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  • Is It Finally Time To Cut Cable?

    About three years ago, my wife and I made one of the most difficult decisions we've made in our eight years of marriage. Over the course of a few months we held several debates, penned numerous drafts of a pros and cons list, and scribbled a half-baked Venn... Read More >>

    7 Money Conversations You Want To Have With Your Kids

    What you teach your kids about money lasts a lifetime. And like most important lessons, it isn’t just what you tell them to do, it’s how they see you operate every day. The values you demonstrate will shade and shadow your kids’ money behavior for... Read More >>

    Hack Holiday Travel And Save Serious Money

    According to the United States Department of Transportation, the holiday season is among the busiest long-distance travel periods of the year. Thanks to family visits and extra vacation days, the six day period around Thanksgiving boasts 54 percent more... Read More >>

    Five Life Insurance Mistakes That Can Haunt You

    With Halloween just around the corner, children’s thoughts turn to candy and costumes. Their parents and grandparents should be focusing on more macabre matters — like the life insurance policies they bought (or are thinking of buying) to secure the... Read More >>

    How Can I Get Medical Bills In Collections Off My Credit Report?

    This weekly Q&A addresses questions from real patients about healthcare costs. Have a question you’d like to see answered? Submit it to AskChristina@nerdwallet.com. Question: Two years ago, I was hospitalized with pneumonia. Because my bills were so... Read More >>

    I Will Not Submit To Medical Martial Law

    One of the most dangerous philosophical contentions, even among liberty movement activists, is the conundrum of government force and prevention during times of imminent pandemic. All of us at one time or another have had this debate. If a legitimate viral... Read More >>

    Existing Home Sales Jump To Highest Since Sept 2013. Midwest Tumbles 5.3%

    Existing Home Sales bounced back from the worst miss in 2014 in August to print 5.17mm SAAR - the highest since September 2013. Of course the surge is driven by Condos/Co-Ops (up 5.2%) rather than single-family homes (up 2.0%) and median home prices are the... Read More >>

    Top Scientist Warns This Version Of Ebola Looks Like “A Very Different Bug”

    Barack Obama and the head of the CDC need to quit saying that we know exactly how Ebola spreads. Because the truth is that there is much about this virus that we simply do not know. For example, a top Ebola scientist that is working in the heart of the... Read More >>

    Babies Born Today Get Free $500 Investment

    If you have a baby today in the U.S., your newborn is eligible for a free $500 mutual fund investment from Voya Financial (VOYA), formerly known as ING U.S. The company is offering this to the babies "as a head start toward their future retirement... Read More >>

    Avoiding Credit Mistakes 20-somethings Make

    The world of credit and finances can be daunting when you're in your 20s and just setting out on your own. Many of us tend to avoid those areas of our lives that are a bit scary, but keep in mind that your credit and finances are two of the most dangerous... Read More >>

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