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I opened a high-yield savings account at a separate bank to earn up to 200 times more on my money, and I liked it even more than I expected

I liked that my high-yield savings helped my money grow, and that keeping it in a separate bank made it less tempting to use for impulse purchases.
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I used an expert-recommended strategy to pay off $40,000 of student loans, and 6 apps can help anyone do the same

Overwhelmed by debt and not sure how to get out from under it? Use these online tools to automate your debt payoff plan and simplify the process.
Sean, who goes by "The Money Wizard," has never stuck to a budget. (He is not pictured.)

5 ways to build wealth using a high-interest money market account, which pays up to 200 times more than the alternative

A money market account is a low-risk account with FDIC insurance, just like a savings account. It is not the same as a money market investment fund.

How to transfer money from one bank to another to combine finances or earn more interest

To transfer money from one bank to another, you can write a check, do a bank-to-bank transfer, perform an ACH transfer, or initiate a wire transfer.
Make sure to compare your options before choosing a student loan.

How to choose a student loan to get the money you need for college or grad school

To choose a student loan, you'll first want to figure out how much you need to borrow, and then which options are available to you at what rates.
If your debit card is lost or stolen, cancel it immediately.

How to cancel a debit card if it’s lost or stolen

While you're rarely liable for any fraudulent charges made on a credit card, your liability with a debit card depends on when you report it missing.
A high-yield savings account is a great place for a travel fund.

A high-yield savings account helps money earn up to 200 times more, and there are 5 times using one is a no-brainer

A high-yield savings account is a good place to store money for short-term needs, like emergencies, travel, a down payment, or a wedding.
Paying off student loan debt is hard, no matter which strategy you use. The author is not pictured.

I paid off $40,000 of student loans in 2 years thanks to a math-based strategy I’d recommend to just about anyone

Wondering how to get out of student-loan debt? Consider the debt-avalanche strategy, which helped one man pay off his student loans in two years.
Working for yourself means your income is unpredictable. The author is not pictured.

I spent my whole life working for a salary, but now that I’m self-employed I use a 3-part strategy to manage my inconsistent income

For the first time in my life I don't have a consistent weekly salary, which makes it much harder to budget and plan ahead.
High-yield savings accounts are a great tool to help you earn more on your money — but they don't avoid taxes.

A high-yield savings account can earn up to 200 times more on your money — but don’t forget those earnings are taxed

Taxes on savings account interest is pretty simple. If you earned more than $10 in your high-yield savings account, you'll owe some income tax.