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What are the Types of Financial Benefits Big Companies Offer?

[ad_1] Employers might think employees are looking for companies that offer a game room or on-site massage chair, but research shows employees actually don’t want superficial perks— they’d rather have core benefits and compensation packages. Financial incentives can be great, but only if you understand what they are and how to take advantage of them. There’s no point in having great stock options or a retirement plan if you don’t actually know how to make them work for you. To actually get the incentive, you need to do your research. Currently, millennials prefer cash over stock for long term investments, so...

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How to Make Money with Side Hustle Apps

[ad_1]  If you ask a random person on the street what they do, chances are they have a lot of slashes and hyphens in their job titles. In this day and age, if you don’t have multiple sources of income you are just getting by. The era of working one job your entire life is over, and when it comes to finding ways to make extra money on the side, millennials are very creative with their side hustles. Some side hustles pay well and some are passion projects, but if you’re looking for some extra cash, listen up. Whether you’re the...

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How I Finally Built an Emergency Savings

[ad_1]   Emergency savings. Building one can seem daunting for anyone living paycheck to paycheck … When I was 27, I went to an outlet mall because I just felt like getting something new. I remember being pretty happy with the jeans and shoes I found. I also remember calculating in my head that payday was two days away, I had a full tank of gas and my team was going out to lunch the next day – so lunch was covered. Which, in my mind, meant I technically had the money for it. And honestly, at the time, this reasoning didn’t...

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The Hidden Cost of Convenience

[ad_1]When I am running out of toilet paper, I tap my Amazon app to order toilet paper (along with a weeks worth of groceries to make the order purchase minimum) to be delivered straight to my door within hours. For dinner, I often order on Postmates or GrubHub and about 30 minutes later, dinner is served. When I am feeling tight, I order an in house- massage right to my doorstep through Zeel. Yes, you can also tap an app to do your laundry, mail packages and have someone walk your dog. But with convenience, there always comes a price,...

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Should You Get A Part-Time Student Job?

[ad_1] College – it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. My university experience, like so many others, was a cocktail of stress, fun and every emotion on the spectrum. The highs far outweighed the lows, but I can still vividly remember the pain of  failing a test or having to pull an all-nighter. It’s a time where so much is expected of you, with so little guidance on how to stay on top of it all. If you add a part-time job on top of that, it can be a recipe for disaster. But working through your college...

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College Students: Here are The Biggest Financial Mistakes You Need to Avoid

[ad_1] Slipping up while in college is basically a rite of passage. I made so many mistakes at Indiana University – many of which I would never admit publicly – that reminiscing on my college years comes with a heavy dose of embarrassment. Thankfully, most mistakes made while at university are temporary. They may have short-term consequences, but drinking tickets and dorm infractions don’t tend to follow you into adult life. Financial mistakes, on the other hand, can be a little stickier. College may seem like a safe little bubble, but money is still money. The cash you blow on parties and...

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Announcement: Mint Has a Fresh New Look on iOS

[ad_1] We know you love Mint, and Mint loves you right back. That’s why we’re updating the iOS app with a refreshed look and feel that features a sleek design, added benefits, and a simplified view of what’s important with your money. This month, Mint is rolling out a new app experience for iPhone users, featuring exclusive data-driven Mintsights to help existing (and new!) users effortlessly stay on top of their savings, expenses and budgeting. The refreshed app will intelligently use all of your financial data to unlock powerful money insights and money-saving offers and will be available to all Mint...

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Side Hustle 101: What You Need to Know About Renting Your Car

[ad_1] In the last decade, the idea of sharing — and monetizing — the things you’re not using has gained traction at lightning speed, and that’s thanks in large part to technology. It seems like everyone has some sort of side-hustle these days. Have an empty guest room? Airbnb can help you rent it out. Got a car and a few extra hours on the weekend? Uber and Lyft are happy to match you up with a rider.   When you combine this rise in new money-making opportunities with the fact that the average car spends 95 percent of its life sitting...

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How to Get Through Back to School Shopping on a Budget

[ad_1] Internships are coming to an end, blockbuster movies are in their final few weeks at cinemas, and slowly but surely people are beginning to pack up their pineapple floaties. It’s officially mid-August, which means summer is slowing down, and school is back in session. Whether you’re in your final years of high school, or beginning your first year of grad school in a new city, there is something about this time of year that makes people want to shop, shop, and shop. According to the National Retail Federation, total back to school spending for K-12 schools and college combined is...

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What You Need To Know About Student Credit Cards

[ad_1] Before my husband and I got married, we had a conversation about merging our finances. I wasn’t too worried about his financial habits – he’s always lived a  frugal lifestyle – but I wanted to know how compatible we were. I was more than a little surprised to find out he had no credit score.   As it turns out, he had avoided getting a credit card all through college because he was scared of falling into debt. The way he saw it, there was no reason to use credit if he only made purchases he could afford with cash. That...

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