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Can Multiple Savings Accounts Help You Save More?

Ever feel like your savings goals are out of reach? If so, you're not alone. Nearly 70 percent of Americans have less than $1,000 saved—and that includes households with incomes of $75,000 or more, according to... Read more


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How to Open a Certificate of Deposit (CD)

If you want your money to work a little harder but aren't so sure about investing in stocks or bonds, look into a certificate of deposit (CD). With a CD, you can earn... Read more

Money Hack: How to Automate Your Savings and See Results

Saving money may not feel like your strong suit. It's easy to get off track and save less than you intended when you're not consistently saving a portion of every paycheck... Read more

How to Open an Online Savings Account

Maggie Germano, CEO and founder of Maggie Germano Financial Coaching in Washington, D.C., switched to an online savings account several years ago. “I had been using... Read more

Travel in Style: 9 Ways to Save Money on Weekend Trips

If you're ready for some time away to decompress (bring on the R&R), or you just need a change of scenery, don't miss the chance to save money on weekend trips. Even... Read more

5 Home Repairs You Should Never Do Yourself

With the popularity of home improvement shows designed to enthrall viewers with stunning renovations, it's easy to get swept up in the DIY craze. In the hopes of saving... Read more

How to Save Money on a Spring Break Trip (And Still Have the Time of Your Life)

If you're dreaming about lounging by the beach or craving an outdoor adventure after a long winter, planning spring break on a budget could be easier than you think... Read more

7 Resources When Caring for an Elderly Parent

No parent wants to be a burden to their children—emotionally, physically or financially. While each generation faces the same caregiving issues the one before had... Read more

How to Avoid Bank Fees That Are Slowly Draining Your Savings

Are high or unreasonable fees eating away at your savings? For the average consumer, the answer could be "yes." A 2016 study from The Pew Charitable Trusts showed... Read more
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