Five Tips to Keep you Safe this Holiday Season

Due to inflation, global shipping and delivery rates have been affected, so it’s best to get ahead of your holiday shopping. While you might consider doing your last-minute shopping online, Tokenex advises you to keep your eyes open because cybercriminals can be...

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Five Ways to Prepare for the Holiday Season

The holidays are just around the corner and searching for a great deal for that special someone can get expensive. Thoughtful and memorable gifts do not have to break the bank. Allegecy says that the holidays do not have to cost an arm and a leg to make the day...

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Airline Prices Are Going Up, in More Ways Than One

Prices seem to be rising everywhere you look. From a dozen eggs to a gallon of gas, common products are more expensive now than they used to be. Even so, over the last decade until this year, airline prices were a notable exception to rising costs. According to data...

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3 Lessons I Wish I’d Learned Sooner About Booking Travel

Almost every trip teaches me something about myself, the world and what not to do next time. Here are three hard-won travel lessons that may help you learn from my mistakes. Cobbling together flights isn’t worth the savings Whenever possible, I book nonstop flights....

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Answers for Your HELOC Questions in 10 Words or Less

Pop quiz: How much home equity do you have? If you haven’t done the math in a while, that number may be bigger than you think. “There’s a record amount of equity out there right now,” says Molly Boesel, a principal economist at CoreLogic, a property information and...

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Do You Want It, or Are You Sad? How Feelings Affect Finances

When was the last time you made a sound decision while wiping away tears? Or shaking in fury? Or sweating with stress? Your judgment was probably off during those emotional moments. Maybe you said something you later regretted — or got bangs. Or maybe you tapped a...

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Learn About Your Money in Small, Manageable Steps

So, you want to learn more about your money and make moves with it. Go you. “That’s a moment of self-awareness that requires celebration,” says San Francisco-based financial coach Saundra Davis. And your timing is perfect, as April is Financial Literacy Month. This...

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Why a Home Warranty May Not Give You the Fix You Crave

Many homeowners are looking to home warranties for peace of mind, but to avoid unpleasant surprises, it’s important to understand the limits of what you’ve purchased. Many or all of the products featured here are from our partners who compensate us. This may influence...

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How to Score Points in the Credit Game

Credit scoring can feel like a frustrating game — falls can be sudden and swift, and climbing is a slow slog. In reality, “all scoring models and lenders are aiming to do the same thing, which is to minimize risk,” says Jeff Richardson, senior vice president of...

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