Schedule a Day of Doctor Appointments

The typical American is terrible at taking time off and seeing a doctor as often as they should. There are, of course, structural reasons for this for many people, but as the year nears its end, consider combining the two, assuming you have the stability and means: Take a day off of work to get all of your medical…

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The Fastest Way to Save $1 Million

Read one article about personal finance and you know that compound interest is one of the most important reasons to start saving and investing early. Well, in theory. You’ve heard that if you start investing in your 20s, you’ll have a bajillion dollars more than you will if you start in your 30s. Or something like…

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Don’t Cheap Out on These Things, Says Reddit

“What’s a product or service you should NEVER cheap out on?” asks redditor Kill_Dr_Phil. Thousands of redditors have answers. We’ve collected some of the most thought-out answers.

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How to Avoid ATM Fraud When You Travel

Travel inherently includes some security risks, because part of security is knowing how things are supposed to work, so you can recognize what’s sketchy. Go to a new city and you might fall for a taxi scam, get pickpocketed—or get your money stolen by an ATM skimmer. We talked to Daniel Smith, security researcher at…

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Uber Drivers Will Soon Be Able to Accept Tips

It might be too little too late, but amid all the Uber controversy, which recently culminated in its CEO’s resignation, Uber has decided to allow all U.S. drivers to accept tips. Here’s what that means for drivers and passengers.

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Are Meal Kits Really Cheaper Than Groceries?

Blue Apron claims the grocery store is “70 percent more expensive” than its service. Home Chef cites a TV news investigation that found a slight savings over groceries. But then I look in my meal kit and see I spent $20 for each meal that barely feeds two people. What gives?

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Are Meal Kits Really Cheaper Than Groceries?

Blue Apron claims the grocery store is “70 percent more expensive” than its service. Home Chef cites a TV news investigation that found a slight savings over groceries. But then I look in my meal kit and see I spent $20 for each meal that barely feeds two people. What gives?

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The Best Cities for Starting a Small Business in 2017

If you’re looking to start a small business this year, you might want to know where in the U.S. you’ll have a better shot at keeping it running. These small cities are the best spots to build from the ground up.

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Four Tips for Spotting Fake GoFundMe Campaigns

Tons of fake GoFundMe donation pages were set up for the family of Robert Godwin Sr. earlier this week after he was murdered in cold blood. It’s a nasty trick, no doubt, but this isn’t the first time scammers have preyed upon sympathetic contributors, and it won’t be the last. Here’s how to spot the fake campaigns…

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Reminder: You Have Until Tomorrow to Lower Your Tax Bill With IRA Contributions

Tax procrastinators, here’s one last friendly reminder for the tax season. If you have an Individual Retirement Account and you want a lower tax bill, you have until tomorrow, April 18th, to stash money in your traditional IRA.

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