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Smart ways every driver can save on filling up their tank
Whether you're a daily commuter, road tripper or weekday warrior, there are ways to save on gas for every type of driver. Chase outlines our top tips to save on gas.
Everything you need to apply for a mortgage
Applying for a mortgage can be daunting. Lenders need to review your income, credit score and more to asses your financial profile. Chase offers tips on organizing your financial information to minimize stress and help you apply for a home loan.
We had a family emergency. Our savings cushion made it bearable.
How a millennial couple used their savings to overcome an unexpected family emergency.
Questions you should be asking about your credit score
Landlords, cell phone companies, insurance companies, and employers can use credit scores to determine your reliability. Paying your bills on time and reducing debt are the best ways to improve your score. Here's everything you need to know about credit.
Are you spending smart with your credit card?
Joining customer loyalty programs or racking up credit card points can help you cash in without changing your budget. Whether you love to travel, or just want to save on groceries - here are four smart ways to earn on everyday spending.
Buying like a boss: 5 shopping rules to get what you really want
Instead of shopping with no plan, it pays off to research the best deal or wait for a sale. Here's how to find out how to save money when you're out shopping for clothes or groceries by training yourself to be a smarter shopper.
Start your engine and head out of town to one of these destinations
Now is the perfect time for a day trip on the road. Here are five day trip ideas across America perfect for any adventure: hit the beach, go on a hike, enjoy fine dining, or visit a museum.
How to save when you're single
Being single can be tough on your wallet when there's no one to split rent or groceries. But there's also the added benefit of being in total control of your financial actions. Here are a few tips to get you started on your single savings skills!
In your 30s? Start planning for life's biggest moments
For many, the twenties are a first brush with financial freedom, while their thirties are all about planning ahead. Here are five tips for getting your finances in order in your third decade.