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I was too scared to invest during the last recession, but I won’t be making that mistake again

Back in 2008, the author was working as a cashier and was afraid to put any of her disposable income into the stock market.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in Tennessee?

For the best cheap car insurance in Tennessee, compare quotes from USAA or Tennessee Farmers Bureau.
He got life insurance before he ever needed it. The author is not pictured.

I signed up for $1 million of life insurance before I ever had kids, and I’d tell any 20-something to do the same

Even if you don't have dependents today, signing up for life insurance early can save you hundreds of dollars per year on premiums.
Seattle, Washington.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in Washington?

Washington drivers should try USAA or State Farm with good credit, or GEICO if they have poor credit.
Refinancing a mortgage can help you access some of your home's equity.

How to refinance your mortgage and save money every month

Refinancing a mortgage can help you secure a lower mortgage interest rate, reduce your monthly payments, or access some of your home's equity.

75% of Americans don’t have a high-yield savings account — and they’re leaving free money on the table

About 75% of Americans surveyed don't have a high-yield savings account. Many think they have high minimum deposits, or don't know what they are.
Richmond, Virginia.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in Virginia?

According to Consumer Reports data, Virginia drivers with good credit scores should get quotes from USAA and Nationwide, and for poor credit, GEICO.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in New Jersey?

Car insurance in New Jersey isn't cheap. But, drivers can save with GEICO, USAA and Travelers, and shop around to get their best rate.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in North Carolina?

GEICO Government Employees and USAA car offer the best car insurance rates in North Carolina, along with North Carolina Farm Bureau and Nationwide.
The FIRE movement is largely a numbers game.

There are 3 main types of early retirement, and the only difference is how much you spend

LeanFIRE is when someone has saved up 25 times their annual expenses and lives on a "lean" budget, spending less than the average American.