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Here's How Much Americans Think Retirement Will Cost -- The Motley Fool

Tally Save rewards you for saving money with points and gift cards | VentureBeat

Tally Save rewards you for saving money with points and gift cards | VentureBeat: Tally Save, a new service from the founders of Tally, rewards users for setting aside savings money with virtual points that can be spent on gift cards.

Amid housing slowdown, Southern California prices rise slightly in April - Los Angeles Times

Amid housing slowdown, Southern California prices rise slightly in April - Los Angeles Times: Southern California home prices rose 1.4% in April from a year earlier, according to a report released Wednesday by CoreLogic.

The digital banking revolution is here. So why are so few people putting their salaries into app-only bank accounts? | Moneywise

I'm 24 and on track to save $100,000 next year—here's how I'm doing it

How to open an IRA for retirement savings and investing - Business Insider

How to open an IRA for retirement savings and investing - Business Insider: Some IRAs are free to open, but once you have an active account, you need to fund it and choose your investments.

Saving money: Here's my billionaire's guide to inexpensive living

Saving money: Here's my billionaire's guide to inexpensive living: I'm wealthy and I've always avoided expensive stuff. Here are my sometimes silly cheapskate tricks to avoid overspending

RV road trips: Save money while you see the country

RV road trips: Save money while you see the country: An RV road trip is a great way to see the country while enjoying some of the comforts of home, too. That costs money, but there are ways to save.

3 money-saving tips for buying a washing machine - MarketWatch

3 money-saving tips for buying a washing machine - MarketWatch: The escalation of tariffs has carried over into 2019, and the confusion around buying home appliances is still very real.

With some models costing upward of $1,000, purchasing a washer is no minor expense. That makes finding the right machine just as much a matter of saving money as it is about cleaning your clothes.

13 real-estate agents on what it's like working with wealthy clients - Business Insider

13 real-estate agents on what it's like working with wealthy clients - Business Insider: We asked luxury real-estate agents what it's like working with ultra-rich clients. Many said it's easier than working with regular clients.

Best and worst US metros to live in to save money

Should You Claim Social Security at 63? Apparently, Older Americans Think So

Should You Claim Social Security at 63? Apparently, Older Americans Think So: Filing for benefits at 63 could have some serious financial consequences that last throughout retirement, so if you're going to sign up for Social Security then, proceed with caution.

New app teaches kids how to save money

New app teaches kids how to save money: This high-tech piggy pank is helping kids learn how to use and save money.

Stay Up & Save: Will you save money on your Uber trip by walking? | firstcoastnews.com

Stay Up & Save: Will you save money on your Uber trip by walking? | firstcoastnews.com: I put the app to the test to see if you can save money on your next trip by walking a block or two.

7 Retirement Hobbies That Make You Money | Retirement | US News

7 Retirement Hobbies That Make You Money | Retirement | US News: Retirement is a time to pursue new passions, says Lisa Odoski, vice president and partner for advisory firm TFG Wealth Management in Newtown, Pennsylvania. "It's the second phase of your life. It's the best one," she says.

That often means trying new activities that, depending on your interests, could get expensive. "The trick is to make sure your hobby is at least revenue neutral," says Joseph Conroy, author of "Decades & Decisions: Financial Planning At Any Age" and financial advisor with advisory firm Synergy Financial Group in Towson, Maryland. The way to do that may be to look for hobbies that make money as well as fill your time.

How to use Amazon Family to save money in 2019 - Business Insider

How to use Amazon Family to save money in 2019 - Business Insider: Amazon Family helps parents save money on products for kids. Here's how to sign up and how to use Amazon Family in 2019.

How to pay off student loans faster - Business Insider

How to pay off student loans faster - Business Insider: You can pay off student loans faster and save money on interest by increasing your monthly payment by as little as $100.

Impact Partners BrandVoice: Will Your Pension Cover All Your Future Income Needs?

Impact Partners BrandVoice: Will Your Pension Cover All Your Future Income Needs?: With many options for fixed indexed annuities, you can opt for additional features, such as an income rider, that will provide a guaranteed minimum monthly income for life.

JPMorgan Chase will invest $125 million in programs to encourage people to save money - Reuters

This New Book Will Help You Use Tech To Get More Out Of Your Money

This New Book Will Help You Use Tech To Get More Out Of Your Money: Tobel realized that most people never received any formal education about how to manage their money, and she wanted to change that.

Tobel launched LearnVest, a financial planning company, in 2009. LearnVest was later acquired by Northwestern Mutual, and though it shut down in 2018, that hasn't stopped Tobel from doing incredible work.

Tobel has penned a new book Financially Forward, which helps readers learn to use tech-based financial tools to their advantage. In addition to her book, Tobel is also the the founder and a managing partner at Inspired Capital, where she is focused on supporting founders and entrepreneurs. Tobel chatted with Refinery29 to shed some light on her journey so far, what readers can learn from her book, and how to stay grounded in the fast-moving world of finance.

Refinery29: Your new book Financially Forward comes out on May 14, what surprised you most in writing it?
Alexa Von Tobel: “I’v…

Ways to Save for Retirement Without a 401(k) | IRAs | US News

Ways to Save for Retirement Without a 401(k) | IRAs | US News: These 401(k) alternatives can help you build wealth for retirement.

8 Simple Tricks for Saving More Money -- The Motley Fool

8 Simple Tricks for Saving More Money -- The Motley Fool: 8 Simple Tricks for Saving More Money
Saving money doesn't have to be difficult. Here are some easy ways to do it.
Maurie Backman
(TMFBookNerd)
May 12, 2019 at 6:18AM

Many of us struggle to save money, but without some cash reserves, we risk racking up serious debt when we're hit with unplanned expenses. Unfortunately, the state of Americans' savings is rather dire, with an estimated 40% of U.S. adults not having enough money in the bank to cover a mere $400 emergency. If your savings are in serious need of a boost, here are eight easy ways to accomplish that goal.

14 Ways to Save Money on Your Next Vacation | Travel + Leisure

14 Ways to Save Money on Your Next Vacation | Travel + Leisure: When it comes to figuring out how to save money while traveling, there’s no better collective wisdom to tap than our very own A-List. Travel + Leisure’s assemblage of the world’s top travel advisors offers a wellspring of travel tips and tricks, including how to get the best deals while planning trips.

11 Reliable Apps To Help Small Business Owners Save Money

11 Reliable Apps To Help Small Business Owners Save Money: The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) takes the opportunity to recognize the 30.2 million small businesses in our country. According to the SBA, more than half of Americans either own or work for a small business, and they create about two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year.

5 Steps To Cut The Cord, Ditch Cable And Save Money

5 Steps To Cut The Cord, Ditch Cable And Save Money: There have never been more great programs to watch on TV — and the bills to watch them have never been higher. So more and more Americans are getting fed up with their soaring cable bills and cutting the cord. They’re finding it easier to do than in the past and no longer need to sacrifice viewing options to save money.

How to manage credit cards, from a woman with 26 cards - Business Insider

How to manage credit cards, from a woman with 26 cards - Business Insider: Don't rely on your memory to know which credit cards you've had in the past. It may be harder to keep track than you think.

Niagara Falls' Iconic Maid of the Mist Tourist Boats to Go Electric | Digital Trends

Niagara Falls' Iconic Maid of the Mist Tourist Boats to Go Electric | Digital Trends: Niagara Falls' Maid of the Mist boats are powered by diesel, but not for much longer. From this fall, tourists will step aboard replacements billed as the first all-electric, zero-emissions passenger vessels to be built in the U.S. The experience promises to be greener and quieter, save for the roar of the falls.

20 Money-Saving Secrets from a World-Record Traveler

Financial planning: What to do when a family member has special needs

Tiny houses must overcome zoning restrictions - News - seacoastonline.com - Portsmouth, NH

Here's How To Save A Bunch Of Money On Your Cell Phone Bill

I always use credit over debit. Here are the 5 cards I use every day. - Business Insider

I always use credit over debit. Here are the 5 cards I use every day. - Business Insider: I probably shouldn't, but I still cringe when I see a friend pull out a debit card and enter their PIN to make a purchase. No rewards. No purchase protection. None of the benefits that I receive on any of my purchases!

Recently this happened, and it led to a pretty deep conversation over all of the cards I carry in my wallet. It might seem ridiculous, but to me, leaving points on the table is leaving money on the table.

Can a Demand Response Program Save You Money? - Consumer Reports

Can a Demand Response Program Save You Money? - Consumer Reports: Next time you open your electric bill, take time to read the notices stuffed in the envelope. It may save you money—if you’re willing to be flexible on your air conditioning preferences.

You really want to save money — but aren't. The reason why may surprise you.

You really want to save money — but aren't. The reason why may surprise you.: You want to do the financially responsible things, so why is it so hard to actually do them? Financial and psychological experts weigh in.