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A CD can be a good place to store money you don't need immediately.

Here’s exactly how to decide if you should put money in a CD

A CD, or certificate of deposit, is an FDIC-insured savings instrument that provides a safe, secure option to store savings you need in the future.
Financial advisors can help you make big money decisions.

Here’s exactly how to tell if you need a financial advisor, a robot, or nobody at all

Consider hiring a financial advisor if you need specific advice or you're too overwhelmed to plan for retirement or invest in the stock market.
For anyone looking to pay off student loans faster, there's at least one clear solution.

Here’s exactly how much time and money you can shave off your student loans by paying $100 more each month

You can pay off student loans faster and save money on interest by increasing your monthly payment by as little as $100.
If you're deciding whether to lease or buy a car, remember that numbers aren't everything.

The first question to ask yourself if you’re deciding whether to buy or lease a car has little to do with the numbers

If you're deciding to lease or buy a car, focusing only on the monthly payment can be misleading.
The second edition of Ramit Sethi's bestselling book, "I Will Teach You To Be Rich" is available May 14.

The best money advice no one ever wants to hear, according to a financial expert and bestselling author

"I Will Teach You To Be Rich" author Ramit Sethi has found his audiences are often resistant to one piece of advice: Earn more money.

The best credit card rewards, bonuses, and benefits of 2019

Get more points with the best credit card rewards. We break down what you need to know to pick the right credit card benefits and rewards.
A joint credit card can help keep things simple.

A joint credit card can be a convenient way to keep household expenses in one place — or a risk you might not want to take

A joint credit card comes with its risks. In most cases, one person takes primary responsibility for the card, no matter how the other person uses it.
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I have 26 credit cards and no debt. Here’s the best advice I can give you about managing multiple credit cards

Don't rely on your memory to know which credit cards you've had in the past. It may be harder to keep track than you think.
Most people only need two bank accounts.

How many bank accounts you need to keep things simple, according to a financial planner

Regardless of how many credit cards, kids, or houses you have, you can probably keep things simple with just two bank accounts.
Take advantage of high-interest accounts to grow your emergency fund.

A financial advisor says there are 4 smart ways to grow your emergency fund — here’s how they stack up

The best place to grow your emergency fund is somewhere safe and liquid. Try a high-yield savings account or money-market fund for the best return.