Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Bartenders spill secrets for keeping your tab in check. Also in the news: How a remodeling project changes your property tax bill, tips for back-to-school shopping, and how to use your bank’s automatic transfer tools to make budgeting easy.

Bartenders Spill Secrets for Keeping Your Tab in Check
Avoiding a financial hangover.

How a Remodeling Project Changes Your Property Tax Bill
That new bathroom just increased your home’s value.

Cross Items Off Your Back-to-School List With These Tips
Almost time to go back to school.

How to Use Your Bank’s Automatic Transfer Tools to Make Budgeting Easy
Automating your banking can make saving money easier.

Monday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How to protect your money from criminals. Also in the news: How to fight about money and stay madly in love, how to have “the talk” about finances with your parents, and deciding to reroute some of your retirement savings to pay for a house.

Banking Has Changed, but Criminals Haven’t — Here’s How to Protect Your Money
Staying on guard.

How to Fight About Money and Stay Madly in Love
Don’t let money get in the way.

Have ‘The Talk’ About Finances With Your Parents Already
Having the tough conversations.

Should You Reroute Some of Your Retirement Savings to Pay for a House?
One of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: This could be the biggest blow to your retirement. Also in the news: How one couple ditched their debt, why good credit is essential when remodeling a home, and how to apply for a credit card with no credit.

This Could Be the Biggest Blow to Your Retirement
The battle with healthcare costs.

How I Ditched Debt: ‘It Became Like a Game to Us’
One couple’s story.

Remodeling Your Home? Good Credit Offers a Strong Foundation
The better the credit, the better the offers.

How to Apply for a Credit Card With No Credit Score
Exploring the options.

Thursday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: 9 unsung ways to earn airline miles for free. Also in the news: 5 ways not to blow a financial windfall, 5 ways to save at summer music festivals, and the best credit cards for grocery and dining out rewards.

9 Unsung Ways to Earn Airline Miles for Free
Racking up miles while on the ground.

5 Ways Not to Blow a Financial Windfall
Using your newfound money wisely.

5 Ways to Save at Summer Music Festivals
Skip the ten dollar water.

The Best Credit Cards for Grocery and Dining Out Rewards
How to maximize your rewards.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Shady industry finds new ways to charge student borrowers. Also in the news: A guide to garage door installation costs, athleisure vacations, and how to split the bill when eating out with friends.

Shady Industry Finds New Way to Charge Student Borrowers
A new company is offering loans to cover fees.

A Guide to Garage Door Installation Cost
Reducing your costs.

On an Athleisure Trip, See the Sights and Stay in Shape
And how to do it for less.

How to Split the Bill When You’re Eating Out With Friends
Handling the awkward moment.

Monday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: 6 college money lessons you didn’t learn in high school. Also in the news: Affordable ways to refresh your home, 5 ways not to blow a financial windfall, and the high financial cost of being gay.

6 College-Money Lessons You Didn’t Learn in High School
Lessons to take with you on campus.

Affordable Ways to Refresh Your Home
New looks for less.

5 Ways Not to Blow a Financial Windfall
You don’t need a yacht.

The High Cost of Being Gay
Marriage equaliity doesn’t equal financial equality.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How 1% savings hikes can spice up retired life by $1 million. Also in the news: 7 ways to save at Disneyland, why you shouldn’t let a down payment scare you from buying a home, and how Millennial men and women invest differently.

1% Savings Hikes Can Spice Up Retired Life by $1 Million
The earlier start, the better the boost.

7 Ways to Save at Disneyland — No Magic Required
Keeping your money away from the Mouse.

Don’t Let a Down Payment Scare You Off
Help is available for first-time buyers.

401(k) investing: How Millennial men and women invest differently
It goes back to childhood.

Friday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Impact investing – using your dollars to make change. Also in the news: How Alexa and Google can aid in your travel planning, 5 ways to save at summer music festivals, and how your credit card APR could double.

Impact Investing: Using Your Dollars to Make Change
Connecting your dollar with your values.

How Alexa and Google Assistant Can Aid Your Travel Planning
Putting your digital assistants to work.

5 Ways to Save at Summer Music Festivals
No more $12.00 bottles of water.

How Your Credit Card APR Could Double

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Here’s how much you should have saved by 30. Also in the news: Taking the smart investor’s vow: to buy and to hold, getting real about the cost of an average retirement, and the MyHeritage hack affects 92 million customers.

Here’s How Much You Should Have Saved by 30
The magic number.

Take the Smart Investor’s Vow: to Buy and to Hold
In it for the long haul.

Let’s Get Real: What an Average Retirement Costs
Breaking down the numbers.

MyHeritage hack affects 92 million customers, reveals more risks with genealogy sites
Another day, another data breach.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: 5 proven ways to increase your home’s value. Also in the news: Paying off debt while saving for retirement, fresh ways to save some green at the farmer’s market, and how some employers are helping to pay student loans in order to attract workers.

5 Proven Ways to Increase Home Value
Enhancing your curb appeal and interior.

Q: Pay Off Debt or Save for Retirement? A: Both
You don’t have to choose.

Fresh Ways to Save Some Green at the Farmers Market
Avoiding high prices at the supermarket.

Employers Help Pay Student Loans to Attract Workers
Now that’s a perk.