Monday’s need-to-know money news


Today’s top story: What students can learn from the days before college loans. Also in the news: How one couple paid off over $120,000 in debt in three years, which 1.5% cash-back credit card you should choose, and how millennials racking up credit card points could backfire.

What Students Can Learn From the Days Before College Loans
Community college as a money-saver.

How I Ditched Debt: Kicking Frugality Into High Gear
How one couple paid off over $120,000 in three years.

Which 1.5% Cash-Back Credit Card Should You Choose?
Finding the perfect fit.

Millennials are racking up credit card points—here’s how that could backfire
When chasing points puts you in debt.






Thursday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Why you need a 401(k) in your 20s. Also in the news: How being lazy can help you save money, the new rules of credit card point etiquette, and how to spot financial infidelity.

Yes, You Need a 401(k) in Your 20s — Here’s Why
Paving the long road.

How Being Lazy Can Help You Save Money
Automatic banking can help.

New Rules of Credit Card Points Etiquette
When to use your points.

How to Spot Financial Infidelity
Noticing the signs.