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Patriots rookie is saving and investing 90% of his paychecks so he can ‘live like a prince’ for the rest of his life
Joejuan Williams told the Boston Globe that he's taking his finances seriously, and not treating a second NFL contract like it's promised.
A man who interviewed over 150 millionaires says getting rich boils down to perfecting a 3-step formula
John from ESI Money says the formula for becoming a millionaire is clear: Increase your income, control your spending, and invest early and often.
Here’s how to use your FSA dollars before you lose them at the end of the year — and get a discount on supplies you’d need to buy an...
Even if your FSA deadline is December 31, you likely have until March 15 before it's gone for good. Here's what you can use your FSA money on.
I had to take on credit-card debt for my dog’s first emergency, but my new high-yield savings account keeps me from ever having to do it again
When their dog needed surgery this past spring, the family had enough money saved in their high-yield savings account to cover the $2,000 total.
Price matching makes saving money easy. Here are 7 popular retailers that will give you money back if you find a product for less somewhere else.
Here’s how much your money could grow if you put $10, $100, or $1,000 a month in a high-yield savings account
Robo-adviser Betterment offers an industry-leading annual percentage yield (APY) of up to 2.39% on its high-yield savings account.
Moving into a tiny house helped one 35-year-old increase his income and save $100,000 in 5 years — here’s how he did it
Ryan Mitchell's 150 square-foot tiny house reduced his housing costs. The extra money helped him save 50% of his income a month and start a business.
Despite their finan...
I saved over $1,500 in the first six months of using the paid version of the Albert savings app on my phone.
I’ve worked from home for 9 years — and I’ve saved $30,500 on lunches, gas, business attire, and coffee
Some of the biggest savings come from cooking at home, not having to buy dress clothes, and not spending money on commuting.