May 2014

ShareTweet Millennial’s undoubtedly face many challenges including dealing with student debt and trying to find an actual well-paying job post-college. Many of them have questions about what to do to ensure their financial security once they’ve entered the working world. Sheila Bair, the senior advisor to the Pew Charitable trust, a best-selling author and the […]

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ShareTweet One of the most vulnerable points that credit cards have is that, since they are always “on”, they can always be used by criminals who somehow get access to their data. All a criminal has to do is hack into your credit card and they can quickly drain your bank account, and with the […]

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ShareTweet The devastating and ongoing drought in California is causing food prices to rise quite quickly and, in the near future, that’s not likely to change. Timothy Richards, a professor of agribusiness at Arizona State University, recently said that “I would expect a 28% increase for avocados and 34% increase for letters” after research was […]

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How to Get Those Extra Airlines Miles You Need

by Justin Weinger on May 5, 2014

ShareTweet If you use reward points to get airline tickets, sometimes you have to be a little bit creative. Unfortunately, there have been a number of changes in frequent flyer program terms at airlines like Delta, United and American airlines, all of whom changed the number of miles required for various award seats and, in […]

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