To refinance or not – that is the question. The arena of student loan refinancing can be a confusing one. Even if you can nab a lower interest rate by doing a refi, it still...

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Buying life insurance can be really confusing. That is thanks in large part to insurance salespeople that have a vested interest in selling you a product that puts money in their pockets at your expense....

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Finding ways to save large chunks of money are few and far between. You can save $40 a month or more by switching your cell phone service. That’s obviously not an insignificant amount, but what...

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How to Money has partnered with CardRatings for our coverage of credit card products. How to Money and CardRatings may receive a commission from card issuers. see disclosures for more info. Remember the days before...

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How to Money has partnered with CardRatings for our coverage of credit card products. How to Money and CardRatings may receive a commission from card issuers. see disclosures for more info. Credit cards can be...

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Depending on the amount of your current cell phone bill, you could easily save $250 or more every year just by switching your cell phone provider. There’s also a meaningful chance that you could save...

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I haven’t taken a Falcon rocket into outer space…yet. But that’s on my to-do list for 2030. That means I can’t comment on which electric bikes extraterrestrials are digging right now. But here on planet...

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Sorry Vanguard, but it’s time to introduce everyone to your more tech-savvy younger brother, M1 Finance. Anyone who listens to the podcast knows how much we love Vanguard’s low-cost index funds and how they can...

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Our family has six bicycles that we love to ride together. We have them all stored in the shed in our backyard. That’s close to $2500 worth of two-wheeled goodies I’ve got locked away in...

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