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Money at 30: How I Status Matched My Way Into $100 Off Dinner in Vegas

For someone who doesn't drink and hardly gambles, my enjoyment of Las Vegas is understandably perplexing to some. However, while many of the attractions and themeing that made Vegas like a Disneyland with nudity in the 90s have since been removed, I still love exploring the Strip's hotels and casinos...

Chase Adds New Perks to Sapphire Reserve, Increases Annual Fee

When it comes to credit cards, there are at least two major schools of thought: those who think they're evil and those who see them as a potentially positive tool. Yet, even among those in the latter camp, high-end credit cards can be a bit divisive, with some praising the...

Survey Finds Even the Financially Savvy Make Money Mistakes

When it comes to personal finance, it's fairly simple to make a mistake. Whether it's as simple as overspending or more complicated such as errors in investing, you might expect that most Americans would be quick to cop to these missteps. What you might not anticipate, however, is that these...

Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month — December 2019 3

It’s time again for one of my favorite features here on Dyer News: a look at the top 10 personal finance articles of the month. First up this month, with the holiday season likely causing many to overdo it, we'll look at financial setbacks and mistakes. Similarly we'll then focus...

Money at 30: How 4 Big Life Events This Decade Helped Shape My Money Outlook 2

As I write this, 2019 has mere hours of life left in it. What's even crazier is that, as the ball drops, we'll also be welcoming a new decade (save your technicalities — culturally, decades start in years that end in "0"). This got me thinking about just how much...

25 Best Personal Finance Articles of 2019 5

Every month here on Dyer News, I compile my Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month. These lists consist of blog entries and posts that I appreciated or found interesting and that I felt deserved some additional recognition. Well, with the new year mere hours away at this point,...

2019 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...

Money at 30: My Favorite Personal Finance Reviews of 2019 2

For Thanksgiving, I shared a list of some financial tool "turkeys" I encountered throughout the year. However, the truth is that I happen to enjoy the majority of the apps, books, credit cards, etc. that I get the chance to review. Given this fact — and considering that the year's...