Paying rent with a credit card usually costs extra, but here are 3 reasons why it could be worth it

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Paying your rent with a rewards credit card like the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card can help you meet the minimum spending requirement to earn a sign-up bonus of points, miles, or cash back. Charging your...

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11 Great Retirement Saving Tips for Twenty-somethings (& Older Folks Too)

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For most twenty-somethings, saving for retirement is typically far far down their priority list. After all, it’s tough to get motivated preparing for an event that won’t arrive for 30 or 40 years....

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A Simple Trick for Getting Credit Card Interest Charges Waived

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Congratulations if you can figure out the connection between this picture and the story. There are those who steadfastly insist that credit cards are evil, and that credit card...

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The Future of Financial Freedom: Q&A with Ash Seddeek with Shay Maudsley

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I’ve been diligently managing my personal finances and tracking household expenses for more than 20 years. How diligent, you ask? Well, I can tell you that my cable bill in February...

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12 Good Reasons Why You Should (and Shouldn’t) p Early

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Do I think it’s wise for you to pay off your mortgage early? You may as well ask me if I think it is a good idea if you...

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If You Can’t Live on $40,000 Per Year, It’s Your Own Fault

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Awhile back I described ten common characteristics of debt-free people. In that article, I specifically asked my readers to consider this question: “Why is it that there are families out...

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Why Your Expensive Luxury Car Doesn’t Impress Smart People

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A few days ago Jennifer commented on a post I had written entitled 8 Big Reasons Why You’re Getting an F in Personal Finance 101. She was lamenting the sense...

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