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Amazon Prime: Is It Worth the Cost?

by Charles Aquino
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In 2006, I was receiving about five deliveries a week from online shopping orders. What can I say? I was an online shopaholic. Amazon Prime was only a year old at the time, and I became tired of hoarding filler items in order to qualify for the $25 free shipping minimum. To me, receiving free […]

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Trump’s Childcare Plan: How the DCSA Will Affect You

by Stephanie Colestock

Whether you’re taking care of multiple children, a disabled spouse, or elderly parents, you’ve likely experienced the high cost of dependent care firsthand. With expenses from babysitters to after school programs, it can be difficult to stay ahead of all your other financial obligations while spending on dependent care. To help make dependent care more […]

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11 Ways to Start Preparing for the Holiday Shopping Pinch

by Abby Hayes
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Does your New Year usually start with a resolution to pay off all that debt you racked up during the holiday shopping season? If so, you’re certainly not alone. Holiday retail sales increased 3 percent in 2015, and many consumers carried that extra spending into the new year in the form of new debt. The key […]

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Today’s Best Bank Deals, Promotions, and Bonuses

by Stephanie Colestock
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When opening a bank account, there are a few things you should be looking for: low (or no) fees, the highest interest rates possible, and promotional bonus offers. With the latter, you can often score free money without doing anything extra, which is a win in my book. After all, promotional bonus cash is better […]

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Personal and Professional Development: 17 Hacks to Help You Keep Up

by Claire Millard

We all have those times when it feels like there aren’t enough hours in the day. Between juggling work responsibilities, being there for the family, and maintaining relationships with friends, life stretches us thin. Spending time on personal and professional development can feel like a luxury that we simply cannot afford. But in reality, most […]

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401(k) Contribution Limits for 2017

by Luke Landes

The 401(k) contribution limits and maximums are increasing in 2015, and there are other tax changes to 401(k) to note.

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A Review of the Personal Capital Financial Advisory Dashboard

by Kevin Mercadante
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Looking for a way to simplify how you manage your finances, from your spending to your credit cards to your investments? Personal Capital’s financial dashboard may be just the tool for you. This all-around financial management tool is easy to use, tracks all of your financial information, and offers investment advising, to boot. The free […]

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2017 Federal Income Tax Brackets and Marginal Rates

by Stephanie Colestock

As tax year 2016 comes to a close, your focus is probably on filing that tax return after the new year (remember that your deadline is April 17, 2017). The IRS may end up confusing some people, though, as they just released the tax brackets, deduction limits, and marginal rates for tax year 2017. Keep […]

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How to Budget for Annual Expenses

by Derek Brameyer
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Certain expenses can sneak up on you, especially if you don’t run into them too often. For example, a new passport costs $110, but renewal only comes around once every 10 years. Other recurring bills like property taxes, car registration, and insurance payments can also make an unexpected dent in your wallet when they pop […]

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33 Great Work-From-Home Jobs (That Are Legitimate)

by Abby Hayes
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A reader recently wrote in asking about part-time, work-from-home jobs. The good news is that these jobs are easier than ever to find. The bad news is that they may also be more competitive than ever! Telecommuting is becoming easier, as technology advances and businesses see the advantages of hiring a remote workforce. In fact, […]

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