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3 Financial Steps College Graduates Should Take After Getting Their Degree
Here's how to be financially prepared for that "real world" everyone talks about.
Is it Worth Paying for a Matchmaking Service?
A matchmaking service can sound great—and can have a price tag that makes you do a double take.
What to Know About Funeral Costs—and How to Plan for One
Funerals can easily cost upwards of $7K—but an expensive burial isn't the only option. Here's what you and your family need to know.
5 Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Broker
Buying your first house is exciting—until you realize how cumbersome the mortgage pre-approval process can be. A mortgage broker can help, but ask these five questions first.
Why You Should Consider a Cash Back Credit Card This Year
Cash back credit cards are a good pick if you don't want to pursue travel rewards and prefer to reap your rewards in cash back statement credits or bank deposits.  But they're not for everyone.
Should You Pre-Pay for Your Own Funeral as Part of Estate Planning?
It turns out, pre-planning and pre-paying for a funeral can have mental health benefits, no matter what your current health status is. Here, death care professionals share what you need to know.

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Use These 7 Tips to Shave $1,000 Off Your Next Trip
Here are practical ways to trim trip expenses and incorporate cost-cutting savings strategies to keep more money in your pocket—according to travel pros.
10 Low-Cost and No-Cost Ways to Help the Planet in 2022
From climate change to plastic pollution and environmental destruction, the Earth needs your help. Taking action can be free or even save you money.
What Does the "No Surprises Act" Mean for Your Family's 2022 Health Budget?

Acts and laws promise many things, but it can be hard to decipher what they plan to deliver. Here's a breakdown of what the "No Surprises Act" proposes and why it is poised to save your family money.