M payments rises to 34% in June quarter: Report
The share of Unified Payments Interface (UPI) in person-to-merchant (P2M) digital transactions rose to 34% in the quarter ...
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Retirees, Ask Yourself These 4 Questions Before Downsizing Your Home
Retirement is a major transformation in everyone's life. For some, it brings new experiences, new freedoms, and travel. For ...
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Reliance Industries Net Rises; Jio Profits Grow
Reliance Industries on Friday reported a near 7 per cent jump in consolidated net profit at Rs 10,104 crore for the quarter ...
Driving Mistakes That Raise Your Insurance Rates
Many factors can influence how much you pay for car insurance, such as your age, level of education, and place of residence. ...
Credit Union Liquidity: Déjà Vu All Over Again?
From 2012 to 2018, the aggregate credit union loan-to-savings ratio rose by almost 20 points, from 68% to 86%, its highest ...
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Personal Finance wrap: From financial advice for planning a sabbatical to gilt funds
Are you planning to take a sabbatical? We've got you covered! From financial advice for your sabbatical to FDI in insurance ...
Can Paul move to a larger condo, retire early, and still be able to set sail in a new boat?
As his 43rd birthday nears, Paul is thinking about his future. He’s single with no dependants. Short-term, Paul wants to move ...
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Zero Percent Financing a Good Deal?
Like siren songs luring unwitting buyers into dealerships, interest free offers really get shoppers’ attention. However, is ...
BQ Big Decisions: Which Government Retirement Scheme Is The Best?
The BQ Big Decisions podcast gets you the insight you need to make big money decisions with confidence. Financial advisers ...
3 smart things I would do with £1,000 right now
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This Week In Credit Card News: Protecting Healthcare Data; Mobile Banking Overtakes In-Person Visits
People are increasingly receptive to obtaining financial services from digital-only providers, including the big-tech firms. ...
Could Afterpay be the next big ASX banking blue chip?
Afterpay Touch Group Ltd (ASX: APT) is not what you’d think of as a typical ASX banking stock. Our beloved ASX banks like ...
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