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The Simple Math Behind Social Security

by Michelle Dash

Ever wonder how social security is calculated? It’s not just an academic exercise. Understanding how the Social Security Administration calculates your retirement benefits can help you maximize your monthly check. I have exactly one friend who enjoys talking about money — you know, who actually likes discussing 401(k)s, saving rates, and taxes. Well, she recently […]

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A Review of Aspiration Summit Checking Account

by Michael Pruser

Aspiration Summit checking account offers a unique blend of features. From an excellent interest rate to virtually no fees, Aspiration is ideal for consumers looking to be treated fairly by a bank. Read our Aspiration Summit checking account review for all the details. In the world of cash back and interest rates, I try to […]

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10 Easy Ways to Save Money

by Luke Landes
Saving strategies for the real world

This year, I’ve spent more money than ever. I’ve been able to swing these extra expenses — including lots of fun new gadgets I’d put off buying for years — without hurting my budget. But now, I’m ready to pull back and start ramping up my savings again. We all know that Americans are generally […]

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A New Bank of America Perk: Free Museum Passes

by Abby Hayes

Bank of America has a long history of supporting the arts through philanthropy and raising awareness. But they’re stepping up their game in 2017 with their Museums on Us program. This program allows qualifying Bank of America members to get into local museums for free on certain weekends, through the rest of this year! Here […]

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Capital One Spark Business Checking Account Review

by Michael Pruser

I created my small business in 2010. One of the very first things I did was sign up for a business checking account. Living in Miami at the time, there was a brick-and-mortar Citi location just a half block away. So, that is the bank I signed on with. The “green” business checking account was […]

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A Complete List of Sales Tax Holidays in 2017

by Abby Hayes

Sales tax holidays are a surprisingly great way to save money, especially during the back-to-school shopping season. On specific dates, states do not require merchants to charge customers sales tax. Even if sales tax seems like a minor line item in your budget, it can make a big difference. Sales tax holidays are an excellent time […]

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Are Cash Back Websites Really Worth the Hassle?

by Adam Luehrs

You’ve probably seen at least a few of your friends brag about their coupon-clipping triumphs and bargain-hunting victories all over social media throughout the years. However, it suddenly seems like everybody has moved past sales and coupons into the world of cash back websites. What’s the hype? These websites offer a very tempting service by […]

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How to Get the Best Deals on Amazon Prime Day

by Stephanie Colestock

Starting last night, Amazon’s 3rd annual flash sale, called Prime Day, went live. The big event runs for 30 hours, ending at 3am EST on Wednesday, July 12. So, shoppers still have plenty of time to take advantage of hundreds of huge deals on the site. So, what is Amazon Prime Day, and how can […]

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How to Travel On a Budget

by Stephanie Colestock

Travel is the one thing you can buy that makes you richer.   -Anonymous Do you dream of sandy white beaches and daquiris in the sun? Maybe your ideal getaway is a cabin in the mountains, instead. Or perhaps you’re the type who would rather backpack through Italy, eating your weight in pasta and visiting the […]

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Do You Really Need to Buy Travel Insurance?

by Adam Luehrs

Traveling to another state, or even to a foreign country, means experiencing a new culture, meeting new people, and making memories that can last a lifetime. It can also mean visiting a hospital in a place where you don’t have any type of medical coverage or being stranded at an airport without your luggage. This […]

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