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Essential Financial Habits of Successful Young Professionals

You don’t have to be born with a silver spoon in your mouth. You can buy one of your own. But it’s up to you to make it happen. For most of us (the infamous 99 percent, I guess), financial success does not occur spontaneously. Rather, it must be created, cultivated, designed. Secrets to financial

This Week in Money News: When You Should Buy in Bulk

How to gauge money habits on a first date, when to buy in bulk and determining your kids allowance—it’s all in this week’s top stories from around the web.

Links We Love: You Can’t Put a Price on Love

Taking a look at the tips and advice from others on the web!

Is Free Shipping Really Worth It? What to Know Now!

As competition among online retailers heats up, consumers have come to expect free shipping. In fact, Internet Retailer reports that 64 of the top 100 retailers in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide offer some sort of free shipping, which may include a minimum order amount or require the use of a promo code. UPS

This Week in Money News: How to Maximize Your Credit Card Rewards

How to maximize your credit card rewards, stay stress free over the holidays and tell if you’re an over spender —it’s all in this week’s top stories from around the web. Credit Card Skimmers Aren’t Just at ATMs Anymore: “It used to be that you only had to be paranoid about credit card skimmers when

5 Surprising Strategies to Prevent Self-Gifting

One for you, one for me… When you’re out shopping for holiday gifts, do you tend to pick up several things for yourself, in addition to all the presents you’re placing wrapped under the Christmas tree? If so, count yourself amongst the throngs of shoppers doing the same. A study conducted by the National Retail

It’s Open Enrollment Season! 4 Strategies to Lower Your Healthcare Costs

Medical and Health Care Costs

It’s open enrollment season—the time where employers present workers with their health insurance options for the next calendar year. If your expected costs for 2013 are higher than what you’re currently paying, don’t be surprised.

This Week in Money News: Learn Something New – For Free

From deciding if you should hire a housekeeper to how to learn something new for free and save money at the supermarket — it’s all in this week’s top stories from around the web.

Cancelling Cable—Without Changing Your Viewing Habits

How much time do you spend in front of the TV? According to the ratings company Nielsen, the average American spends a whopping 20 percent of their day watching television. But this doesn’t necessarily mean you’re viewing it on a traditional screen—or even that you’re a cable or satellite television subscriber.

5 Easy Ways to Make Yourself Contribute to Your Savings

Regardless of how much money you earn, and regardless of your personal monthly budget, there are several ways to ensure that everyone can afford to save on a regular basis.

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