Personal Finance

Matteo Colombo | DigitalVision | Getty Images You’re all packed and ready for your trip. You know what you’re paying for airfare, hotel and other big ticket items. You even have money set aside for spending. Yet, one wrong move in the planning process — or while you are away — can blow your budget.
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It’s become one of the biggest shopping events of the year, yet some discounts are better than others. The 48-hour Amazon Prime Day extravaganza began at 3 a.m. Monday ET, with more than 1 million deals being offered to members, including intermittent “lightning deals.” For example, the Toshiba HD 43-inch Fire TV Edition Smart TV
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For identity thieves, kids are the perfect mark. While adults make prime targets for their account balances, a child’s information, particularly their Social Security number, has even more value to scammers because it is a “clean slate” for opening new lines of credit before someone catches on, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. More
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Sunny summer months make it easy to cut loose. Unfortunately, it can also mean cutting loose financially. Most people derail their finances because they don’t have a set budget for holiday weekends, graduation parties, vacations, barbecues and family gatherings, summer camp, activities with the kids and back-to-school shopping. It’s common to use credit more recklessly
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The name Beyond Meat has been on investors’ lips since the company’s successful May initial public offering. But one investor in Beyond Meat, non-profit financial services firm ImpactAssets, bet on the company six years ago, long before the company became a household name. And that investment has helped boost the firm’s charitable assets. ImpactAssets’ initial
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