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4 Reasons Why You Should Learn Online

Learning doesn’t only have to be done in a classroom. Opting to learn online can benefit your life in more ways than one.

How to Boost Your Credit Score

If your credit score is under 700 (the number considered prime), you’re not alone. More than 55 percent of Americans have subprime credit scores, according to the 2015 Assets & Opportunity Scorecard. But low scores don’t have to be permanent. In...

Should You Close a Credit Card Account?

If you’re no longer using a particular credit card, there are financial benefits to keeping it open — as long as it’s free. But if it’s costing you unnecessary fees (or tempting you to spend), make sure to close it correctly or you could hurt...

5 Financial Mistakes Women Should Avoid

Women have unique financial needs from their male counterparts. Find out five common economic mistakes women often make and how to correct them.

Is LASIK Surgery Worth the Money?

I’ve had poor vision since the fifth grade — and it’s steadily and steeply declined ever since. Now I see so poorly that driving after dark is dangerous. After spending hundreds of dollars a year on glasses and contacts, I’m considering LASIK....

How I Stopped Worrying About Money and Learned to Love My Budget

I remember the first time I was introduced to budgeting. It was similar to the first time I met my husband: significant in hindsight but hardly memorable. I was having a conversation with my best friend’s husband. He was a rare person in my life...

Sudden Wealth: 5 Tips to Protect Your Financial Interests

When you find yourself responsible for a large sum of money — sudden wealth — financial planning is crucial for your well-being. Find out how to protect your financial interest.

Get the Most From Your Tax Refund

So you’re getting a refund. And you’re imagining how you’ll celebrate: Fund your next vacation, maybe? Or buy a new spring wardrobe? While it’s certainly okay to treat yourself, it’s a good idea to make the most of your tax refund — after all, it...

5 Common Money Myths — Debunked

Yes, debt is a four-letter word, but that doesn't mean paying it off is always the right thing to do. Likewise, saving money and paying with cash are often lauded as good things. Except that's not always true either. Money is complicated, and...