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5 personal finance podcasts that will make you smarter

Jeff Herman

There are dozens of personal finance podcasts – some from big names (Dave Ramsey) and well-known brands (Freakonomics) – but the ones I like best mix humor, honesty and news I can use. If I laugh a bit while I…
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To stay on budget, click ‘unsubscribe’

Erica Sandberg

You’ve worked hard to create a budget, so why let your inbox lure you into overspending? Amidst all that personal correspondence are advertisements – temptations really – from your favorite retailers. The emails are so tailored to your desires (and…
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Trump Dash Button speeds donations to ACLU

Jay MacDonald

While it didn’t take long for a socially aware techno-cat to cook up an ingenious response to the sometimes ALL CAPS feeds from America’s Tweeter-in-Chief, nobody saw the Trump rage button coming. Credit that mic-drop moment to Nathan Pryor, a…
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Feel powerless over finances? You’re likely to overspend

Kelly Dilworth

People are more likely to spend impulsively if they don’t think they have much control over their financial destiny, new research finds – and my own recent experience confirms this. Conversely, people who are confident in their ability to achieve…
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With chip-enabled sunglasses, it’s paid with the shades

Jay MacDonald

Ever notice how sometimes when you’re searching for a solution, the answer is as plain as the nose on your face? In Visa’s case, that “oh-duh!” moment was literally resting on the nose – and not just one but millions…
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