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9 Smart Gadgets That Will Lower Your Monthly Bills 3

Want to cut monthly bills and save the planet at the same time? Invest in these smart gadgets to help increase efficiency with heating / cooling, reduce water usage, monitor your energy from your phone and more! 9 Ways to Use Technology to Lower Your Bills Smart ceiling fan The...

Money at 30: The Makings of an Interesting Tax Season

We may only be in the second week of January but talk of tax season is already growing exponentially. Why? Well, in case you didn't hear, the United States federal government is currently involved in a partial shutdown. Considering that the president has stated that the shutdown could last for...

Which States are Most Affected by Government Shutdowns? 2

As you're surely aware the United States federal government is currently involved in a partial shutdown. While such shutdowns have become fairly common in recent years, the latest seems a bit different in that its now past the two-week mark with no end in sight. This led the personal finance...

Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month — December 2018 5

It’s time again for my favorite feature here on Dyer News: a look at my top 10 personal finance articles of the month. Considering that December marked the end of 2018, it seems only fitting that this month's round-up starts with some New Year's money resolutions. Similarly the fresh start...

U.S. Stock Markets Close Worst Year in a Decade

The U.S. stock markets managed to end the year with a rollercoaster run, leading to a winter flurry of headlines. Following the worst Christmas Eve trading session ever — that resulted in the Dow Jones Industrial Average losing more than 650 points and brought the S&P 500 into a bear...

Money at 30: Understanding Robinhood's "Checking & Savings" Debacle 2

It was a mere few weeks ago that I woke up to discover that the investment app Robinhood was introducing a Checking & Savings product that promised to pay account holders 3% interest. Being an active Robinhood user (and having reviewed the app previously), I jumped at the chance to...

2018 Year-End Tax Tips (And Some Surprising Deductions You Can Claim) 3

With the holiday season drawing to a close, it's time to start thinking about the next major season all Americans look forward to: tax season! All joking aside the end of the year is actually a great time to start considering your taxes and making moves to potentially reduce your...

2018 Holiday Shopping Season Reaches Six-Year High

It seems as though many retailers have reason to celebrate about now as a new report indicates that the 2018 holiday shopping season was the strongest in years. According to a MasterCard report, this year's sales (measured from November 1st to December 24th) were up 5.1% over 2017 and managed...