Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

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How Many Credit Cards Should I Have?
The answer may surprise you.

Smart Financial Moves for Fall
Ways to boost your finances in between pumpkin spice lattes.

Home Improvement Projects Every Seller Should Consider
These projects could increase the number of offers you receive on your home.

Want Your Child To Succeed? A Savings Account May Help
How even a small savings account could set your child on the road to financial success.

Obamacare marketplaces are open: How to apply
A reporter shares her experience of applying for insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

Monday’s need-to-know money news

Doctor feesHow to do your banking on your phone, solving the mysteries of Obamacare, and avoiding the habits that could ruin your retirement.

Can a Debt Collector Double My Debt?
Unfortunately, they can.

How to Stay Safe Banking on Your Phone
Learn how to safely pay your bills in between rounds of Angry Birds.

Obamacare Isn’t Communism, And 13 Other Questions Answered
Clearing up the mysteries surrounding the Affordable Care Act.

Habits That Can Ruin Your Retirement
Retiring doesn’t mean you can get lazy.

What Obamacare will mean for retirees
The prescription drug plan donut hole is shrinking.

Friday’s need-to-know money news

Credit Check 1 How to cure your financial jealousy, steps to improve your credit score, and understanding the Affordable Care Act.

How to Combat Financial Envy
The greener grass isn’t always the better grass.

5 Budget Busters Draining Your Wallet
Simple changes to monthly expenses could make a big difference.

5 Steps to Improving Your Credit Score
Paying attention to your credit reports are key.

4 Ways to Build Credit Without a Credit Card
Loans can be a big help.

Obamacare 101: Your Questions Answered
Understanding the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Offering AdviceControlling shared credit card use, the pros and cons of a high-deductible health plan, and ways to save while grocery shopping.

What to Do if an Authorized User Is Abusing Your Credit Card
Setting boundaries for shared credit cards. r

6 Tips for Navigating the New Health Insurance Exchanges
Don’t be intimidated by the new health exchnages.

Is a high-deductible health plan right for you?
When choosing a high-deductible plan makes the most sense.

Break the spell of spending mindlessly
Tips on how to become a conscious spender.

How to Trim Your Food Budget
Ways to save at the grocery store.

Friday’s need-to-know money news

Zemanta Related Posts ThumbnailHow your addiction to pop culture could put your identity at risk, saving on holiday travel, and when is the right time to kick your kid off of your health insurance?

How Your Katy Perry Obsession Could Get You Hacked
Hackers love the pop culture obsessed.

Our Financial Future: How Banking and Money Will Change
Could bank tellers be replaced by smartphones?

5 tips on selling a home on your own
The pros and cons of selling your home without a real estate agent.

How to Save on Holiday Airfares
What better gift to give yourself than saving on holiday travel?

When to kick your adult child off your health plan
Weighing the options offered by the Affordable Care Act.

Thursday’s need-to-know money news

How Boomers should prepare for Obamacare, the right time to purchase life insurance, and how to keep scammers away from your grandparents’ life savings.

Credit Check 1Six Things Boomers Need to Know About Obamacare
Enrollment begins on October 1st.

Knowing When You Need Life Insurance
It’s likely sooner than you think.

Your Kids And Money: Teaching The Value Of A Dollar
Can giving your child an allowance teach them financial responsibility?

Will Making Minimum Payments Damage Your Credit Score?
Understanding the formulation of your credit score.

The Good News: Your Grandson Isn’t In Peruvian Prison. The Bad News: You Just Lost $250K
Protecting Grandma and Grandpa from scammers.