Personal Finance 2020-01-15T16:00:00Z
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Chase Sapphire Reserve vs American Express Platinum: Which premium credit card is right for you?

The Chase Sapphire Reserve and the Amex Platinum are two of the most popular — and rewarding — premium credit cards. See which one is best for you.
Personal Finance 2020-01-29T19:58:00Z
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The Amex Platinum is available to active-duty servicemembers at no annual fee — but even with the fee, the credit card is a great value

Here's how active-duty US servicemembers can get the Amex Platinum Card's fee waived. The card offers a fantastic value and great travel benefits.
Personal Finance 2019-12-09T21:10:00Z
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The 9 best small business credit cards for maximizing your spending

Here are some of the best small business credit cards of 2019 to separate your business and personal expenses while earning valuable rewards.
Personal Finance 2020-01-07T18:43:00Z
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Personal Finance 2020-01-27T14:56:00Z
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The 9 best airline credit cards for earning miles and getting benefits like free checked bags

The best airline credit cards from American Airlines, Delta and more, plus more versatile options including the Chase Sapphire Preferred.
Personal Finance 2019-12-04T16:10:00Z
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American vs. Delta vs. United — we compared the 3 most popular airline credit cards

We compared the most popular credit cards from the big US airlines: American, United, and Delta. See if it's worth having an airline credit card.
Personal Finance 2020-02-03T16:16:00Z

The best rewards credit cards for earning travel points, cash back, and more

The best rewards credit cards to open now. We break down the best credit card options for earning points, miles, or cash back in 2020.
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Personal Finance 2020-02-08T22:13:00Z

Paying with a debit card is leaving money on the table, and 4 more reasons I only ever pay with credit

Credit cards offer better protections, less liability in case of fraud, and more leverage with merchants. There's rarely a reason to use debit.
Personal Finance 2020-02-08T21:54:00Z

5 smart pieces of investing advice financial planners will tell you for free

While you have to assume some level of risk with any stock market investment, you don't have to put everything on the line to be successful.
Personal Finance 2020-02-08T16:56:00Z

Shopping at Costco saves me over $500 a year on personal-care products, from tampons to toothpaste

There's money to be saved at Costco, as long as you can part with some brands you love — and have enough storage in your home to store your loot.
Personal Finance 2020-02-08T14:30:00Z

I'm a full-time digital nomad, and credit card points make traveling 8 months of the year no more expensive than staying at home

I'm able to keep my transportation and lodging costs low largely by using points and miles from my credit cards, which provide a lot of value.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-08T13:15:00Z

More than half of millennial parents said they didn't expect kids to be so expensive, and most are pretty stressed about it

Millennials are more likely than their parents were to consider finances before having kids — but they're still in for a sticker shock.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-08T12:07:00Z

Housing inventory in the US dropped to its lowest level in years while home values are on the rise — here's what that means

The roughly 7.5% drop in homes listed for sale was the steepest decline Zillow has seen since it started recording inventory data.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T22:01:59Z

Here's what you need to know about filing an amended tax return to correct your income, credits, or deductions

To claim a refund, the amended tax return deadline is typically within two to three years of the date you filed the original return.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-07T20:59:00Z

Inside one of the oldest and most expensive mansions in Charleston, which is selling for $15 million and was once owned by Abraham Lincoln's granddaughter

The over 200-year-old Sword Gate House is priceless to historians and breathtaking to architectural design buffs.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T20:21:00Z

You may be able to get out of debt with Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness, but it can be tough to qualify

Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness is a program introduced in 2007 to help public sector workers shed their debt after 10 years on the job.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T20:00:54Z

Shopping for a loan with Credible is like shopping for flights online: easy and low-risk

When it comes to shopping for loans, many of us feel intimidated and unsure where to start. But we found Credible to be straightforward and low-risk.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T19:46:00Z

Last year, Southwest ran a blockbuster credit card offer that scored travelers 2-for-1 travel, but the airline's current deal could be even better

The sign-up bonus for up to 75,000 points gets you more than halfway toward the Companion Pass. If you qualify, you'll get it for more than a year.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T19:24:00Z

2 Delta credit cards come with an annual companion plane ticket — it can be an incredible value if you use it right

The Delta Platinum and Delta Reserve let you bring along a companion at a minimal cost, and you get this benefit each year when you renew your card.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T17:41:00Z

The IRS isn't calling you — it's a scam, and here's what to do if it happens to you

A popular IRS phone scam alleges there is "fraud and misconduct" associated with your taxes. Don't call back.
BI Prime Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-07T17:38:10Z

The NYC broker-fee ban is something to get excited about, but renters need to know it's not exactly gone

The New York Department of State has barred brokers who work on behalf of landlords from forcing tenants to pay broker fees.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T17:29:00Z

You'll need a brokerage account if you want to start investing, and they're easy to open online

Brokerage accounts typically come from a bank or stock brokerage firm that keeps your investments safe while enabling you to buy and sell assets.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T16:48:19Z

Best tax software for small business owners: How TurboTax, TaxAct, and eFile.com compare

To find the best tax software for small business owners, we compared leading online tax services on price, accessibility, and ease of use.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-07T16:36:00Z

These are the top 10 countries to retire in this year, according to US expats who have already made the move

International Living ranked the best global retirement destinations, considering quality of life and affordable healthcare. Five are in Latin America.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T16:23:00Z

Review: The Delta SkyMiles Platinum Amex card is a serious contender for Delta regulars thanks to its companion certificate and other perks

If you fly Delta several times a year, the Platinum Delta Amex can easily be worth the annual fee thanks to an annual companion certificate.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T15:58:34Z

Dependent life insurance can cover unexpected costs if your spouse or child dies unexpectedly

Dependent life insurance offers a payment, known as a death benefit, in the event a covered spouse or child dies.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T15:52:14Z

What is tax liability? It's how much you owe in taxes depending on your filing status and income

Tax liability is the amount of taxes you owe to the government. Certain deductions and credits can help reduce your tax liability.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T15:22:00Z

11 travel rewards credit cards that will reimburse your Global Entry fee every 4 years

The Global Entry fee credit is a nice perk that is offered on several credit cards. Here are the best ones that offer this benefit.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T14:45:00Z

I'm a self-made millionaire and the biggest money mistake I've made isn't anything I did — it's what I didn't do

I would have built wealth much quicker had I opened an investment account in my teens. More specifically, I wish I'd opened a Roth IRA.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T14:45:00Z

I'm a diehard Costco shopper, and there are 5 unexpected reasons it's my favorite store

Costco has great travel deals, stylish clothes, affordable vaccinations, and delicious cooked food options.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T14:15:00Z

9 steps I cross off the list before filing my taxes as a freelancer, to keep things organized and save as much money as possible

I'm self-employed, so tax season is slightly more complicated for me than for someone with more traditional employment.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T14:06:00Z

Credit cards can be a blessing or a curse depending on how you use them — here are 5 lessons you don't want to learn the hard way

Stay in good financial health —?and maximize your rewards —?by heeding these five lessons for using credit cards.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T21:05:00Z

Delta SkyMiles Gold card review: Worth it for the free checked bag and other benefits, even if you only fly Delta a few times each year

The Gold Delta Amex offers perks that can improve your travel with the airline, including a free checked bag, 2x miles on Delta purchases, and more.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T20:28:00Z

You'll soon be able to use your Chase points to book some of the world's best restaurants, bars, and wineries

Later in 2020, you'll be able to redeem your Ultimate Rewards points toward dining reservations and experiences on the Tock platform.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T20:11:56Z

How to get a personal loan if you need cash for a big bill or debt consolidation

If you need cash for home improvement, to pay a big bill, or to consolidate debt, a personal loan may be a good choice for you.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T19:58:00Z

8 credit cards without foreign transaction fees, so you can save money on international trips

If you're traveling abroad, make sure you bring a credit card that waives foreign transaction fees to avoid extra charges. Here are our top picks.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T18:01:27Z

3 reasons I didn't go on an income-driven repayment plan to pay my student loans, even though I would have qualified

When I left graduate school with $68,000 of student loans, I could have used income-driven-repayment to make my monthly payments more manageable.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T17:38:00Z

Annual fees aren't always worth it, but with these 5 cards the benefits are worth more than what you'll pay each year

There are plenty of cards with perks worth more than the annual fee. Take a look at the benefits and see how many of them you'll realistically use.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T16:58:00Z

There are 9 US states with no income tax, but 2 of them still tax investment earnings

The states with no income tax are Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T14:51:00Z

7 travel rewards credit cards that live up to the hype, from the premium Chase Sapphire Reserve to the $95-a-year United Explorer Card

These cards from Delta, Hilton, Amex, Chase, and more have valuable benefits that justify their reputations as top options for award travelers.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T14:30:00Z

Southwest has 5 different credit cards for enjoying flight perks and earning points toward the Companion Pass — here's how to decide which is best for you

There are three Southwest consumer credit cards and two Southwest business credit cards. We broke down the details to find the best option for you.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T14:15:00Z

After 8 years of doing my own taxes, I recommend 3 services to make filing taxes cheap and stress-free

I've used TurboTax, Credit Karma Tax, H&R Block, and TaxAct to do my own personal and small business taxes. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses.
Personal Finance 2020-02-06T13:32:00Z

Experts say everyone should have an emergency fund, but in a year of freelancing I found it's non-negotiable when you're self-employed

Each time a payment fell through, the fact that I had an emergency fund saved to fall back on would at least soften the blow.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-05T22:22:00Z

Elon Musk made almost $12 billion in the past week as Tesla's stock soars. Here's how the eccentric CEO makes and spends his $45.2 billion fortune.

Tesla's surging share price this week has given CEO Elon Musk's net worth a boost, following the company's better-than-expected earnings report.
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