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5 Common Auto Insurance Scams (And How to Avoid Them)
How Auto Insurance Companies Work
How does the color of your car affect your insurance rate?
What Are the Different Types of Life Insurance?
Do I Need Life Insurance?
10 Factors That Affect Your Life Insurance Premium
How to Fill Out a Money Order
How to Write a Check
How to Find Your Bank's Routing Number
10 Things Hotels Don't Want You to Know
How Family Road Trips Can Be Done on the Cheap
Save or Splurge: 10 Suggestions on What's Worth the Spend When You're on Vacation
People Are Snatching Up Treasury I Bonds Paying 9.62 Percent
How Do Dollar Stores Make Money?
5 Ways to Save Money (Besides Giving Up Lattes)
Can you use student loans to buy a used car?
What to Do When a Friend Owes You Money
What Is Mortgage Forbearance and How Do You Qualify?
How to Future-proof Your Child's Credit From Fraud
Where Should You Put Your Money When Inflation Is High?
What Is Probate and Can You Avoid It?
When Should You Refinance Your Mortgage?
How Square Works
5 Ways Mobile Banking Alerts Can Benefit You
Is checking becoming paperless?
What's the Difference Between Student Loan Refinance and Student Loan Consolidation?
Is It a Good Idea to Refinance Your Student Loans?
Can You Refinance Your Student Loans if You Didn't Graduate?
5 Reasons You Might Need to Visit the Social Security Office
Who Decides When Your Social Security Check Increases?
These Folks Retired in their 30s and 40s: Can You Do It Too?
Why Doesn't the U.S. Have a 'Return-free' Tax Filing System?
What Is FUTA and How Does It Work?
4 Year-End Money Tips to Lower Your Tax Bill
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A repeal of the Johnson Amendment would go way beyond separation of church and state.
By John Donovan
Many parents feel torn between funding their own retirement and paying for their kids' college education. But financial experts are united on which one should take priority.
By Dave Roos
Credit monitoring bureau Equifax was hacked and is offering fraud monitoring services for free. But experts say they're pretty useless.
By Dave Roos
A new meta-analysis of 150 studies finds that only one in three U.S. adults has a written living will or healthcare power of attorney documents.
Pago en Especie allows artists to meet tax obligations with a piece of art, and the government builds an impressive collection. Win-win!
By Chris Opfer
This place has been in the top spot for years.
By Alia Hoyt
If you're all about taking money from rich people who don't want to cough up their dough, the Wealth Squad is where it's at.
By John Donovan
We all want to get the best price for that sweater, that car, that house. Making a very precise offer of, say, $12.90 as opposed to $10, can help you do that. Sometimes.
But just how many are we talking, really?
Whether you pay taxes on eBay sales depends on whether this is a casual hobby or a serious money-maker for you.
You have a shop on Etsy, while your partner owns an online travel agency. Should you both have tax ID numbers?
Filing for bankruptcy can provide you with relief, but it also has some lasting repercussions that can affect your financial future.
Some people end up filing for bankruptcy due to credit card debt, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you can't get a credit card again.
Filing bankruptcy doesn't mean losing every single asset that you own; some of your assets may be considered exempt by the court.