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Links We Love: Taking Charge of Your Retirement Fund at Any Age

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others around the web! This week we’re highlighting how to take charge of your retirement, what to do if your parents have NO retirement, practicing gratitude, unfair banking fees, three reasons why some of us suck with money, stupid beliefs even smart… Read More

12 Ways to Save $1,000 for Holiday Shopping in the 12 Weeks Before Christmas

Make your holiday shopping list now, even while you plan your Labor Day weekend barbeque. The holidays take a huge bite out of many families’ budgets but they don’t have to. And they most certainly shouldn’t put you into debt. With about four months to save, now is the time to look for creative ways… Read More

Links We Love: How to Keep Back-to-School From Breaking the Bank

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others around the web! With back-to-school season in full swing, this week we’re highlighting how to keep back-to-school from breaking the bank, leaving college with less student loan debt, a new school resource for parents and kids (from the CFPB) and how… Read More

Save on Healthcare Costs With Free Wellness Checkup & Preventative Care

The Affordable Care Act, also called Obamacare, affects all health plans in 2014, not just those purchased on the healthcare exchanges. Whether you have an employer sponsored plan, a private catastrophic plan, a student college health plan, Medicare or a new marketplace plan—all health insurance plans must comply with the Affordable Care Act’s provision for… Read More

Links We Love: Would Your Life Change If You Became a Millionaire Overnight?

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re highlighting a story about winning a windfall –how would your life change if you became a millionaire overnight?–as well as advice on how to tell your kids “no” when it comes to spending money, creative… Read More

7 Smart Ways to Save Big on Back to School Shopping

An average family with children in grades K-12 will spend about $669.28 on apparel, shoes, supplies and electronics and $916.48 for college students. That’s five percent more than last year according to the National Retail Federation. And, that can compound quickly the more children you have. Want to buck that trend? Take the time to… Read More

Links We Love: 28 of the Biggest Money Wasters

Taking a look at the best personal finance news, tips and advice from others on the web! This week we’re highlighting 28 of the biggest money wasters according to real people (on reddit!), why the “fear of missing out” and “you only live once” philosophies are keeping you from getting rich, the surprising link between… Read More