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Review of the New Fidelity Credit Card – 2% Cash Back

Recently, Fidelity announced the release of its new Fidelity® Rewards Visa Signature® Card. It replaces the Fidelity American Express card that had become very popular. Th new cash-back credit card option may be the flexible rewards card you’ve been looking for. Fidelity Credit Card Review–The Basics This easy-to-use cash back card offers unlimited 2% cash […]

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Warranties Can Save You Money: Learn How to Take Advantage

A few months ago, I woke up to an unexpected and terrible surprise—my electric gooseneck kettle had stopped working. I couldn’t make my preferred method of pour-over coffee. I searched through my receipts and found that my kettle was almost one year out of warranty. Instead of attempting to file a claim, I posted on […]

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Roth IRA Contribution and Income Limits for 2016

The IRS recently released its 2016 update to income and contribution limits for Roth IRAs. As detailed below, the contribution limits for a Roth IRA are unchanged for 2015—still $5,500. The catch-up contribution for those 50 or older, which is not indexed for inflation, remains $1,000. The income limits to qualify for a Roth IRA, […]

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Baby on the Way? How to Make a Money Plan for Your Maternity Leave

It’s a well-known fact that the United States sits rock bottom on the list when it comes to paid parental leave, compared to other developed nations. In many countries, moms (and sometimes even dads!) get paid leave of ten to thirty weeks, or even more. In the United States, though, new moms aren’t entitled to any paid […]

What You Should Know About

Everything You Need to Know About PMI on FHA Mortgages

In the past three years, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has changed its rules regarding private mortgage insurance (PMI). These rules have changed the entire nature of PMI as it applies to FHA mortgages, specifically. Though the FHA tweaks rules frequently, there have actually been two significant changes: one good, and the other not good […]

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All You Need to Know About Citi’s New Costco Anywhere Visa

Costco’s switch from American Express to Visa has been public for quite some time. On June 20th of this year, current AmEx cardholders will get to start using their new Visa card issued by Citibank. If you’re currently a Costco cardholder, a new Visa will be mailed to you later this month, and your current AmEx […]

How To

The Best Way to Store Your Important Financial Documents

With the rise of computer viruses and ransomware, do you have your electronic financial documents secured against the latest cyber security threats? If you’re unsure, don’t worry. I’ll show you how to store your important financial documents securely. Documents to Keep Secure In the article 5 High-Tech Solutions for Your Money Binder, you can find […]

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Chase Bank Checking and Savings Cash Bonus Deals (up to $400)

Chase Bank is offering some excellent cash bonuses on new checking and savings accounts. You can earn a $400 bonus when you open a Chase Premier Plus CheckingSM account and set up direct deposit; a $200 bonus when you open a Chase Total Checking® account and set up direct deposit; and a $150 bonus when you open a Chase […]

Before You Buy Your Home

Book Review: What Do You Need to Know Before You Buy a House?

Recently, blog author and financial coach Jonathan White contacted us about the new book he’s releasing, A Tale of Two Houses. Interested in the premise of the book, we decided to give it a read. The Content Jonathan’s book starts out with an attention-catching introduction that points out how often home ownership becomes a burden instead […]

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How to Save Time and Money with these 7 Grocery Delivery Services

My family is fairly frugal when it comes to groceries. We don’t clip coupons or always shop sales, but we do come in well under the USDA’s moderate-cost food plan. However, we recently hit a super busy patch with renovating our home, working two full-time jobs, raising a preschooler, and gestating a baby on the […]

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Owe the IRS Big Money? Learn How to Solve Your Problem Here

Note: This article is written by R.C. Thornton. He runs a tax relief company, and I had the chance to interview R.C. on the podcast. You can listen to the interview here: Did you know that 13 million Americans owe the IRS money right now? It’s a sad story that has played out millions of […]

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