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Charles Aquino

How IFTTT Can Help You Manage Your Finances

In today’s age, we have a seemingly-endless number of tech resources to help us manage our lives. This holds true in our personal finances, as well —  it’s never been easier to track our money or see where it goes. We now have hundreds of tools at our disposal, which range from investment portals and […]

Mark Hull

How to Build Saving Habits With These 7 Apps

Popular wisdom once said that a new habit takes 21 days to become a permanent fixture in life. But according to one newer study, it’s actually closer to 66 days. I’m on a quest to find some powerful apps that will allow me to build a positive savings habit. If you have some bad spending […]

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Want to Retire Early? You Need to Cut Expenses Now

It seems that many people under the age of 50 are planning for (or at least dreaming of) early retirement. Making that happen, though, requires a concerted effort. You’ll need to save an outsized percentage of your income, and invest it consistently. You’ll also have to cut your living expenses, and probably by a lot. […]

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We All Buy Groceries — Here are the Cards That Will Earn You the Most Cash Back

We all have to eat. When it comes to things people buy most often, food has to be at the top of the list. So, it should come as no surprise that many credit cards offer incentives for grocery purchases, most in the form of cash back rewards. We researched the offers and assembled a […]

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6 Ways to Find The Awesome Jobs That Never Get Advertised

The jobs we see advertised, whether online or in the press, are merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what is actually available. In a competitive market, most employers know that they can hook candidates without spending cash on third party ads — leading to a vast majority of roles being filled […]

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How to Decide if an MNVO Will Save You Big Bucks

Are you tired of having to choose between Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, or AT&T? The first time I heard about the MVNO was during Podcast DR 007’s interview with Mr. Money Mustache (around the 27:00 mark). During the segment, Mr. Money Mustache revealed that he saved on his mobile carrier by switching to Republic Wireless, and had […]

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How to Make Money with Motif Investing for Beginners

If you keep up with financial happenings, you’ve probably heard about the new online brokerage, Motif Investing. You may have read about it in CNBC’s 50 Disruptor Companies of 2016 with its novel concept of investing in ideas. So, how exactly do you go about making money with Motif Investing? Here’s a beginner’s guide that […]

How to Become a Millionaire the Hard Way

In my weekly Forbes column I published an article on how to become a millionaire in under 20 years. There’s no mystery to it. Save a reasonable amount of money each month (maxing out a 401k will get the job done) and invest it wisely in low cost index funds. Done and done. And then […]

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Banks vs. Credit Unions — Which Is The Best Option?

Credit union versus a bank–which is best for you? It’s a question that is not easily answered. While there are significant differences between the two, there are also a lot of similarities. Whether a credit union or bank is best depends upon what is most important to you. Choosing between a bank or credit union […]

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How to Ensure Your Life Insurance Proceeds are Actually Tax-Free

If there is one thing most people “know” about life insurance — aside from the oft-repeated notion that almost everyone should have a policy — it’s that life insurance proceeds are tax-free. As with most generalizations about law and finance, though, this assertion is mostly true.  If you have life insurance, or are thinking about […]

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Cutting the Cord: How To Hack Your TV Budget

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American watches nearly three hours of TV a day. That adds up to a whopping 45.6 days a year spent in front of the tube. It’s safe to say that television is a big source of entertainment in our society, and probably a significant consumer of […]

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