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  • Here’s a breakdown of the Social Security changes for married couples
    finance
    Nicole Goodkind 20 hours ago

    Here’s a breakdown of the Social Security changes for married couples

    After working and paying into Social Security for 40 years retirees can expect to get a check from the government each month. Congress viewed these popular claiming strategies as a financial drain that largely benefited wealthy couples who could afford to put off collecting Social Security and moved

  • Airlines now have to refund fees for delayed bags
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    Brittany Jones-Cooper 20 hours ago

    Airlines now have to refund fees for delayed bags

    A new law makes it mandatory for airlines to refund baggage fees for delayed bags. Specifically, airlines must refund baggage fees automatically if luggage is delayed 12 hours after a domestic flight arrival or 15 hours after an international flight. On its website, the airline states that passengers

  • 5 smart money moves in your 40s
    finance
    Rick Newman 2 days ago

    5 smart money moves in your 40s

    The housing market is healthy again and you still have plenty of time to build equity—which you’ll need in retirement. A few years without car payments will free up money for your house, which is a better thing to spend it on. If your house doesn’t need anything, pump extra cash into your retirement

  • These 3 very different apps helped me actually save money
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    Daniel Roberts 3 days ago

    These 3 very different apps helped me actually save money

    Acorns has raised nearly $62 million in funding since it launched in 2012, and it is by far the best known of the three apps I used. The app works by rounding up your spare change (that is, the difference between a transaction total and the next whole dollar amount) and investing it in a portfolio of

  • 16 states with tax-free weekends for back-to-school shopping
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    Brittany Jones-Cooper 3 days ago

    16 states with tax-free weekends for back-to-school shopping

    In July and August, 16 states will host tax-free days where sales tax is temporarily suspended. In many cases, the tax exemption can be applied to clothes and supplies costing less than $100 per item. A 2015, survey from SheerID and Agile Education Marketing revealed that teachers spend an average

  • In search for a better life, this student chose community college over debt
    finance
    VANESSA SANCHEZ 4 days ago

    In search for a better life, this student chose community college over debt

    Moving to the United States got Pineda one step closer to her dream of obtaining a college degree, but she faced the huge hurdle that many prospective students do—the expensive cost of higher education. According to College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees at a private four-year college for

  • Low-cost renovations that you’ll love in your kitchen
    finance
    Jeanie Ahn 7 days ago

    Low-cost renovations that you’ll love in your kitchen

    In the magazine’s August issue, DiClerico reports that a kitchen redo should cost 5% to 15% of a home’s total value. With all that you’re able to save, you’ll have quite a bit more to spend on the meals you’ll be cooking up in your new kitchen.

  • 4 simple steps to take before you invest in the stock market
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    Brittany Jones-Cooper 8 days ago

    4 simple steps to take before you invest in the stock market

    The problem is that I didn’t know where to start, and the money ended up sitting in my account for a month because I was too intimidated to dip my toe into the murky stock market waters. Dani Pascarella is the CEO and Founder of Invibed, a site that makes personal finance accessible for millennials.

  • Krazy Coupon Lady’s all-time favorite in-store hacks at Target, Costco, Ikea and more
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    Jeanie Ahn 9 days ago

    Krazy Coupon Lady’s all-time favorite in-store hacks at Target, Costco, Ikea and more

    To find out how to snag the best in-store shopping hacks, we invited Joanie Demer and Heather Wheeler, founders of the popular couponing blog, The Krazy Coupon Lady, to join us in our studios. Of all the retailers listed on the site, Target (TGT) is one of Krazy Coupon Lady’s favorites because of all

  • The surprising reason more cars broke down in 2015 than ever before
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    Brittany Jones-Cooper 9 days ago

    The surprising reason more cars broke down in 2015 than ever before

    According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), more cars broke down on the side of the road in 2015 than in any other year. In fact, AAA says dead batteries, flat tires and key problems contributed to 32 million drivers needing to pull over and call for assistance. You might think your high-tech