Monday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: What to do when your holiday gifts haven’t arrived. Also in the news: A new episode of the Smart Money podcast on financial accomplishments, how pet insurance can keep costs in check, and the benefits of an unpaid internship.

Your Holiday Gifts Still Haven’t Arrived. Now What?
Remain calm.

Smart Money Podcast: What Our Listeners Accomplished This Year, Part 1

Pet Insurance Can Help Keep Costs for Your Furbaby in Check
A pet insurance policy can pick up part of the tab if your four-legged companion gets sick or injured.

Get Skills — Not Bills — at an Unpaid Internship
It can cost thousands of dollars to do an unpaid internship, and many take on credit card debt to get by. Here are ways to limit that high-interest debt.
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Wednesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Keep an eye on debt using visual aids. Also in the news: How to make last-minute flight changes, pet insurance can help keep costs for your furbaby in check, and nearly 30% of shoppers haven’t paid off last years holiday debt.

Keep an eye on debt using visual aids
Visual aids provide motivation.

Winter storms, COVID: How to make last-minute flight changes
Be prepared for last-minute flight changes or cancellations this year.

Nearly 30% of shoppers haven’t paid off last years holiday debt
Financial experts give tips on how to limit your debt

Pet insurance can help keep costs for your furbaby in check
70% of U.S. households have a pet, according to the 2021-2022 American Pet Products Association National Pet Owners Survey.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How one family paid off $130,000 of debt in less than four years. Also in the news: The pros and cons of cash-out refinancing, the sneaky ways burnout hurts your bottom line, and how to not let your vet bill dog you forever.

How I Ditched Debt: Little Splurges on the Path to Freedom
One family’s story of paying off $130,000 in less than four years.

Cash-Out Refinance Pros and Cons
A good way to pay for home improvements.

Sneaky Ways Burnout Hurts Your Bottom Line
Millennials are struggling.

Don’t Let Your Vet Bill Dog You Forever
Taking care of your best pal.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: 6 things to know about the Uber IPO. Also in the news: How one woman ditched 80K of debt in two years, how pet insurance can be your wallet’s best friend, and switching bank accounts for the rewards.

6 Things to Know About the Uber IPO
What potential investors should know.

How I Ditched Debt: Redefining ‘Best Life,’ Scaling Back
How one woman paid off nearly $80K in two years.

Pet Insurance Can Be Your Wallet’s Best Friend
Our pets’ care can get pricey.

Should You Switch Bank Accounts for the Rewards?
The pros and cons.

Friday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Are you robbing your parents’ retirement. Also in the news: When is your credit score high enough, when a cash back card is better than travel rewards, and how to pay for your pet’s healthcare.

Are You Robbing Your Parents’ Retirement?
Parents helping their adult kids at the expense of their future.

When Is Your Credit Score High Enough?
Your credit health matters.

It’s OK If Travel Rewards Cards Aren’t for You
A cash back card could be better.

How to Pay for Your Pet’s Healthcare
Taking care of your furkids.

Monday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: Pet insurance can be your wallet’s best friend. Also in the news: How to get the most out of online reviews, talking to your parents about their financial plans, and where the 2020 candidates stand on student debt and college affordability.

Pet Insurance Can Be Your Wallet’s Best Friend
Covering your furry friends.

How to Get the Most out of Online Reviews
When to trust reviews.

Yes, You Should Ask Their Parents About Their Financial Plans
A crucial conversation.

Where the 2020 candidates stand on student debt and college affordability
An important issue.

Tuesday’s need-to-know money news

Today’s top story: How to tackle debt as a couple. Also in the news: Creating a personal finance statement, the pros and cons of buying pet insurance, and how to have a great first date without going broke. Zemanta Related Posts Thumbnail

6 Tips for Tackling Debt as a Couple
There’s no need to go it alone.

Will Your Personal Financial Statement Surprise You?
If you’re looking to start a small business, a personal financial statement is a must.

Should you buy pet insurance?
Keeping your four-legged friend healthy can become expensive.

How to Be a Cheap First Date
Making a great first impression without going broke.

How to Pay for Cancer Treatment When You’re Broke
Help is available.