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Tips for Finding a Lost Bank Account
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Losing track of money might seem hard to imagine, but it’s actually not uncommon to forget about an old bank account or other source of money that is rightfully yours. It could be an account you opened a long time ago that, after one or two moves, became both out of sight and out of […]

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It’s Financial Literacy Month! Brush Up on Your Money Smarts
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What do you know about money? Just enough to pay the bills? Are you puzzled at where all your money goes each month, or are you confident about the financial decisions you make? April is Financial Literacy Month, a perfect time to reflect on your money knowledge — and build upon it. Financial literacy, by […]

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Tips & Tricks to Save for a Mortgage Down Payment
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Most people shy away from purchasing a home because of the down payment, a sizable amount that has to be paid upfront. Typically Lenders requires you to pay a down payment of between 10% and 20% of the home’s purchase price. The down payment can also be as little as 3.5% with an FHA loan, […]

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Expert stacking: How I earned $80 in cash back and rewards from one dinner – The Points Guy
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My girlfriend's birthday was in early March — shortly after indoor dining reopened in New York City.
The Points Guy: Why Chase Ultimate Rewards points have been my go-to redemption method during the pandemic – The Points Guy
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Like many TPG readers, the pandemic shifted my spending habits significantly. I wasn’t traveling as much and I was spending more time outside of the city. I
Where Americans Are Most and Least Financially Literate – 2021 Edition
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Individuals with higher levels of financial literacy tend to adhere to better financial practices – such as having an emergency fund and planning for retirement – and are also more likely to build wealth further by investing in the stock market. Many Americans, however, lack financial … Continue reading →

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Does Checking Your Credit Lower Score Lower It?
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When a lender checks your credit, it reduces your score by a few points. Does this happen when you check your own credit? Learn more here.
Can You Use A Credit Card To Pay Off Your Student Loans?
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Making student loan payments with a credit card can be tempting. After all, if your credit card offers you rewards like points or miles, by putting your student loan payments on your card, you could be cashing in on points and scoring a free flight to Vegas, right? On the flip side, you might be […]

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TurboTax’s Experts Could Help You Take Taxes Off Your To-Do List — and Get the Most Out of Your Return
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Last year was a doozy, but your taxes don’t have to be. TurboTax has tax experts who can help you navigate your returns.

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UGMA vs. UTMA Account – Which Is Better to Save for My Child’s College?
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UTMA and UGMA accounts can be used to save for college. Each has different benefits and drawbacks. Learn more about them here.