Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: 5 credit card trends to watch in 2021. Also in the news: 7 smart ways to cut car costs in 2021, vague financial resolutions to avoid, and 5 ways young drivers can save on car insurance.

5 Credit Card Trends to Watch for in 2021
Hello, world; goodbye, sweatpants? In 2021, credit cards will appeal to travelers, credit builders and technophiles.

7 Smart Ways to Cut Car Costs in 2021
Easy ways to bring down your automobile costs.

Avoid These Vague Financial Resolutions in 2021
Be more specific.

5 Ways Young Drivers Can Save on Car Insurance
Here’s how to lower your auto insurance costs, even if you’re in your early 20s.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How to make successful financial resolutions in 2017. Also in the news: 5 insurance coverage gaps that could cost you, what to know before giving and accepting money from relatives, and 10 psychological retail tricks that make you spend more money.

How to Make Successful Resolutions in 2017
Stick with it.

Insurance Blind Spots: 5 Coverage Gaps That Could Cost You
Making sure you’re covered.

What to Know Before Giving and Accepting Money From Relatives
Know what you’re getting into.

10 psychological retail tricks that make you spend more money
Don’t fall for them.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

refinancingToday’s top story: What the recent Fed rate hike means for your adjustable-rate mortgage. Also in the news: One state moves to forgive student loans, how to write ironclad financial resolutions, and how to supercharge your retirement savings.

Is It Time to Refinance Your Adjustable-Rate Mortgage?
What the recent Fed increase means for your rate.

If you live in this state, you could have your student loans forgiven
Are you one of the lucky ones?

Your Guide to Writing Ironclad Financial New Year’s Resolutions
Small steps to big goals.

How to supercharge your retirement savings
Learning from the experts.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

321562-data-breachesToday’s top story: The big security threats headed our way in the new year. Also in the news: How to beef up your savings, what millennials should discuss before marriage, and tips on managing your credit cards in the new year.

The Big Scams & Security Threats to Watch Out for in 2015
If you thought 2014 was bad…

7 Ways to Beef Up Your Savings
Give your savings a workout.

4 Financial Issues Millennials Need to Discuss Before Marriage
Putting everything out in the open.

10 Tips for Managing Credit Cards in 2015
How to do a better job in the new year.

How Will You Keep Your Financial Resolutions?
You must commit.

Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailToday’s top story: What to do when your aging parents need financial help. Also in the news: three things homebuyers should know, but don’t, how to revive your New Year’s financial resolutions, and five things to ask an investment adviser before you turn over your money.

When Aging Parents Need Financial Help
How to deal with a delicate situation.

3 Things Homebuyers Should Know, But Don’t
These are important.

9 Ways to Revive Your New Year’s Financial Resolutions
Remember those resolutions?

5 questions advisers must answer before getting your money
Don’t give them your money without these answers.

5 Things You Should Probably Pay Someone Else to Do
DIY can become costly in the long run.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Just how safe are your credit cards? Also in the news: Your hidden credit score, purchasing life insurance, and how you can get your financial resolutions back on track. credit

Could Your Credit Card Be Safer?
How the U.S. stacks up against other countries in credit card security.

How Lenders Use Your Hidden Credit Score
Lenders are looking beyond the traditional scores.

How Much Life Insurance Should You Buy?
Things to consider before purchasing a policy.

The five most common broken financial resolutions — and what you can do to get back on track
All is not lost.

When Not To Invest In Your 401(k) Plan
Why your 401(k) could be a lousy investment.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: The scary statistics of identity theft. Also in the news: A money checklist for 2014, financial resolutions for the new year, and what will cost more in ’14.

These Identity Theft Statistics Are Even Scarier Than You’d Expect
Don’t become a statistic.

Your New Year Money Checklist
Preparing your money for the new year.

5 Financial Resolutions You Need to Make
And stick to!

6 Things That Will Cost More in 2014

7 Ways To Be Better At Your Job In 2014
What you can do to increase your job security.

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.