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Author: Andrew Williams

#1466 Which U.S. Airline Costs the Least? It Depends

We could all save a lot of time (not to mention money) if we knew which airline was cheapest so let's cut to the chase. Sorry, no single airline is always the cheapest (no, not even that airline) and I can prove it with some random fare comparisons. The good news is, there's a simple method to he... see more

#1346 Choosing A Trusted Traveler Program

Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, your time is valuable. If you're looking for a way to spend less time waiting in lines at the airport or at international border crossings, you might want to apply for one of the four Trusted Traveler Programs the U.S. Department of Homeland Secu... see more

#1341 Best Ways To Save On Travel Using Airline Miles

The ads are inviting: tourists hiking in the woods or biking along the beach, courtesy of a free plane ticket earned with frequent flyer miles. Airlines and their credit card company partners are experts at promoting their programs, but how likely are you to ever cash in? Here are some tips on ge... see more

#1266 LendUp: A Responsible Alternative To Payday Loans?

Do you need to borrow $250 or less for just a few weeks? Are you fed up with traditional payday lenders and looking for a better way to borrow money? If so, you might consider LendUp, an online lender that offers small-dollar loans with no credit check required.But is a LendUp loan really ... see more

#1263 Car Insurance Applications: What If You Lie?

Slightly more than half of all applicants for auto insurance don't tell the truth, trying to save a few bucks on premiums, according to a survey of 3,000 consumers by insurance marketplace Men and women lie equally to insurers, while Millennials are more likely to prevaricate than... see more

#1261 Car Title Loan Requirements

A car title loan is a short-term loan in which the borrower's car is used as collateral against the debt. Borrowers are typically consumers who do not qualify for other financing options.If you live in a state that permits car title loans (see States That Allow Car Title Loans), here's how... see more

#1202 Best Ways to Roll Over Your 401(k)

When you leave a job, you have to decide what to do with your 401(k). Your choices: Leave it where it is (this makes sense if you like the investment options offered by the plan), roll it over to a qualified retirement plan at a new employer (if you get a new job and the new employer accepts roll... see more

#1091 Finding Credit Karma's 5 Best Tools

Credit Karma has made a name for itself offering consumers free credit scores – not just a free trial, but completely free ongoing access, no credit card required. (See Why Credit Karma Is Free & How It Makes Money.)It offers the Vantage 3.0 score (a model based on a collaboration am... see more

#1033 4 Reasons Why the Housing Recovery Will Be Short-lived (LOW, HD)

Seven years removed from the recession, American homeowners are beginning to rebound from the havoc created by the housing crisis. Throughout history, the housing market has been a key indicator of financial stability and the real economy. Housing booms and bust are often reflections on the mortg... see more

#966 Basic Elements of a Retirement Plan

How many times have you heard that you need to plan for retirement? You could make an appointment with a financial planner – and you should at some point (for more, see Should You Pay Someone to Create a Retirement Plan?) – but how do you get started on your own? The truth is that retirement ... see more

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