The Chase Ink Plus Business refer a friend bonus is back! For the next two weeks the Chase sign up bonus is 60,000 points; normally it’s 50,000 points. It’s one of my favorite bonuses, since you can pair it with a referral for even more points! It’s a big Free Money Friday! How to Get […]

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I’m a big fan of diversifying your income. This week our finance tips highlight the success of multiple streams of income, saving money, a new crowdfunding idea and more! Featured Finance Tip Self-Made Millionaires Have Their Eggs in Many Baskets – 65% of self made millionaires have three streams of income. -Rich Habits Finance Tips […]

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If you’re in the time of your life where all your friends seem to be getting married en masse then you could easily spend a small fortune on wedding gifts. Here are some personal and frugal ideas that will be appreciated by the bride and groom without breaking the bank. (Photo Credit: pandameixiang/Flickr) Creative and […]

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Seven years ago readers shared their favorite financial tips for new graduates. There were a total of 88 incredible tips for new grads! While some things change over the years, some things stay the same. Financial advice for new grads is apparently timeless. Christy summed up a lot of the advice with: Stay out of […]

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According to the US Census Bureau, the number of unmarried adult couples has greatly increased over the past 50 years. Nowadays, it is more socially acceptable to move in together before getting married and more and more people are thinking twice about marriage. Many of the people that are thinking twice about marriage are doing […]

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I just checked in on my Motif account that I opened last summer. If you haven’t taken advantage of the Motif offer, Amanda previously highlighted that Motif has a program to create your own investment fund and earn a royalty check as one of her 7 Passive Income Ideas to Make Extra Money. One of […]

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This month our most popular finance tips were finding ways to save money on DIY home renovations, avoiding comparing yourself to others, paying taxes with a credit card, buying a second home, redeeming rewards for an emergency and foolish money mistakes. If you missed the most popular finance tips this month, here’s a quick overview: […]

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Have you noticed that interest is not interest is not interest? There are so many different types of interest rates for finances that it gets a bit confusing (even for me). Honestly, before writing this article I didn’t know what each type of interest rate meant. For example, what is the difference between an APR […]

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Are you struggling to find ways to deal with your student loans? We highlighted several ways that you can get rid of your federal student loans without paying them all off yourself in How to Get Rid of Your Student Loans (Without Paying Them Off). (Photo Credit: jjinsf94115) How to Get Your Student Loans Forgiven […]

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Do you give your children an allowance, or plan to do so in the future? I remember one of the coolest times in my childhood: when we began to get an allowance. It was $5 a week, and boy did we earn it. Then again, who doesn’t “earn it” on a dairy farm? Most days […]

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