Tourist attractions may be jam packed with visitors, but these places are attractions because, for one reason or another, they’re definitely worth seeing. Whether it is history, tradition, or entertainment, these places have something to offer everyone. These attractions are popular destinations with people heading out of town this summer. You’ve probably heard the term [...]

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5 Free Summer Date Night Ideas

Posted by Kristen

Many times when someone is trying to save money or get out of debt, they instantly think that their social life will have to suffer. But if you just get creative with things to do and places to go, it doesn’t have to limit your fun at all. Dating does not have to be cut [...]

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Insurance is one of those necessary expenses in life. Perhaps we don’t like to see hundreds of dollars every month go towards premiums that we may not have submitted a single claim on (I don’t know about you, but I am grateful to not have submitted a claim on several types of the insurance we [...]

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This month we focused our finances on generating passive income, cutting our electric bill, following up on the Nest savings, picking up a Motif bonus, and reviewing questions couples should ask before marriage. If you missed the most popular finance tips this month, here’s a quick overview: This Month’s Most Popular Tips: June 7 Passive [...]

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We recently covered the Capital One 360 $25 Sign Up Bonus for adults. Something that sets Capital One apart from other online savings accounts is the ability for kids and teens to earn a sign up bonus. Kids can earn a $25 sign up bonus when they open a savings or bank account. We opened [...]

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In order to be a successful investor, one has to learn how to buy low and sell high. This can be hard since many of us allow for our emotions to get involved. As a result, we tend to buy high and sell low. But even when the buy low, sell high strategy is followed, [...]

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Almost every single financial topic I write about, research, track, measure or explore always comes back to one program that I use on a daily basis: Quicken. I use it to track every financial move I make and it’s a tool I couldn’t live without. I highlighted my transition from MS Money to Quicken years [...]

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3rd quarter cash back is here and it’s focused on gas and hotels! It’s time to reevaluate the cards you are carrying to take advantage of the best 3rd quarter 2014 cash rewards credit cards bonuses. Every quarter we reevaluate the cash back cards to make sure we get the highest cash back on each [...]

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Recently I covered the first of my three current favorite sign-up bonuses, which reader Norm asked me about. Today it’s time for the next one, the $500+ sign up bonus on the Citi ThankYou Premier Card. And for those who always ask, my other two favorite sign up bonuses right now are the Barclaycard Arrival [...]

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One of my very first sign up bonuses over a decade ago was through ING Direct. ING was acquired by Capital One and guess what? They still offer the same $25 sign up bonus when you open a savings account! The Capital One 360 Savings account bonus is still one of the easiest $25 around! [...]

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