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30 million Facebook accounts were hacked and people are furious – Business Insider
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Business Insider 30 million Facebook accounts were hacked and people are furiousBusiness InsiderFacebook announced Friday that 30 million users were affected by a massive hack it first made public two weeks ago. The reaction — as perhaps expected — has been extremely negative across the internet. People are pointing to the irony of Facebook …Facebook Now […]

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Should You Consolidate Your Retirement Accounts?
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If you’ve been saving for retirement for a number of years, all the while advancing in your career and moving between jobs, you might have a number of different retirement accounts spread out across a number of different companies. Managing all of those accounts can get confusing. You might start to lose track of where […]

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529 Plans vs. Brokerage Accounts for College Savings
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Saving for college is a daunting task. It’s hard enough to find room in your budget for contributions on top of your other financial responsibilities, and when you combine that with the fact that college tuition has been steadily rising over the past 30 years, it might feel like sending your child to college is […]

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Best money market rates and accounts of 2018
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The best money market account will have two things: High rates. While not the most important aspect, a high APY can help boost your savings in the long term. Good features. A good money market account will allow you to easily access your money. That means convenient, easy-to-use web access and even things like checks […]

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Are CDs and Savings Accounts Becoming Viable Investments Again?
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Interest rates are on the rise. The Federal Funds Rate – which sets the market for most interest rates – was up to 1.51% as of March 2018, its highest mark since the stock market crash in 2008. And while this does mean higher interest rates on mortgages and other loans, it also means that […]

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The 4 best checking accounts to open today
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I’m a big fan of online banking services or credit unions over Big Banks (e.g., Bank of America, Wells Fargo, the banks that Satan uses). Avoiding the big guys typically gives you access to the best checking accounts with great rewards and almost no downsides. Most importantly: online banks and credit unions don’t try to nickel-and-dime you with […]

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How to Reach Your Financial Goals With Multiple Savings Accounts
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As you work to organize and better manage your finances, you will find that you start having multiple financial goals at the same time. It can be overwhelming to juggle at first, but you must get used to it sooner rather than later. Whether it be saving for a home down payment, building an emergency […]

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Sub-savings accounts: How to save for anything in 3 steps
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You know what would be great? If we could always be ready for the unexpected. Like, say, dropping a comically oversized bottle of champagne worth thousands of dollars like this dude. Here’s a system that can help you prepare for even the worst emergencies WHILE allowing you to save for awesome purchases in the future: Sub-savings accounts Sub-savings accounts […]

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Are Free Checking Accounts an Endangered Species?
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Bank of America announced this week that it has ended its effectively-free eBanking account, moving the last of those customers into the bank’s Core Checking accounts instead. The eBanking service wasn’t technically a free checking account, but it was pretty close – because it was quite easy to get around the fees. As long as you […]

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Are Your Investment Accounts Safe From Hacking?
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In the wake of the recent Equifax scandal, you might understandably be jittery about the safety of your money and your personal financial information. A lot has been written about what you can do to prevent hackers from opening new accounts and new lines of credit in your name. But a lot less has been […]

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Retiring early: The 2 accounts that make it possible
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I’ve talked about invisible scripts before. They’re the things we tell ourselves that are so deeply embedded that we don’t even realize they guide our attitudes and behaviors. For example: “I need to go to college to get a degree if I want a good job.” “After I graduate, I need to get married and […]

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