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Americans Are Finally Paying Off Credit Card Debt — How to Join Them
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Americans are finally paying off their credit card debt, and card issuers are scrambling. Here's how to turn the tables on your credit card companies.

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Arrangements for Pet Care After Death of Owner
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We know your pets are part of the family, which is why it’s important to make plans for pet care after death of owner. Although it’s tough to think about it, having arrangements in place will give you the peace of mind you need to ensure that your pet has the same type of loving […]

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6 Reasons to Invest in Fixed-Income Securities Such as Bonds
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Why should you invest in fixed-income securities, and how should you invest in them? Learn more here about their predictable return.
Examining the Different Types of Student Loans
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With the average annual cost of college for the 2020-2021 school year $10,560 for public four-year in-state and $37,650 for private non-profit four-year schools, it’s not uncommon for students to use loans to help pay for their education. The two major umbrellas to consider are federal student loans and private student loans. Federal student loans […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Social Security Survivor Benefits
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When a loved one dies, the financial fallout to deal with often adds to your grief. In some circumstances, Social Security survivor benefits can fill part of that void. As of June 2020, Social Security paid monthly survivor benefits to approximately 6 million people. But navigating the maze of Social Security benefits can be confusing, […]

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The Most Affordable MBA Programs to Help Avoid Student Debt
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If your master plan involves climbing the corporate ladder you may be considering heading to grad school to get your MBA. It’s a serious investment—business school doesn’t come cheap. But an MBA could help you advance your career and increase your income potential by a fairly substantial amount. If you decide to go to business […]

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You Get the $250/Month Child Credit if Your Kid Was Born After This Date
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Parents, you’re probably getting a monthly cash infusion for each minor child during the second half of 2021. Monthly payments for the temporary extra child tax credits will start hitting bank accounts July 15. The credits, which are part of the American Relief Plan, provide an extra $1,000 for children ages 6 to 17 and […]

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How Much to Save for Retirement – Planning Strategies for Every Age
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How much should you save for retirement? Everyone's situation is unique and different, but here are some guidelines to follow.
Even 6-Figure Earners are Living Paycheck to Paycheck. How to Break the Cycle.
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No matter how much money you make, bad spending habits can have you living paycheck-to-paycheck. It’s a dangerous cycle — but you can break out of it. Here’s how.

This was originally published on The Penny Hoarder, which helps millions of readers worldwide earn and save money by sharing unique job opportunities, personal stories, freebies and more. The Inc. 5000 ranked The Penny Hoarder as the fastest-growing private media company in the U.S. in 2017.

Buying an Old House? – Common Problems, Hidden Costs & Benefits
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Thinking of buying an older house? While they come with charm and unique advantages, there are problems that you should be aware of.
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