The 3 Budget-Ruiners You Can Conquer

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  • The 3 Budget-Ruiners You Can Conquer

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    While most of us may try to keep our spending in check, it’s really easy to let a monthly budget…

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  • 5 Best Debt Payoff Calculators

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    I remember the first time it really hit me how much debt I was actually in. It was right after…

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  • Are Mobile Payments Secure?

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    The introduction of Apple Pay has brought mobile payments to the forefront of consumer consciousness.  While mobile payment has been…

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  • The Awful Truth About Your Spending

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    There comes a point in most people’s lives when they realize their spending doesn’t necessarily align with their values. Sometimes…

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  • Ringing in the New Year with FeeX

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    2014 has come and gone, and we’re so happy we got to spend it with you! From our launch this spring…

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  • 3 Tips for Building Wealth in Your 30s

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    So you’ve turned the big 3-0, life has probably started to calm down… you likely know what career you want, what…

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  • How to Prepare Your Investments For a Bear Market

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    The best time to prepare your investments for a bear market is before one happens. Though it may seem absurd…

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  • Effective Holiday Re-Gifting Strategies

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    That awful Christmas sweater. A gift card to a store that’s two hours away. The winter shawl that won’t quite…

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  • Top 7 Best Personal Finance Books

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    Christmas is right around the corner, maybe you are looking to take a much needed break to do some reading…

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  • 2 Social Media Tools that Show You How to Invest like Buffett (And More)

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    Investing is a key aspect to building wealth, yet there is so much fear surrounding it. For Millennials in and…

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  • Beating the Market: Nearly Impossible to Do

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    Here’s a fantastic community post from FeeX fan Yihezkel, who’s sharing his thoughts on “beating the market” — if it’s possible,…

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  • Which States Pay the Most in Investment Fees?

    Compound interest and high investment fees are a terrible combination — FeeX has already found plenty of instances where people…

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  • Holy Fine Print, Batman! Check Out This Crazy Expense Ratio Description

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    When you’re dealing with money as a financial institution, there’s going to be a lot of fine print and legalese…

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  • The Top 10 Best Places To Retire

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    I’ve seen plenty of top 10 best places to retire lists over the last few years. They all mention specific…

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  • How to Read a Brokerage Account’s Statement

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    Starting to invest can be overwhelming. It’s often a new lingo to us and there is a lot of information…

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  • This Movie Shows What’s Holding Americans Back from Saving More Money

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    We’ve written before about the importance of saving for an emergency fund, of allocating your money toward retirement savings, and…

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  • The 10 Things You Should Be Buying At Costco

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    Shopping at a warehouse club is quite the American experience. It’s huge and it can be rather overwhelming. But at…

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  • The Best State to Retire In Might Surprise You

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    What first comes to mind when you hear the question: what is the best State to retire in? Perhaps sunny…

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  • 3 Investment Fees You Don’t Realize You’re Paying

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    As consumers, we’re used to paying for services. We expect fees on most of the services we use because we…

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  • How to Read Your Credit Card Statement

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    I am so excited to be sharing information on how to read a credit card financial statement because I think…

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