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Morgan Stanley Warns Bull Market is Coming to a Close

Analysts at Morgan Stanley are taking a glum look at the current market, releasing a report prognosticating that the end of a long bull market is near. The report even goes as far as to call the current market "happy hour in America."

Money at 30: My Experience Using Credit Karma Tax 1

Overall, I'm still amazed that Credit Karma Tax is free and I'm really glad I decided to try it out. With this being only the second year the service has been offered, hopefully it will continue to improve with time and give the other guys a real run for their...

Updated Credit Reporting Policy Could Raise Some Credit Scores

Starting today, the three major credit reporting bureaus (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion) are instituting a change that could lead to credit score improvements for some Americans. Just in time for tax day, this update will exclude all tax liens from credit reports. As USA Today reports, those affected by this...

How Would You Invest $10,000?

The LendEDU survey asked 1,000 American adults what they would do if they were given $10,000 tax-free and provided them a list of options to choose from. LendEDU also broke down the various options by generation, comparing the responses of Millennials (18-34), Gen Xers (35-54), and Baby Boomers (55+).

Money at 30: Getting into the Thrifty Mindset 3

Sure saving money and being frugal can be unfun if you make it, but focusing on the positives, making money into a game, and allowing yourself some customized splurges can not only help your financial life but also allow you to live happily.

Which States Have the Highest Tax Burdens?

While most of us typically only think about the taxes we're paying once a year, this latest WalletHub study makes an excellent point in highlighting that not all the states are equal when it comes to taxes paid. In fact, if you're considering downsizing and relocating, this report could come...

Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month — March 2018 1

As spring kicked off last month, home buying and cost of living were proved to be popular topics. Additionally many bloggers offered their insights on side hustles as a way to make extra money as we prepare for the summer season.

National Gas Prices Near 1,000 Day High

As the weather warms in most of the country, gasoline prices are also on the rise. Last week the national average for a gallon of gasoline was $2.66 — up $.04 from the week prior. Moreover that price puts the average just a few cents away from the 976-day high...