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Should You Sign Up For a Store Credit Card?

A new survey reveals a large number of people carrying store credit cards wish they had passed on the offer.

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Most Renters Think It’s Cheaper Than Buying—Are They Right?

The number of people renting has reached its highest level in 50 years.

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Mistrust of the Flu Shot Is High, But the Cost of the Flu Is Much Higher

With the first flu-related death of the season making headlines, we took a look at the real cost of not getting the flu shot

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Is Lyft's New Monthly Subscription Plan a Good Value?

Here's how to figure out if the ride share service's new monthly subscription plan will actually save you money.

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Millennials Would Rather Buy a Home Than Get Married

A new survey reveals millennials put home ownership ahead of tying the knot or starting a family.

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Paypal Customers Can Now Deposit and Withdraw Money at Walmart Stores

If you have a PayPal account, adding or withdrawing from your balance will now be as easy as a trip to Walmart.

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The Reason Your Credit Card Interest Rate Keeps Going Up This Year

The average interest rate on credit cards keeps climbing, which is bad news if you carry a balance every month.

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These Jobs Are Safest If a Recession Hits: Report

Some occupations are more immune to economic downturns than others, says the Fed.

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Travelers Can Now Get Money Instantly After Missing a Flight

One company is giving policyholders money within 24 hours of travel disasters.

These brownstones in Brooklyn could actually be cheaper to buy than rent.

It's Cheaper to Buy Than Rent a Home—Depending Where You Live

A new study reveals that in cities such as Philadelphia and New York, you save money in the long-run by owning your home.

California is slated to be the first state to make disclosing fees and rates mandatory in small business loans.

California Looks to Change Small Business Lending Practices

California is currently looking to sign bill SB 1235 into law. This would increase transparency in the small business lending landscape and...