Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How to read the fine print on credit card offers. Also in the news: Mistakes to avoid if you want your student loans forgiven, how to switch brokers and move your investments, and three retirement savings strategiess to use if you plan to retire early.

How to Read the Fine Print of Credit Card Offers
Paying close attention.

Want Your Student Loans Forgiven? Avoid These 4 Mistakes
Forgiveness is possible.

How to Switch Brokers and Move Your Investments
Big banking moves.

Three retirement savings strategies to use if you plan to retire early
Getting out as soon as you can.

Friday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: Teaching your kids to avoid money mistakes. Also in the news: Becoming a smarter investor, cleaning up your digital life, and how your summer vacation could earn you credit card perks.

Teaching Kids to Avoid Money Missteps
Put them on the right path early.

One Phrase That Will Make You a Smarter Investor
It’s all about the evidence.

Tips for Cleaning Up Your Digital Life
Protecting yourself from identity theft.

The Best Summer Credit Card Rewards Offers
How to get perks from your vacation spending.

3 Tips to Increase Your Paycheck
It’s time to maximize your allowances.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How to stop the barrage of credit card offers. Also in the news: How to lower your property tax bills, keeping your financial resolutions, and why playing a lottery that you’ll never, ever win could be a good thing. 3509554-lottery-ticket

How to Stop Getting Credit Card Offers in the Mail
Opting out of the onslaught.

How to Lower Your Property Taxes
Three steps to cutting your tax bill.

Three Ways to Keep Your Financial Resolutions in 2014
How not to break your resolutions by January 2nd.

Why Playing The Lottery Is A Good Investment
Yes, you read that correctly.

Rules to Follow When Giving Gifts in the Office
Navigating the dreaded gift swap.