If you're a seasoned renter like myself, you've (perhaps literally) been around the block a few times when it comes to seemingly unfair rent prices. Maybe the end of your lease is approaching, and you've just been informed that your rent will go up if you decide to re-sign. Or maybe you're making a move to the other side of town, and the place you've got your heart set on is just a tad overpriced.
With the summer travel season fast approaching, we know many of you will be hopping in your cars to enjoy the national parks, take a tour of our nation's many great cities, or at least to see friends and family. A question I often get from readers and friends is, "Does my credit card give me rental insurance?" Well, here's your answer!
Spring has sprung, which means it's officially Spring cleaning season. But wait! Before you toss all your unwanted junk in the dumpster, give it a second look. If one man's trash is another's treasure, you just might be sitting on a gold mine.
Ah, the sweet smell of spring! The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and oh, what's that? I have three weddings to attend this year? Cue the sweet sound of my savings account drying up faster than a California puddle.
Isn't it funny that some of our happiest, most exciting, and carefree years--our college years--are also some of our poorest?
Making a budget is easy, but sticking with it? Not so simple.
Getting your tax refund might feel like a big windfall, but if you don't have a solid plan for that money, it can disappear in the blink of an eye.
By now you have either filed or are in the process of getting ready to file your taxes. The lucky ones will end up getting a refund from the IRS, but some people will end up owing money come April 15th.
We learned last month that Costco will switch away from their exclusive partnership with American Express. Today, we learned that Citi will be taking over the relationship, and Visa will now be the only card accepted at the store.
If you have an Healthcare Savings Account, you probably know the basics: the money you put into it is tax-deductible, rolls over from year to year, belongs to you even if you lose your job, and can be used to pay for routine medical expenses like co-pays and prescription medicine.