These are the Best Jobs That Require No Experience

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13 Second Jobs That Will Help You Pay the Bills

Are you thinking about taking on a second job? Second jobs can be a great way to make extra money, pay off bills, grow savings and have some extra cash in your wallet. Also, these second jobs might lead to…

17 States Are Sending Stimulus Checks. Will You Get One?

Another round of stimulus checks is coming. (You might have already gotten one even.) However, this time, the federal government isn’t involved — and whether or not you qualify depends on where you live and other factors. Seventeen states have…

34 Free Things to Do in Las Vegas

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What Energy Rebates in the Inflation Reduction Act Mean for You

Are you in the market for an energy-efficient appliance? Rebates funded by a new federal law could help save you money. New energy-efficient rebate programs are aimed at helping low- and middle-income Americans go green by giving discounts on things…

Dear Penny: My Husband Refuses to Pay for the Costs of Raising Our Kid

Dear Penny, My husband makes at least twice as much money as I do and we both pay bills. He refuses to pay for anything for our child. Not school supplies, clothes, classes, or birthday and Christmas gifts. He will…

How the Inflation Reduction Act Impacts Medicare Drug Prices

President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law on Aug. 16, approving a sweeping legislative package aimed at combating climate change, raising taxes on large corporations and lowering health care costs. It’s big news for Medicare, which…

Why Separate Bank Accounts in Marriage Might Make Sense

If you’re married or living with your significant other, there’s a lot you share. Your home. Your weekend plans. Perhaps even a kid or two. But just because you’re sharing a life together doesn’t mean you have to share the…

How to Save for a Vacation Without Breaking the Bank

You’re ready for a vacation, but is your bank account? Rising inflation, increased travel demand and worker shortages have contributed to eye-popping prices for flights, accommodations, meals and more. You may be left wondering how you can possibly save for…

6 Credit Building Apps to Help Raise Your Credit Score

For some, a credit score is a prized achievement, with ratings stretching into the 700 or 800 value range. For many people though, a credit score is a number that could be improved. While most Americans have a credit score…

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