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The Kardashian-Jenners are known for their luxurious vacations.

From luxury yachts to private beachfront mansions: this is how much it costs to vacation like a Kardashian

The Kardashian-Jenner family love to indulge in luxurious vacations. We looked into how much it would cost to travel, eat, and stay like a Kardashian.

Mounting recession fears have pushed consumer sentiment to the 2nd-lowest level of Trump’s presidency

Trade concerns were cited by 33% of all consumers in the weeks after Trump said that he would slap tariffs on all remaining imports from China.

The 7 most expensive things you’ll ever pay for, according to financial planners

Houses are the biggest expense, but CFPs mentioned things like health insurance, taxes, and even furniture as the most costly things Americans buy.
In these 15 states, retirees can expect to see $1 million in retirement funds last at least 21 years.

The 15 states where $1 million in retirement savings will last the longest

Want to stretch your retirement savings? A cool $1 million in retirement savings will last at least 21 years in each of these states.
Here's how the Apple Card looks once you start making purchases.

Your Apple Card changes colors depending on what you buy — here’s how it works

Getting a visually pleasing bird's eye view of your credit-card purchases is easily one of the coolest features of the Apple Card.

How to look rich when you aren’t, according to ‘Queer Eye’ star Tan France

'Queer Eye' star Tan France says his clothes fooled his husband into thinking he was wealthy. He shops at four stores for his best budget looks.
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The 6 biggest money mistakes in my 20s taught me the spending lessons I live by in my 30s

Who among us emerged from their 20s without a single mistake made? Not many. These 6 mistakes are life lessons we can all live by.
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I dreaded starting a budget because I thought it was all about cutting back on things you love, but it turns out I was completely wrong

Your budget is meant to serve your lifestyle, not to restrict it. It's all in the way you set it up.
The old-fashioned way to buy a car.

5 things that get cheaper when the Fed cuts interest rates

Borrowers may see interest rates down on credit cards, variable rate student loans, auto loans, small business loans, and home equity lines of credit.
The author, Sarah Wells, and her boyfriend.

My boyfriend and I make $55,000 in one of the most expensive cities in the US — here’s how we live and what we spend money on

Seeking financial stability as an early twenty-something is no easy task. Here's how one couple does it in Boston.