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  • Photo of Retirement: Which State Should You Move To?

    Retirement: Which State Should You Move To?

    Every year, a large number of retirees move to another state. During 2018, almost half of them (43%) relocated to New Mexico. After that, Florida (39%) and Arizona (37%) are the second and third most popular destinations, respectively. Snowier locations, such as Idaho and Vermont, are also amongst the ten best states to retire in (or at least according to…

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    Travel Rewards: Financially Beneficial and Good for Your Health

    Last winter, 33 million Americans wanted to travel during the holiday period. However, they didn’t have enough money to cover the costs. While 16% of consumers planned on using a credit card to pay for their vacations, almost half of them didn’t know that airlines offered rewards programs. For example, the Southwest VISA card gives travelers a $75 credit that…

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    Insurance Offered Through Credit Cards

    With credit cards, it can often seem like benefits and rewards are ploys to get you to enroll in debt and steep interest. Credit cards make money through interest paid on your debts. So, yes, their goal is to put you in debt. Still, there are benefits in credit cards that make their usage a good choice. If you make…

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    Good or Bad Idea: Living in States With No Income Tax?

    In 2018, more Americans moved to Oregon and Idaho than any other state (except for Vermont). Meanwhile, the State of Washington ranked sixth nationwide in terms of incoming domestic migrants. Perhaps most noteworthy is that Washington is amongst the states with no income tax, but Idaho and Oregon aren’t. Why, then, did more people move to the latter two than…

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