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Not many of us will find ourselves in the position of buying a house with cash. But it’s not outside the realm of possibility. Whether you’ve saved up money in a bank account or actual, physical cash to buy a home, though, things can get complicated.
You've just learned that a retailer is having financial trouble and you have their gift cards. Here's what to do with those gift cards from a store that may go bankrupt.
APR vs. APY: While the seem similar, there's a big difference between annual percentage rate and annual percentage yield. Here's what you need to know.
The debt avalanche is the fastest and cheapest way to pay off you debts. But is it always the best way? Sometimes the debt snowball may be better.
Interest only mortgage payments appeal to many because of the low monthly payment. But are they a good way to go? We list the pros and cons.
It's possible to make good money from home taking online surveys. To help, we've assembled 21 of the best paid survey sites.
Quicken online is gone. But there are plenty of great options. Here are the 3 best Quicken alternatives (and #1 is totally free).
The best budgeting software can make managing your money easy and dare I say enjoyable. Here are our top picks for budgeting apps.
Mint.com Review: We dive into the details of this popular online budgeting app to see if it can help you manage your money.