Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: Financial steps to take after a natural disaster. Also in the news: Money fears and how to tackle them, excuses that are keeping you from financial success, and how umbrella coverage can supercharge your car insurance policy.

4 Financial Steps to Take After a Natural Disaster
Finding financial calm after the storm.

Top five money fears and how to tackle them
Taking them on, one fear at a time.

8 Excuses That Are Keeping You From Financial Success
Time to make a change.

How Umbrella Coverage Can Supercharge Your Car Insurance Policy
How to determine how much insurance you need.

How to Sell an Ugly House
Even without a fancy makeover.

Monday’s need-to-know money news

1403399192000-retire-workToday’s top story: What you cannot ignore on your retirement statement. Also in the news: How to improve your finances in a single day, how teens can save money on car insurance, and why mental accounting can be dangerous.

4 Things You Can’t Ignore on Your Retirement Statement
Pay close attention.

10 Ways to Improve Your Finances in One Day
It only takes a day!

One way teens can actually save on car insurance
Letting your teen behind the wheel doesn’t have to cost a fortune.

Be Aware of “Mental Accounting” When You Save Money on a Purchase
Convincing yourself you’re saving money is a big mistake.

5 Simple Ways to Save Money as a New College Student
The more they save, the fewer times they’ll call looking for money.

Friday’s need-to-know money news

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Hand with money and toy car isolated on white background

Today’s top story: Why you need to pay close attention to your car insurance. Also in the news: Supreme Court ruling makes finances easier for same-sex couples, financial resources for active military, and when it’s okay to take a hit on your credit score.

4 Ways Being Forgetful Can Raise Your Car Insurance Rates
Set reminders.

Marriage Ruling Ends Personal-Finance Confusion for Gay Couples
Taxes just became a lot less complicated.

4 Financial Resources for Active Military
Managing your money while away from home.

3 Times It’s OK to Let Your Credit Score Take a Hit
A credit score hit isn’t always a bad thing.

Monday’s need-to-know money news

Divorce-Money_43Today’s top story: What you need to know about taxes if you’re getting divorced. Also in the news: Honest mistakes that could ruin your credit, what you’ll be paying more for in 2015, and why you might need more care insurance.

Getting Divorced? 8 Things You Must Know about Taxes
Changes during a difficult time.

5 Honest Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Credit
When little mistakes become big ones.

15 things that will cost more in 2015
Prepare to pay more.

Why You Might Need More Car Insurance Than You Have
A little fender tap could end up costing you big bucks.

5 Smart Ways to Use Your Bonus
Instead of piddling it away.

Monday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: How to give yourself a gift without breaking your holiday budget. Also in the news: What you need to ask before buying a winter home, the big tax changes ahead for 2015, and how to avoid going into debt with your first credit card.

How to Treat Yourself Without Breaking Your Christmas Budget
Who knows what you want for Christmas better than you?

5 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Winter Home
Can you truly afford to become a snowbird?

The Biggest Tax Changes for 2015
Get ready.

First Credit Card: Tips to Avoid Going Into Debt
Don’t start off on the wrong foot.

Track Your Mileage to Save Money on Insurance
Using a mileage tracker provided by your insurer could save you big bucks.

Monday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: How to save money on your upcoming tax bill. Also in the news: Tracking your wasteful spending, how to get the best deal on car insurance, and why it pays to shop around for Medicare insurance plans.

7 Money-Saving Tips to Cut Your Tax Bill
How to make tax season a little less painful.

How to Track Your Most Ridiculously Wasteful Spending
Shame yourself into frugality.

Here’s How to Get the Best Deal on Car Insurance – Eventually
The older you get, the less you’ll pay.

It pays to shop for Medicare insurance plans
Welcome to open enrollment season.

Parents of special needs kids can bank on trusts
Providing for your child’s needs after you’re gone.

Friday’s need-to-know money news

Energy_vampireToday’s top story: How to reduce your energy bill by killing off “energy vampires.” Also in the news: Tips on lowering your teen’s car insurance, hazards every student loan borrower should know, and what 2015’s retirement fund contribution limits will be.

This Tool Calculates How much You Pay for “Energy Vampires”
Driving a stake through your energy bill.

6 Tips to Lower the Cost of Your Teen’s Car Insurance
Unfortunately, they won’t lower your blood pressure.

6 Hazards Every Student Loan Borrower Should Beware Of
Don’t set yourself up for failure.

IRS Announces 2015 Retirement Plan Contribution Limits For 401(k)s And More
Find out what changes are in store.

The Best Day to Buy Airline Tickets
Start strategizing for holiday travel.

Thursday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: How to manage your credit cards while being unemployed. Also in the news: Surviving the Heartbleed computer bug, what you need to know about gift taxes, and separating car insurance facts from fiction.

6 Credit Card Tips for the Unemployed
How to carefully manage your credit while unemployed.

What you need to know about the Heartbleed bug
Your personal and financial data may be at risk.

Gift Tax Returns: What You Need To Know
What givers and receivers need to know.

8 Car Insurance Myths You Should Send to the Junkyard
Separating fact from fiction.

It May Not Be Too Late to Reduce Your 2013 Taxes

Less than a week to go.

Thursday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: The long wait for credit card rewards. Also in the news: Simple money lessons to teach your kids, tips on switching your car insurance, and how to impress your loved one on Valentine’s Day without going broke.images (2)

Where the Heck Are My Credit Card Rewards?
Waiting is the hardest part.

5 Super Simple Money Lessons To Teach Kids Of All Ages
Starting off on the right foot.

7 Smart Steps to Switching Your Car Insurance
Don’t let your car become a financial liability.

7 Ways to Say ‘I Love You’ Without Breaking the Bank
You don’t have to go to Jared.

When Not to Use Tax Software: Should Man or Machine Be Your Accountant?
Complex finances should be left to the experts.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: 8 tax breaks expiring at the end of 2013. Also in the news: How to monitor your credit after a data breach, when it makes sense to have credit card debt, and could cheaper insurance convince you to buy a self-driving car?

8 Tax Breaks Expiring at the End of 2013
Teachers aren’t going to like this.

How to Monitor Your Credit After a Data Breach
Vigilance is key.

When Does It Make Sense to Have Credit Card Debt?
Credit card debt isn’t always a bad thing.

Will cheaper insurance sway you toward a self-driving car?
Are you ready to let someone (or something) else do the driving?

10 ways to avoid car-buying gotchas
Be prepared to walk away.