7 Money Links We Love: The $4 ATM Fee and Other Eye-Opener Fiscal Stats

7 Money Links We Love: The $4 ATM Fee and Other Eye-Opener Fiscal Stats

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From cars to cruise packages, purchasing these items in October (instead of during the post-Thanksgiving shopping rush) will save you cash—and your sanity. 6 Products to Buy Before Black Friday — PopSugar

Many young Americans are saying "I don't" because of their student debt—and in fact, some are finding it difficult to even start a relationship while weighed down by their loans. Burdened With Record Amount of Debt, Graduates Delay Marriage — NBC

Research suggests women are less likely than men to return to the workforce after losing their job. Why? One expert says the trend reflects the history of gender dynamics. Why Women Are Staying Unemployed For a Longer Time Than Men — Business Insider

Reality bites, at least when it comes to how you feel about your tuition: Apparently 89% of current students believe their college investment will pay off, while only 66% of former students feel the same. Why Student Loans Are Bad for Your Health — MarketWatch

Across the U.S., many retirees struggle to afford their lifestyle—except in these two locales, where seniors have done a decent job of padding their retirement income. Lackluster Savings Tarnishing Seniors' Golden Years — CNBC

News flash: The average cost of using an out-of-network ATM is now more than $4. But these banks and credit unions will help ease the pain by reimbursing you for those fees. The Best Banks That Refund ATM Fees — Lifehacker

Does the prospect of a job halfway across the globe appeal to you? As many as 64% of people worldwide say they’d be willing to move abroad for work. This country took the top spot for the most-desired location. Would You Move Abroad for a Job? —CNN

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From birthday gifts to impromptu nights on the town, hanging with friends can take a serious toll on your wallet. Here are our top tips for maintaining a social life—while keeping your spending in check. Social (Money) Etiquette: Don't Let Fun With Friends Tank Your Finances

If you think you aren't wealthy enough to hire a financial planner, or believe your money life is so simple that you choose to fly solo, you could be falling for one of these major misconceptions. 6 Common Myths About Financial Planning—Busted

Are you sabotaging your chances of getting a raise? Your own fears could be the biggest stumbling blocks to earning what you’re really worth. Scared to Talk Salary? 4 Phobias That Can Impact Your Earning Power

The wealthy didn’t get where they are by sheer luck. There are good money habits millionaires have—like knowing how to tweak your finances after a major life event—that anyone can adopt today. The Millionaire Mindset: 6 Mistakes the Rich Never Make

It’s a boy! It’s a girl! It’s a whole new money life! From purchasing life insurance to saving for college, here are the most important financial tasks new Moms and Dads should tackle. Infographic: 5 Money To-Dos Every New Parent Should Do

Preparing for retirement isn't just about stockpiling money for your golden years—it's also about how you'll spend it when you finally get there. Here's how to hack your vision for retirement. Power Hack of the Week: The No Regrets Retirement Strategy


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