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You can't invest in real estate without cash.

How to invest in real estate to build long-term wealth

If you don't have the cash to invest in real estate by buying a property, try investing in a real estate investment trust (REIT).
Getting caught texting and driving could wreck your insurance premium.

7 common driving tickets that could cause your car insurance bill to spike

Most traffic violations or accidents lead to an increase in the cost of your insurance premium, which could affect your rate for up to three years.
Wealthfront isn't messing around with its high-yield savings account.

Here’s how much $1,000 could grow over 5 years in Wealthfront’s high-yield savings account, which has the highest rates available right no...

Robo-advisor Wealthfront recently bumped the APY on its high-yield savings account to 2.57%. It requires a minimum opening deposit of just $1.
Disability insurance is your best tool for replacing lost income due to injury or illness.

Disability insurance can replace your income if you’re injured or too sick to work, but not everyone needs it

If you have dependents and rely on a steady paycheck to pay regular bills or stay on track financially, then you probably need disability insurance.
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.
An excellent credit score starts with paying every bill on time.

Here’s exactly what it takes to have an excellent credit score

An excellent credit score is anything above 800, according to the FICO model. People with excellent credit practice a few good financial habits.

How to consolidate your student loans to lower your interest rate and make a single payment every month

Consolidating student loans streamlines your loans into a single monthly payment, and can potentially give you a lower interest rate.
An insurance premium is akin to a monthly bill.

Every type of insurance has a monthly payment called a premium, and how much you pay depends on how risky you are

An insurance premium is the monthly or annual payment you make to an insurance company to keep your policy active.

I use Personal Capital to keep track of dozens of credit cards and bank accounts, and it’s the easiest option I’ve found so far

Personal Capital is user-friendly, it incorporates just about every type of account, and it neatly tracks your spending trends to suggest a budget.

6 times it’s smarter to use a personal loan instead of a credit card

Personal loans have have lower interest rates than credit cards, little impact on your credit score, and a structured repayment plan.