It’s time for a Friday Flight! These episodes are all about the week’s financial news and the impact on your personal finances. There are a lot of headlines out there, but we distill it down to specific takeaways that will allow you to kick off the weekend informed and help you to continue to make smart money moves. In this episode we cover some relevant and helpful stories like: small businesses passing credit card fees on to customers, housing rental scams abound, why now is the time to start shopping for Christmas, how subscription fatigue could be beneficial, whether or not you need a 401k to retire, a $20,000 hiring bonus, skipping the vaccine might cost you big, and getting the job you want with a video resume.

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  • While having a fully loaded 401k isn’t necessary in order to retire, it’s easily the most popular option for Americans. But like we talked about this past Wednesday, investing in real estate could be the right path for you.
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