How to Handle Retirement Savings When Switching Jobs

Personal Finance

How to Handle Retirement Savings When Switching Jobs

How to Handle Retirement Savings When Switching Jobs

Maybe you’ve changed companies or maybe you’ve decided to switch careers entirely – regardless of the reason, leaving your current job may have more strings attached than you previously thought. Being prepared and understanding all of your options is the best way to protect your finances and yourself. If you have started putting money into a… Read More

Moving 15 Blocks Cost Me $2,560

Personal Finance

Moving 15 Blocks Cost Me $2,560

Moving 15 Blocks Cost Me $2,560

I found out last month that my landlord was not renewing the lease on my beloved two-bedroom apartment in East Harlem. After a few days of mourning, tearful phone calls, and undignified pleading, I decided to take this as an opportunity to finally get a place of my own. Three weeks and dozens of apartment… Read More

The Most & Least Expensive States for Owning a Car

Auto Loans

The Most & Least Expensive States for Owning a Car

The Most & Least Expensive States for Owning a Car

The average Iowa driver spends about $315 a year in auto repairs and $630 annually for insurance, helping make it the cheapest state to operate a vehicle, according to a recent Bankrate report. Drivers in other states aren’t quite that lucky. Drivers in the Midwest have some of the lowest annual vehicle expenses, based on… Read More

The Heartbleed Bug Is Still Beating

Identity Theft

The Heartbleed Bug Is Still Beating

The Heartbleed Bug Is Still Beating

In the aftermath of the Heartbleed Bug‘s discovery, the security flaw continues to spark security concerns. The Heartbleed Bug was revealed in many of the world’s most popular sites in April, and Internet users were shocked at its scope. From retail sites to social networks, it seemed as though no Internet giant was immune to… Read More

Can You Crowdfund Your Mortgage?

Mortgages

Can You Crowdfund Your Mortgage?

Can You Crowdfund Your Mortgage?

By now, you’ve probably heard of the guy who crowdfunded a $10 potato salad “campaign” and ended up raising more than $55,000 (if not, now you know — crazy, right?). That got us at Credit.com thinking: What other sorts of things can you crowdfund? The short answer: Pretty much anything (see: potato salad guy). Earlier… Read More

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