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Millennials are stressed about all kinds of debt — mortgage, car loans, credit card, and student loans.
College dorms are so expensive that some parents are buying ‘kiddie condos’ for their teenagers to live in
Some parents put the money they'd spend on out-of-state tuition, room and board into local real estate — a "kiddie condo."
I earn 100,000 points and miles per year with minimal travel thanks to shopping portals and other tricks for maximizing my online shopping spend.
I bought my car in cash thanks to a savings strategy that took full advantage of my high-yield savings account
I'd have paid over $500 in interest over the life of a car loan. Instead, I earned over $350 by saving ahead in a high-yield savings account.
Open enrollment runs from November 1st to December 15th, but there are 2 possible ways to get health insurance if you miss it
For most states, open enrollment for 2020 coverage begins on November 1st and ends December 15th unless you qualify for a special enrollment period.
Group life insurance has some limitations. You can't customize your policy, take it with you when you leave, or choose between term and permanent.
A 28-year-old who paid off $102,000 in student loans used the debt snowball method to ‘make her loans fair’
She calculated that if she made monthly student loan payments as expected, she would be paying her loans until she was in her mid-50s.
I had to take on credit-card debt for my dog’s first emergency, but my new high-yield savings account keeps me from ever having to do it again
When their dog needed surgery this past spring, the family had enough money saved in their high-yield savings account to cover the $2,000 total.
When I became my family’s breadwinner, I took out $250,000 of life insurance for less than the cost of dinner every month
When I became the breadwinner, buying life insurance became more urgent. I set myself a deadline: I wanted to have life insurance by my 30th birthday.
Suburbs in states with no income taxes are the best places for wealthy families wanting to save on taxes, according to GOBankingRates data.