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Taxes are due on April 15, 2020, for all income earned in 2019. If your income was less than $69,000, you can file your federal return for free.
Refinancing your car loan can lower your monthly payment, and LendingClub’s interest rates start at just 3.99%
LendingClub has been in business since 2007 and offers fixed-rate personal loans, auto loan refinancing, and more loan services.
I've earned over 1 million points and miles I've used to travel the world. Here are my tips for maximizing rewards with multiple credit cards.
The couple took a scalpel to their spending and lived on one salary to pay down their credit card debt — and it worked.
As credit card issuers change and devalue their points programs, some credit card users might debate the merits of opening a cash-back card instead.
Why I’m happy to keep paying an annual fee for the Chase Sapphire Reserve but will probably cancel the Amex Platinum
I've found it harder to get value of the Amex Platinum and the CitiBusiness/AAdvantage Platinum Select World Mastercard and will probably close them.
Here are some of the best small business credit cards of 2019 to separate your business and personal expenses while earning valuable rewards.
Small business owners who fly American Airlines should look twice at this credit card offer for 70,000 AAdvantage miles after qualifying purchases
The CitiBusiness/AAdvantage Platinum Select card is currently offering a welcome bonus of 70,000 American Airlines miles. Get it before it disappears.
I analyzed my husband’s 401(k) using a free online tool, and now we’re rethinking our retirement strategy
Retirement feels like a long way off for these young parents, but using Blooom to analyze their 401(k) helped them get serious about saving.
I have $11,861 saved in my health savings account, but I’m still paying health expenses out of pocket because I have much bigger plans for my HS...
You can withdraw HSA money anytime for qualified medical expenses, or you can carry over the balance from year to year, all the way into retirement.