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American Pie singer Don McLean and his Playboy model girlfriend's wild spending habits revealed | Daily Mail Online

American Pie singer Don McLean and his Playboy model girlfriend's wild spending habits revealed | Daily Mail Online : The 'American Pie' singer has been spoiling his girlfriend, whom he hopes to one day make his third wife, with lavish trips, private jets, and designer clothes.

Here's How People That Retire In Their 40s Pay Off Huge Debt Loads In Just A Few Years

Here's How People That Retire In Their 40s Pay Off Huge Debt Loads In Just A Few Years : Parents fret about paying back debt more than any other financial concern. To repay that debt faster, look towards strategies popularized by those seeking to retire in their 30s or 40s.

How to Save the Most Money at Bars, According to Bartenders

How to Save the Most Money at Bars, According to Bartenders : Is happy hour worth it? Do buybacks exist?

Before You Quit: Financial Moves To Make Ahead Of A Job Move

Before You Quit: Financial Moves To Make Ahead Of A Job Move : As fun as it is to imagine how we might spend our higher salary, it doesn’t leave us much time to focus on the less obvious ways a job change can impact our financial lives. If you’re thinking about a move, consider this checklist for what to do – and when – ahead of changing jobs.

Don't Make These 8 Money Mistakes

Don't Make These 8 Money Mistakes : Watch out for these 8 money mistakes.

Don't Worry About Social Security's Future, Worry About Your Own Savings Instead | The Motley Fool

Don't Worry About Social Security's Future, Worry About Your Own Savings Instead | The Motley Fool : It's a more productive use of your mental energy.

How to save $50 in one week: 5 tips from a inancial advisor

How to save $50 in one week: 5 tips from a inancial advisor : Getting into the habit of saving $50 in a week can have a major positive impact on your personal finances.

Nervous retirees are too scared to spend

Nervous retirees are too scared to spend : Even rich Americans worry about living the good life and running short of cash.

Financial questions to ask your partner

Financial questions to ask your partner : First comes love, then comes marriage? It’s never as simple as that. While money isn’t everything, it’s a delicate topic that can lead to make-or-break situations in a relationship. Fortunately, you can prevent those situations by asking the right questions ahead of time. If you’re starting to think seriously about a potential new partner, here are some financial questions to consider asking them to see how compatible you are.

When to start saving up for college tuition: 38% don't have savings

When to start saving up for college tuition: 38% don't have savings : Don't fall into the same savings trap; you'll want to plan ahead.

3 Tricks Billionaires Use to Make Their Money Work for Them | The Motley Fool

3 Tricks Billionaires Use to Make Their Money Work for Them | The Motley Fool : Earning a lot of money isn't the only key to becoming wealthy. You also have to manage your funds wisely.

I Earn Too Much Money for a Roth IRA. What Are My Options? | The Motley Fool

I Earn Too Much Money for a Roth IRA. What Are My Options? | The Motley Fool : Even if your earnings bar you from funding a Roth IRA, you can still save strategically for retirement.

Meet the financial blogger who paid off $10,000 in credit-card debt after having a revelation (at the Gap) - MarketWatch

Meet the financial blogger who paid off $10,000 in credit-card debt after having a revelation (at the Gap) - MarketWatch : ‘As I bought things, I started feeling good about myself.’

Kid-friendly subscription meals can make school lunchtime easier

Kid-friendly subscription meals can make school lunchtime easier : With back-to-school of the horizon, some parents are opting for pre-packaged, kid-friendly lunches delivered to their doorsteps on a weekly basis.

Household Debt Sets New Record: New York Fed | ThinkAdvisor

Household Debt Sets New Record: New York Fed | ThinkAdvisor : The share of student loan debt that is severely derogatory has grown stunningly New York Fed analysts say.

Which Credit Cards & Savings Accounts Pair the Best?

Which Credit Cards & Savings Accounts Pair the Best? : Both rewards credit cards and savings accounts offer consumers great ways to save-whether by offsetting the next month’s statement or by actively putting money away for future use. When paired, these financial tools can become even more powerful. While there are several options available, we’ve identified the best combinations below. These pairings allow the average consumer to maximise both their interest rates and cashback earnings. UOB One...

If the Tuition Doesn’t Get You, the Cost of Student Housing Will - Bloomberg

If the Tuition Doesn’t Get You, the Cost of Student Housing Will - Bloomberg : National developers are behind the proliferation of luxury apartments near college campuses, and they’re driving low-income students farther away.

How to Turn Your Passion into a Career—and Make Money | Outside Online

How to Turn Your Passion into a Career—and Make Money | Outside Online : Wanting to work outside shouldn't mean you can't pay off your student loans.

Chase forgives all credit card debt for Canadian customers - UPI.com

Chase forgives all credit card debt for Canadian customers - UPI.com : Chase Bank announced it is forgiving all credit card debt held by Canadian customers more than one year after the company decided to close all credit card accounts there.

Betterment lowers high-interest savings account to 2.41% APY

Betterment lowers high-interest savings account to 2.41% APY : Betterment lowers high-interest savings account to 2.41% APY two weeks after debut, highlighting that online banks will reduce rates as the Fed does.

This woman paid off $10,000 in credit-card debt with a personal loan, but her first attempt landed her in the red again - MarketWatch

This woman paid off $10,000 in credit-card debt with a personal loan, but her first attempt landed her in the red again - MarketWatch : Emily Rogers, 30, said she resorted to hiding credit cards in a drawer to keep herself from spending.

Divorce: How to file without wrecking your finances

Divorce: How to file without wrecking your finances : Divorce can be a real threat to your personal finances. Here's how to come away with your finances intact after you go your separate ways.

You May Have A Well-Paying Job, But If You Don't Do This One Thing, You'll Never Be Rich

You May Have A Well-Paying Job, But If You Don't Do This One Thing, You'll Never Be Rich : The secret is that it's all about what you do with the money you earn.

A revolutionary home and renters insurance alternative | Salon.com

A revolutionary home and renters insurance alternative | Salon.com : Lemonade is redefining insurance for urban dwellers, taking a flat fee and giving unclaimed funds to charity

Americans Consider This Their No. 1 Financial Mistake -- The Motley Fool

Americans Consider This Their No. 1 Financial Mistake -- The Motley Fool : If you're guilty of it now, it's time for a change.

9 in 10 Americans Regret Making This Money Mistake -- The Motley Fool

9 in 10 Americans Regret Making This Money Mistake -- The Motley Fool : It's not an easy one to avoid, but if you can, your emotional and mental health may benefit.

Equifax can't pay full $125 in breach settlement claims

Equifax can't pay full $125 in breach settlement claims : Equifax told consumers it can't pay the full $125 to those who filed a claim instead of taking the free credit monitoring.