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After years of production problems, the new $100 bill finally has a date of issue — October 8th. Learn what's new and different.
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You already know that you should save for retirement, but it's important to understand why that money should be in retirement-specific account.
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Imagine life without a mortgage or an overstuffed attic. Even if we don't live in one, tiny houses can teach us a lot about consumption, debt, and simplicity.
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If you're willing to allow someone else to be the first to spill coffee on the upholstery, you can save thousands of dollars on your next car purchase.
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Food is a huge part of most families' budgets. Maximize your supermarket spending by using one of these great grocery cash-back cards.
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Five or six years ago it was easy to find a savings account that paid 4% or 5%. Today, 1% or less is the norm. What happened?
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