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Personal Finance 2020-01-15T16:00:00Z
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Chase Sapphire Reserve vs American Express Platinum: Which premium credit card is right for you?

The Chase Sapphire Reserve and the Amex Platinum are two of the most popular — and rewarding — premium credit cards. See which one is best for you.
Personal Finance 2019-12-09T21:10:00Z
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The 9 best small business credit cards for maximizing your spending

Here are some of the best small business credit cards of 2019 to separate your business and personal expenses while earning valuable rewards.
Personal Finance 2020-01-07T18:43:00Z
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The best cash-back credit cards from Citi, Chase, Wells Fargo, and more — with input from 4 top experts

We pick the best cash back credit card of 2020, and the best alternatives that offer anywhere from 1-4% back. You can also earn sign-up bonuses.
Personal Finance 2020-01-27T14:56:00Z
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Personal Finance 2019-12-04T16:10:00Z
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American vs. Delta vs. United — we compared the 3 most popular airline credit cards

We compared the most popular credit cards from the big US airlines: American, United, and Delta. See if it's worth having an airline credit card.
Personal Finance 2020-01-29T19:58:00Z
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The Amex Platinum is available to active-duty servicemembers at no annual fee — but even with the fee, the credit card is a great value

Here's how active-duty US servicemembers can get the Amex Platinum Card's fee waived. The card offers a fantastic value and great travel benefits.
Personal Finance 2020-03-05T21:49:00Z

The best rewards credit cards for earning travel points, cash back, and more

The best rewards credit cards to open now. We break down the best credit card options for earning points, miles, or cash back in 2020.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T22:28:46Z
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I was panicking about the stock market drop, but a guided meditation helped me calm down and close my investment app

A guided meditation from financial expert JL Collins helped her step away from her investment account and ignore the market until conditions improve.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T20:42:00Z
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4 reasons to buy life insurance, even if you already have it through work

It's usually worth enrolling in life insurance through work if it's free, but it's not customizable or portable, and may not be enough coverage.
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Personal Finance 2020-03-12T19:25:00Z

A couple who retired early with $1.5 million despite never earning 6 figures uses a 'bucket' system for their money so they'll never run out

A couple who retired early two years ago had over $1.5 million saved and invested. Here's how they're making it last in early retirement.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T19:02:00Z

How much money you need to retire at 65 and live on investment income alone till 90

Less than half of US workers have 401(k)s or IRAs for retirement savings. Of the older Americans who do, the median balance is only $88,000.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T19:00:31Z

Why you should be adding money to your retirement account right now instead of panicking

Continuing to invest on a regular schedule means your retirement savings can weather any financial storm.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-03-12T17:43:00Z

Nearly half of insured Americans think they can't afford coronavirus treatment. With costs exceeding $3,000, they may not be wrong.

A healthcare system that leaves many unable to afford coronavirus costs could cause personal bankruptcy — and the pandemic to explode in the US.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T16:56:00Z

Capital One Savor card review: a strong option for cash back on dining and entertainment

An industry-high 4% cash back on dining and entertainment makes the Capital One Savor one of the highest-earning cards for food purchases.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T16:41:00Z

After watching 2 friends left broke and nearly homeless when their husbands died, I bought life insurance immediately

"I didn't want my mother burdened with any expenses related to my premature death, so we decided to protect each other with life insurance."
Executive Lifestyle 2020-03-12T16:34:45Z

Forget good looks and humor — 27% of millennials said they'd consider a partner's student-loan debt before dating them

Men were more likely than women to consider a potential romantic partner's student-loan debt, according to a Business Insider Intelligence survey.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T15:48:39Z

I invested my daughters' savings on one of the stock market's worst days, and I'm confident it was the right choice

"Since I was planning on opening the account anyway, buying stocks at a bargain price seemed like a great idea."
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T15:48:00Z

Paying taxes with a rewards credit card can earn you thousands of points — here are the best options

If you have to pay taxes, you might as well earn rewards. Even better, paying taxes with a new card can help you earn a sign-up bonus.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T14:07:00Z

I'm still in college and I already have a credit score of 778. Here are 5 strategies I'd recommend to anyone looking to build credit.

You don't need a full-time job, or even a credit card in your own name, to start working on building your credit score.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T13:30:00Z

3 reasons to explore refinancing your student loans now, while interest rates are low

After interest rates fell .5% in early March, student loan borrowers might want to look closely at refinancing their student loans.
Personal Finance 2020-03-12T12:45:00Z

3 places to put your money when you can't stomach any risk

It's best to store cash in a high-yield savings account, CD, or money-market account when you aren't willing or able to risk a loss.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T20:05:00Z

3 reasons to keep investing, even when markets are down

It's not easy to watch the stock market fall, but if you're investing for a goal that's far in the future, keep going.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-03-11T20:04:00Z

The coronavirus pandemic has millennials and Gen Z tightening their wallets, and it's because they still feel crippled by the Great Recession

COVID-19 is sparking recession fears, but younger generations are still scarred from the last one — they've cut back spending more than any others.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T19:14:41Z

If you're like me and have decades before retirement, you should leave your investments alone even if their value is plummeting

The coronavirus has done major damage to everyone's investment portfolios — mine included — but I'm not touching my money.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-03-11T19:08:00Z

Travelers worldwide are cancelling trips over coronavirus fears — but millennials are snapping up cheap flights despite the risks, and it says a lot about who they are as a generation

People may be staying at home under self-quarantine, but some millennials are using the coronavirus era as a low-cost vacation opportunity.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T18:34:15Z

The best personal loans of 2020

SoFi and Lightstream top the list for the best personal loans to get credit for anything, from debt consolidation to a remodel.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T18:06:26Z

I was panicking about my investments until my financial adviser gave me the advice I needed: Do nothing and watch your money grow in time

The only reliable path to long-term success in the stock market is to weather the bad along with the good and keep your money invested.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T18:04:00Z

Review: The Citi AAdvantage Platinum Select card offers valuable American Airlines perks and a 60,000-mile intro bonus

If American is your airline of choice and you want benefits like a free checked bag and the ability to earn miles, this card is a strong option.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T18:00:00Z

I've tried 3 different tax programs as a self-employed freelancer, and TurboTax is easily the best of the bunch

I've played around with TurboTax, H&R Block, and TaxAct, and I find TurboTax's interface to be the most user-friendly for self-employed taxpayers.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T17:14:05Z

My financial planner's advice during the last recession helped my retirement savings grow by 30%, and I'm following that advice again now

Despite the fact that the stock market is on a steep downward trajectory, I'm not worried about my investment accounts.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T16:19:00Z

10 of the best credit card offers in March, from up to 100,000 miles with Delta to the best beginner travel card

The best credit card offers of March, including bonuses from the Delta credit cards, the Chase Sapphire Preferred, and more.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T15:36:00Z

By charging a kitchen remodel to 4 Chase credit cards, my family is earning more than $4,000 in travel rewards

By putting their kitchen remodel on the Chase Sapphire Preferred and Ink Business Preferred, my aunts will earn more than 300,000 travel points.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T15:32:00Z

If you're a control freak like me, it's hard to ignore the stock market right now — but it's the best decision I've made

"As someone who deals with anxiety and depression, I don't need any more reasons to add stress to my life."
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T14:36:00Z

I've stopped checking my investments now that the market is down, and I couldn't be happier

"Rather than smushing up my nose against the window pane, or frantically buying up stock in Charmin, I'm going to wait right here on the couch."
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T14:10:00Z

4 places to put your tax refund so your money grows with little to no effort

Wondering what to do with your tax refund after you've paid bills and high-interest debt? Here are some suggestions to help build long-term wealth.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T14:10:00Z

Why I invested $10,000 in the stock market during one of its darkest days

"Since I have more than a decade to retirement and potentially longer than that, I'm not worried at all."
Executive Lifestyle 2020-03-11T14:02:00Z

These 15 unbelievable facts show just how much it costs to attend Coachella, from $430 tickets to $9,500 campsites

The Coachella Music and Arts Festival has been postponed from April to October amid coronavirus concerns.
Personal Finance 2020-03-11T12:45:00Z

How to invest if you want to buy a house in 10 years or less

Whether investing is right for you depends on how soon you're looking to buy. If you need that money in two years or less, keep it out of the market.
Personal Finance 2020-03-10T19:48:00Z

7 credit cards currently offering new-member bonuses of 100,000 points or more

Right now, there are seven cards with bonuses of 100,000 points or more! Cards from Hilton, Southwest, and United represent fantastic value.
Personal Finance 2020-03-10T18:29:00Z

Chase Offers are my new favorite credit card deals — I saved $64 on purchases with Whole Foods, Staples, and more last month alone

Just by adding offers to my account and paying with a Chase card, I saved at Airbnb, Whole Foods, and more.
Personal Finance 2020-03-10T17:49:00Z

The largest Amex Centurion lounge is now open at LAX — it has an Exhale spa, gourmet food and drink, and 'moonrise' relaxation room

The Centurion Lounge at LAX is located in the Tom Bradley International Terminal, and it offers premium Amex cardholders lots of space to relax.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-03-10T15:20:00Z

Here's the most realistic retirement age for the typical worker in every US state

Depending on where you live, you may be able to retire comfortably as young as 53 — or have to keep working until you're 74.
Personal Finance 2020-03-10T15:20:00Z

The No. 1 sign your money will survive a recession, according to a financial planner

If your investments aren't essential to your current budget and you have a cash safety net to fall back on, a recession won't ruin you.
Personal Finance 2020-03-10T15:08:00Z

Anyone who buys things online is missing out on travel rewards by ignoring free shopping portals from brands like Chase, Amex, and Southwest Airlines

In addition to earning points or miles by using a credit card to buy things online, you can earn extra rewards by going through a shopping portal.
Personal Finance 2020-03-10T14:45:00Z

Free tax filing is available to 70% of US taxpayers. Here's how it works.

The IRS has a free tax filing portal listing companies where taxpayers who earned less than $69,000 in 2019 can file their federal return for free.
Personal Finance 2020-03-09T21:36:33Z

After I opened my first high-yield savings account, I loved it so much I opened 10 more

She uses each high-yield savings account for a different goal, like a vacation to Ireland, a kitchen renovation, and future car repairs.
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