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7 Things Financially Successful People Refuse to Do

Filed under: Planning What are a few financial goals you’re aspiring to reach? Perhaps you want to pay off debt, save $ 2 million for retirement, or give more than you ever thought possible. One of the best ways to get where you want to go in life is to look at the lives of those who have arrived. How ...

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5 Things You Should Never Buy With Your Credit Card

Filed under: Credit Cards Getty By Dan Rafter It’s a big temptation: Your pockets are empty, and you desperately need that morning coffee to get through that commute. But don’t do it – don’t take that credit card out of your pocket. If you can’t pay for that latte with cash, skip it and drink from the free coffeepot at ...

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6 Things You Should Check Before Buying a Used Car

Filed under: Car Buying Getty By Allison Martin Thinking about retiring your current wheels? If so, it might be wise to skip a brand-new model and instead purchase a new-to-you vehicle. Buying a gently used car spares you the depreciation that befalls a new car as soon as you drive it off the lot. You’ll save a lot of money ...

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NFL stars 'say' ridiculous things in Bad Lip Reading

[embedded content] The made up discussion on the field and on the sideline are way more entertaining than anything that’s actually said during an NFL game. The geniuses behind Bad Lip Reading are at it again, just in time for the Super Bowl, and on Tuesday dropped Part I of the 2016 edition of the annual mock season recap. NFL ...

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8 Surprising Things That Are Taxable

Filed under: Taxes Alamy By Geoff Williams On the list of things you hate, somewhere in there is probably learning that something you didn’t think you had to pay tax on, you do. Any money that comes into your life can be taxable, says San Diego-based tax attorney Sam Brotman. “Technically, under Internal Revenue Code Section 62, the IRS can ...

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9 Things to Do in the New Year to Brighten Your Financial Outlook

Filed under: Personal Finance, Budgeting, Planning, Financial Education Getty By Teresa Mears A new year is approaching, and with it comes the desire to do better. We make New Year’s resolutions for all aspects of our life, and our money should be part of that. If you’re spending too much and saving too little, or if you don’t even know ...

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5 Little Things You Could Be Doing to Save Money, but Aren’t

Filed under: Travel, Credit Cards, Shopping, How to Save Money, Consumer Issues Getty ImagesUnplugging electronics and filling out surveys at the bottom of receipts can boost your bank account. When it comes to money, every little bit adds up. That’s what everyone always says, but everyone also has their limits. For instance, if you see a penny on the ground, ...

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7 things I learned from the designer of the NES

Late last week, eight floors above a Five Guys in a common space of a completely mistakable building, the man who created the most famous game console spoke to a crowd of maybe 100 people. Masayuki Uemura was responsible for designing the Nintendo Family Home Computer, or Famicom, as well as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), which was sold in ...

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3 things we learned from Manchester United’s 3-0 decimation of Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur really weren’t very good today, but Manchester United’s utter domination still taught us a few things. There’s a very happy manager in Old Trafford right now as Louis Van Gall silenced some of his critics today thanks to Manchester United’s 3-0 humbling of Tottenham Hotspur thanks to a dominant three-goal first half and a confident and composed second ...

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