How to Decide Which Credit Card to Swipe for Every Holiday Purchase

A lot of us spend a lot of money during the holidays: air travel, presents, new clothes, dinners out, dinners in, office potlucks, school parties, and so on.But we can also earn at...

What to Do If Someone Takes Out Student Loans in Your Name

Photo: Leah Kelley from PexelsIdentity theft comes in many forms, one of which could include someone taking out student loans in your name. Wouldn’t that be a nice surprise!As the average student...

How to Deal With a Manipulative Coworker

At one of my first “real” jobs, I was on a project with a group of workers who were notoriously manipulative. I buddied up with someone who seemed easygoing, though. During a meeting,...

May’s Money Challenge: Save Money on Interest

With our year long Ultimate Money Challenge, we’re challenging readers to a different personal finance...

Habits That Give You Good Credit Can Still Be Bad For Your Finances

You know credit matters, and you’ve even learned some tricks for boosting your score. One final lesson everyone should learn about credit, though, is that what’s good for your credit score isn’t always...

Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage or Invest Your Extra Money?

Each Monday we’re tackling one of your pressing personal finance questions by asking a handful of money experts for their advice. If you have a general question or money concern, or just want...

Your Taxes Are Due Monday If You Filed an Extension

Image: rawpixel on UnsplashProcrastinators, your time is up: If you didn’t file your 2017 taxes in April, Monday is your extension deadline.Failing to file by Monday means you’ll accrue a five percent...

Hack Your Finances in One Day: A Beginner’s Guide to Money Management

Illustration by Angelica Alzona.  You know it’s important to get your money under control if you ever want to get out of debt, go on awesome vacations, or retire someday. The problem is,...

The Banks With the Most Customer Complaints

Whether it’s ridiculous fees or just terrible customer service, sometimes it’s worth breaking up with your bank. LendEDU looked at data from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to find the best and...

How to Apply for a Credit Card With No Credit Score

Let’s say you started your first job and you want to open a credit card account but you don’t have a credit score yet—or you do have one, but it’s low. What do...

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