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Cutting These 10 Everyday Expenses in 2014 Will Save You $8,844
How to Perfectly Plan Your Divorce to Protect Your Assets
PNC Bank Review – Overview of PNC Bank Accounts, Loans and More
Here’s Why Bank of America Just Closed Your Credit Card Without Telling You
2014 Academy Award Statue Valued at Just Under $400
Why You Could Start Seeing Your Credit Score on Your Credit Card Bills
How to Host Your Academy Awards Viewing Party on a Budget
Warren Buffett Reveals His No. 1 Investment Strategy That Anyone Can Follow
Your ATM’s OS is a Decade Old: Here’s Why Banks Are Scrambling to Update It
What You Need to Know About Obama’s $3.9 Trillion 2015 Budget
Discover What a Discover Bank Online Savings Account Can Do For You
4 Tips to Cut Your Monthly Bank Fees
Here’s Why One Analyst Says Bank Stocks Are Going to Double
How Ben Bernanke Earned $250,000 in 40 Minutes
Visa and MasterCard Join Forces to Protect Your Card from Hackers
Cutting These 10 Everyday Expenses in 2014 Will Save You $8,844
The new year typically brings about many changes. People are more optimistic about fresh opportunities and are more motivated to leave bad habits behind. According to a GOBankingRates New Year’s resolution survey, the No. 1 financial goal that Americans aim to achieve throughout the year is saving money.

How to Perfectly Plan Your Divorce to Protect Your Assets
As spring nears, many Americans are making good on their New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, change jobs or save money; at the same time, many unhappy spouses are going forward with plans to file for divorce. With more than 800,000 divorces filed annually in the United States, divorce financial planning remains a relevant and critical topic for Americans to consider.

PNC Bank Review – Overview of PNC Bank Accounts, Loans and More
After opening an account with a bank, you might quickly discover that this financial institution isn’t a good fit. Maybe the bank doesn’t offer convenient locations or hours, or maybe you feel that you can find better products and services elsewhere.

Here’s Why Bank of America Just Closed Your Credit Card Without Telling You
Today I logged onto my online banking account with Bank of America and experienced a sudden panic attack when I discovered that one of my credit card accounts was missing. My Credit Card Account Disappeared Into Thin Air. I couldn’t comprehend how my credit card account could just disappear into thin air like that, especially since I knew I still had a balance on it. Assuming there might just be something wrong with Bank of America’s online banking service, I called the number on the back of the card only to have the robotic lady on the other end confirm the account was closed.

2014 Academy Award Statue Valued at Just Under $400
The 2014 Academy Awards, which take place this Sunday evening, is the night most professionals in the film industry have been preparing for all year. There’s nothing more prestigious within the acting community than winning the coveted Oscar trophy — which many say Matthew McConaughey is sure to do for his lead role in Dallas Buyers Club — but the award is worth more than just bragging rights.

Why You Could Start Seeing Your Credit Score on Your Credit Card Bills
Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), is urging credit card issuers to include an updated credit score on monthly credit card bills, according to a statement. “Making consumers’ credit scores freely available on their monthly statement or online makes it easier for them to spot problems with their credit report,” Cordray said.

How to Host Your Academy Awards Viewing Party on a Budget
Whether it’s to see their favorite actress take home the big prize or just catch the red carpet arrivals, millions of people watch the Academy Awards every year. Hosting Oscar parties is a popular activity on this night; but throwing a great Oscar party for your friends and family doesn’t have to mean emptying your savings account. Read on for a few tips and tricks for planning an Oscar party on a budget.

Warren Buffett Reveals His No. 1 Investment Strategy That Anyone Can Follow
Warren Buffett has made his fortune by investing; his net worth stands at $53.5 billion, as estimated by Forbes, gained through a lifetime spent learning about investing and applying his knowledge to earn lucrative gains. Buffett recently revealed in a letter to shareholders of his holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, a formula for investing that is easy enough for anyone to follow.

Your ATM’s OS is a Decade Old: Here’s Why Banks Are Scrambling to Update It
Microsoft announced that it will be ending tech support for Windows XP, the operating system that 95 percent of ATMs run on, by April 8, according to CNN. After support ends, Microsoft will no longer release updates to patch security holes, leaving the systems vulnerable to potential cyber attacks and hacking.

What You Need to Know About Obama’s $3.9 Trillion 2015 Budget
President Barack Obama’s proposed 2015 budget seeks to expand tax credits for the poor and middle class by $60 billion, while obtaining revenue through higher taxes on the rich and “responsibility fees” from big banks. This blueprint would take effect at the beginning of the 2015 fiscal year, Oct. 1, if passed through the Republican-dominated House of Representatives.

Discover What a Discover Bank Online Savings Account Can Do For You
Discover Bank is more than just a credit card issuer, it can also be a savings vehicle. If you’re looking for a savings strategy that grows your personal wealth and achieves your financial goals faster, Discover Bank’s online savings account product was designed specifically for you.

4 Tips to Cut Your Monthly Bank Fees
Much of the country is still in the the midst of the polar vortex, with little hope of feeling the warmth of spring any time soon. Although the official first day of spring isn’t until March 20th, those who have the fortune of residing in sunnier climates, or simply want to get a head start in clearing expensive clutter, can start getting proactive about their financial spring cleaning plan.

Here’s Why One Analyst Says Bank Stocks Are Going to Double
Could bank stocks grow 100 percent in value? Banking analyst and vice president of equity research at Rafferty Capital, Dick Bove, projects they will. Bove cites a combination of bank earnings in double-digit growth for quarter four of 2013 and an overall strong forecast for the U.S. economy as the reasons behind his ambitious projection.

How Ben Bernanke Earned $250,000 in 40 Minutes
Ben Bernanke left his position as head of the Federal Reserve in January, when Janet Yellen was sworn in as the new Fed chairman. Now that he has stepped down, the former Fed chair is free to take on speaking engagements — and make bank on them.

Visa and MasterCard Join Forces to Protect Your Card from Hackers
Major credit card transaction networks Visa and MasterCard announced today that they are forming “a new cross-industry group focused on enhancing payment system security to keep pace with the expectations of consumers, retailers and financial institutions,” according to a statement.

Hey Ladies: Don’t Miss Out on the Broke Boyfriend Tax Exemption
Female breadwinners of the household can save money when filing taxes this year with common — yet often misinterpreted — federal tax exemptions. Federal tax exemptions are earnings that get subtracted from taxpayers’ adjusted gross income (AGI). Exemptions for dependents are often applied when claiming children or qualifying relatives as a dependent. However, one question women fail to ask is: Can I claim my boyfriend as a dependent?

3 Ways to Fix Your Finances in One Hour for Daylight Saving Time
Springtime brings better weather and more daylight, all of which is great — except that it also means it’s time to move our clocks forward for daylight saving time. When is daylight saving time, again? Sooner than you’d like; clocks will be set forward at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 9. So, for at least 23 hours this Sunday, when you feel like you could use just one more hour in the day — you’re actually right!

IRS Reports This Year’s Average Tax Refund is $3,034
The IRS just released updated numbers for the 2014 tax season, reporting that 48 million refunds have been issued as of Feb. 28. The average tax return is $3,034, 3 percent higher than the average of $2,944 for same time in 2013.

How to Start Saving Money for Your Baby’s College Education
As you begin planning for your new baby, you’ll be saving money for a lot of new expenses: diapers, daycare, new baby clothes, furniture and more. However, don’t forget to plan ahead for the day your baby will go to college. You might not be thinking further than the first year of preschool now, but in 18 years, you’ll be wondering how to pay for that tuition.

How to Find Free Tax Preparation in Your City
Taxes are like a constant one-two punch to our bank accounts. All year long, we deal with the sight of looking at those deductions on our pay stubs, dreaming about how we could have used the money for something else. Then, around this time of year, many of us pay extra money to a professional tax preparer to assort and file reports to the IRS for money that we’ve already paid.

IRS Wants to Pay You $25,000 for Saving Your Tax Return
Most people — 61 percent according to a poll by TD Ameritrade — intend to save or invest their tax refund. But a few extra hundreds or thousands of dollars in-hand can make refund recipients feel like they’re allowed to splurge a bit.

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