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The Emergency Savings Fund

You’ve probably heard it many times: you should ‘save for a rainy day’. Having an emergency savings fund helps you prepare for unexpected costs that may arise. 517 more words

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Airlines under investigation for 'possible unlawful coordination' to keep ticket prices high

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has sent subpoenas to several major airlines as part of an investigation into “possible unlawful coordination” to limit capacity increases, and thereby keeping ticket prices high, a department spokeswoman said Wednesday. 273 more words

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Four ways new overtime rules might affect your paycheck

WASHINGTON — By 2016, millions of employees around the country could become newly eligible for overtime pay due to a change in federal rules.

Everyone’s first assumption is that the rule change will mean bigger paychecks. 591 more words

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U.S. stock suffer worst drop of 2015 on Greek default fears

NEW YORK¬† — Greece only makes up 0.3% of the global economy, but it’s causing a global stock market sell-off.

U.S. stocks suffered their worst plunge so far in 2015 on Monday. 645 more words

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Pay No Interest Until 2016 With These Credit Cards

Pay No Interest Until 2016 With These Credit Cards

by Tasha Lockyer June 30, 2014

Updated: April 1, 2015

Stop wasting money on interest fees! If you’re carrying balances on high-interest credit cards or you need to make a purchase that you won’t be able to pay off right away, there’s no need to waste money paying interest. 755 more words


How to file insurance claims after severe storms

DENVER — ¬†Widespread storm damage in the Denver metro area on Wednesday led to a lot of calls to insurance agents, but not everyone likely got the answers they were searching for. 439 more words


Adulting 101: Setting financial goals

The process of cleaning up your finances and simply setting financial goals can seem a bit overwhelming when you’re burdened with debt and prefer to stick your head in the sand. 622 more words

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