7 Money Links We Love: Is Delaying Your "I Dos" the Key to Financial Success?

7 Money Links We Love: Is Delaying Your "I Dos" the Key to Financial Success?

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From renting out your digs to using your travel credit card, it's easy to make your next getaway more affordable—and even turn a profit on it. 10 Ways to Earn Money While You're on Vacation - Savvy Sugar

We may not be able to control the rising cost of tuition, but students often forget they can cut college costs in other ways, like buying used textbooks or renting them from the library. 13 Ways College Students Waste Money And Opportunities - Forbes

Hoping for a raise? High job turnover indicates that now may be the time to ask, as companies are eager to please their current employees. Why Your Boss is Working Harder to Keep You Happy - Time

Are high school seniors savvy or over-indulged? At certain stores, registries for college-bound students surpassed those made for weddings last year. Weddings? Babies? Now College Kids Are Registering for Gifts Too - CNN Money

A new study finds stock market traders exposed to chronic stress tend to be more risk-averse. Here's what research on money experts can teach us about our own financial decision-making. Stress Hormones That Leave Marks on Trading Floors - The Wall Street Journal

Pay off your mortgage or invest? If you "think like a bank," you might choose the latter. Money Advice the Experts Don’t Agree On: Paying Off Your Mortgage - Lifehacker

You can't hurry love—or earning power. It turns out women who put off marriage until their 30s end up making over $18,000 more than their peers who got hitched in their 20s. Millennial Women Delay Tying the Knot - The Washington Times

The recession may have officially ended five years ago, but many of us are still reeling from its effects, according to new data from the Federal Reserve Board. Fed: the Long Arm of the Recession Still Felt By Millions - USA Today

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Getting out of debt as fast as possible is a noble goal—but only if you do it the right way. Pay, Spend, Pay: The Common Debt Mistake You Can’t Afford to Make

As many as one in three partnered adults have lied to a significant other about money. What to do if you find out it's happened to you. Financial Infidelity Uncovered: 6 Money Lies Your Significant Other May Be Telling You

Skip the side plates but order the appetizers; pick a strong cocktail but less fancy liquor. Experts dish on how to save on your next meal out. 12 Drinking and Dining Hacks From Restaurant Insiders

This woman started saving for her kids' college the day they were born—accumulating enough to put her daughter through private school, plus some. Money Mic: How I Saved $70,000 to Send Two Kids to College

From late credit card payments to inflated, last-minute plane tickets, procrastination costs you time—and money. 8 Common Ways Procrastination Costs You Big Time

Volunteer your time and make the world a better place—and you just might get some relief from your student debt. Charitable (College) Giving: 3 Ways to Pay Off Your Student Loans By Doing Good

It turns out saying thank you really does pay off ... by keeping you away from impulse purchases. A Simple Antidote to Overspending: Gratitude


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