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What to Buy (and Skip) in July

Excessive heat isn’t the only thing ushered in by the summer months—sales abound around the July 4 holiday, and many off-peak products see their prices plummet.

10 Expensive Habits You Can Break Today

Bad habits have a tendency to cost us a lot of money, and—thanks to the gratification we find from the spending indulgences—they’re rarely an easy thing to kick.

10 Ways You Can Get More Money in Retirement

Leaving the workforce often means making some huge changes to your financial habits.

7 Smart Ways to Save on Your Wedding

A wedding is probably the single most expensive event a couple will ever fund. With costs often averaging into the tens of thousands, it’s not uncommon for many to start their life together in debt.

10 Signs You Aren’t Saving Enough for Retirement

Pinpointing exactly how much money you need to cover your retirement can be difficult, and knowing whether you’re currently saving enough to match your goals can be even harder to decipher.

8 Store Loyalty Programs that Actually Save You Money

Loyalty programs often feel like an afterthought, built more to fool a customer into thinking they’re being thanked than to actually serve them well.

5 Bankruptcy Myths Dispelled

Filing for bankruptcy is never ideal, but it is sometimes the last resort and only viable option for discharging an overwhelming amount of debt.

5 Ways Millenials Can Avoid Boomer Mistakes

Each generation is born into a unique economic environment, assuming its own financial identity as its members age and prioritize things like work, travel, home buying, and higher education.

8 Financial Tips to Ease the Transition from Military to Civilian Life

Whether the military has been a part-time enlistment or life-long career, transitioning out of the lifestyle can be a difficult chore to undertake when it comes to finances.

12 Ways to Make Your Move Less Stressful

12 Ways to Make Your Move Less Stressful

Mikey Rox for LongLiveYourMoney.com
Moving into a new home or apartment? Consider these helpful tips for making the transition as smooth as possible from start to finish.