If you see a number with a minus sign in front of it on your credit card bill, you’re likely looking at a statement credit. It may feel a little bit like getting a gift from your credit card issuer, but it’s actually money you are entitled to, and it may be credited back to […]
As states struggle to keep up with the record number of unemployment claims, millions of people are falling through the cracks. The post Still Waiting: Six Months Later, Millions Haven’t Been Paid Unemployment Benefits appeared first on NextAdvisor with TIME.
With people spending more time online and at home due to the pandemic, and widespread worry about the coronavirus, internet scammers are trying to exploit the situation to their advantage. Sometimes, they may even pose as the Centers for Disease Control or the World Health Organization, two groups that have become household names during […]
As the holidays approach and people search online for tickets home to (safely) spend time with family and friends, many are looking for ways to save on flights, trains and car rentals. Targeted credit card offers are an excellent way to do so — and a new Amex Offer just popped up that Delta flyers […]
In today’s hot real estate market, the temptation to make a big offer to win a bidding war is real. But it might backfire. You could be in a sticky situation if your offer ends up being higher than what the home is appraised for. In such a scenario, you might have to pay more […]
Don't be nervous. Here's a primer for getting started, according to “Broke Millennial” author Erin Lowry. The post How to Build a ‘Good Enough’ Investment Portfolio appeared first on NextAdvisor with TIME.