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Three Smart Money Moves to Make This Fall
Now’s a great time to check in on investments, budgets and tax plans to make sure everything is on track for the rest of the year.
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Amazon is now offering a complimentary 30-day trial of Audible, and you can either opt for a “Plus” or “Premium Plus” trial.
Credit Card Debt Increases By State
Americans now have over $1.2 trillion in credit card debt. California and Texas lead the charge for states with the biggest quarter-over-quarter jump.
By Kathryn Pomroy Published
Older Doctor Just Wants to Work, But New HR Boss Changes the Rules
How do you respond when a new person comes in and won’t honor the agreement you made with their predecessor?
By H. Dennis Beaver, Esq. Published
Five Key Advantages to Working at an Employee-Owned Company
Higher job satisfaction and security are just two reasons that getting hired at a company with an Employee Stock Ownership Plan, or ESOP, could be a good career move.
By Peter Newman, CFA Published
Costs of 34 Medicare Drugs To Be Capped at $618 Until December
Medicare rebate program to cut out-of-pocket costs for certain Part B drugs from October through December.
By Joey Solitro Published
Best Student Credit Cards of September 2023
Students can get hundreds of dollars in cash back while they build credit with these offers from popular issuers.
By Lisa Gerstner Last updated
Kiplinger's Retail Outlook: Consumer Spending Likely to Ease
Economic Forecasts Consumer spending is still rising after the Prime Day surge but should start to slow.
By David Payne Last updatedEconomic Forecasts
How Leveraging Tech Tools Can Improve Your Financial Management and Literacy
Here’s why technology can be one of the best guides for your financial journey.
By Kiplinger Advisor Collective Published
Is Your Financial Adviser Doing a Good Job for You?
If your meetings focus only on investment returns, that’s a problem. These 10 questions can help you determine if your financial adviser is being lazy.
By Joe F. Schmitz Jr., CFP®, ChFC® Published
Student Debt And College Loans, Explained
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