I scream, you scream, we all scream for…extra cash (which you can then use to buy yourself some ice-cream if you’d like)! How to pull in extra cash is on many people’s minds. That’s because bringing in more money is a quick way to help whatever money goals you have, whether that’s saving for a [...]

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I mentioned a new card I was targeting in my $2,075+ Credit Card Application Spree. The Citi Double Cash card is essentially a 2% cash back card. I think 2% cash back cards are some of the best cards for everyday spending. It’s a good alternative since our 2.27% on our Barclaycard Arrival expired and [...]

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Walmart is back again with a new savings program that will hopefully lower the prices for thousands of families. Well, sort of. It’s not that they are lowering their prices through the Saving’s Catcher Program, but rather they are willing to pay you the difference between their price and a lower competitor’s price in the [...]

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The kids just went back to school, so it’s time for an application spree! Long time readers are familiar with many of my previous application sprees to sign up for a about a dozen of my favorite credit card sign up bonuses at the same time. It’s not for everyone, and it has to be [...]

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Last fall I received a text from my husband telling me that he was being let go and would be home soon. To be quite honest, he went through a lot of turmoil in the five years he was with his previous company, surviving a buyout by a larger corporation, several bosses, and less-than-ideal working [...]

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It’s Free Money Friday! TD Bank is offering you a bonus of $200 for their TD Easy Rewards credit card. However, as you’ll see below, it looks like it may only work for our East Coast readers. If you do qualify, it could be a good replacement for the Wells Fargo 5% Cash Back Credit [...]

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This month our favorite finance discussion topics were budget friendly cooking, purchases that keep costing your money, the Santander repeating bonus, becoming a billionaire, cutting your losses on Amazon, and things your homeowner’s insurance won’t cover. If you missed the most popular finance tips this month, here’s a quick overview: This Month’s Most Popular Tips: [...]

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What is a Stock Buyback?

Posted by Don

If you pay any attention to business news, you will no doubt hear stories on how so-and-so company is implementing a stock buyback program or how they are increasing the amount of their current stock buyback program. The question is, what the heck is a stock buyback program and as an investor, should you care? [...]

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College is an exciting time, but it can be hectic. Between classes, working, and spending time with friends, you may just miss out on great opportunities that are only available to you while you’re in school. Here are ten not to miss: Photo by: Sean MacEntee Free Things for College Students Career Center: From the [...]

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Most of us sit down sometime around the new year, organize our finances, and create a budget for the upcoming year. We plan out our expenses and how much we want to save. Then, many of us either put the budget aside and never look at it again, or we follow along, exactly as planned. [...]

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