7 Money Links We Love: Why Calling Yourself "Middle Class" Could Hurt Your Finances

7 Money Links We Love: Why Calling Yourself "Middle Class" Could Hurt Your Finances

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Couples who keep money at this big bank may be floored by this policy change. Chase Scraps Joint Credit Cards - CNN Money 

Although this social media thumbs-up is considered free speech, experts say that you should think twice before clicking that Facebook button. Could a Facebook Like Get You in Trouble at Work? - MarketWatch

Stymied by building up your emergency savings? These simple tricks can help you fill out that fund in no time. 8 Tips to Save an Extra $1,000 in 1 Year (or Sooner!) - DailyFinance

If the employee handbook at your new gig is thin, here's how to navigate unwritten office rules. 8 Things You Can Learn About Your New Office Without Asking - POPSUGAR Smart Living

Socking away cash for a down payment on a house? You may want to check out these helpful reads. 9 Real Estate Books You Should Read Before Buying Your First Home - SmartAsset

Despite the fact that women are projected to make more money in the coming years, it seems that they still have plenty of other career challenges. What Men—And Companies—Can Do to Please Women - MainStreet

While we're on the topic of salaries ... If you make between $50,000 and $100,000—and call yourself middle class—it could be bad for your bottom line. When Labeling Yourself Middle Class Can Hold You Back - The New York Times

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Three brave souls bare it all ... budget-wise. 3 People, 1 Salary: How I Save and Splurge on $70,000

Nothing like a six-month backpacking adventure—with only $3,000 to spend—to start married life off right. Our First Money Fight: The Trip That Almost Blew Our Marriage

When your kids need financial help—from college tuition to funding a wedding—it can be hard to say no. But sometimes you need to think of yourself first. Should You Put Your Kids’ Financial Health Before Your Own?

The U.S. Financial Diaries Project tracks every dollar spent by families across the country. Check out the financial faux pas they're making—and that you may be, too. 5 Money Moves Americans Should Be Making … but Aren’t

$10,000. And that's just for one procedure. Here's everything you need to know about the financial side of fertility treaments. 10 Questions for a … Fertility Specialist


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