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How to Rent a Car Without a Credit Card

Have you ever wondered how to rent a car without a credit card? Or if it’s even possible? The good news is that you don't need a credit card to rent a car. Of course, not every car rental company will accommodate your request, but as you will see in this article, there are many that will.

Money in Excel Review: Meet the New Microsoft Money

If you’re familiar with Microsoft Money, Money in Excel may interest you. The upgraded version of Microsoft Money enables you to keep track of transactions, create budgets, and establish and work toward reaching your financial goals. This Money in Excel review covers everything you need to know, from features to pricing to Money in Excel alternatives.

10 Best Dividend ETFs to Buy Right Now 

One of the best ways to invest in dividend stocks is through exchange traded funds (ETFs). Many funds specialize in high dividend stocks, so you can avoid having to buy individual companies and construct a portfolio from the ground up. Here is our list of the 10 best dividend ETFs to buy right now.

How to Dispute a Credit Card Charge

In this day and age where credit card fraud is so prevalent, it’s crucial that you know how to dispute a credit card charge. There are laws in place to protect consumers, but there are also stipulations within those laws. Knowing how to dispute a credit card charge will help you avoid getting ripped off. 

How to Make Money Selling Etsy Printables

Selling Etsy printables can be a great way to create an at-home side hustle Believe it or not, you can start selling printables with little to no experience or upfront cash. Our guide to selling printables on Etsy will help prepare you to launch a business that could lead to some serious passive income. 

Best Banks for Private Client Millionaire Perks (plus Alternatives)

Banks offer competitive perks and wealth management services for wealthy customers. Private client banking can help you get even more for your money. Unfortunately, not everyone can qualify as a private banking client - a net worth of $1MM or more is usually required. Here are some of the top private banking services available today.

Copilot Review: Paid Budgeting App Worth It?

Copilot is financial management and budgeting tool designed to help iOS users to master their financial lives. If you’ve been looking to get better control of your financing across multiple accounts, Copilot may be the right choice for you. It gives you the ability to track your spending, create budgets, and have more control over your financial destiny.

What is Cash Stuffing? #cashstuffing

Cash Stuffing is the latest budgeting crazy that went viral on social media. Learn about #cashstuffing, how it can help you save more money, and whether it's right for you.

Albert App Review: An All-in-One Banking and Investing App?

Many personal finance apps specialize in specific tasks like saving money, earning a high-interest rate, paying bills, and potentially earning spending rewards. Finding one platform offering both banking and investing accounts can be challenging. That's not the case with Albert. This Albert app review dives into the various features that can help improve your finances.

VXUS vs. VEU: Which is the Better International ETF for Your Portfolio?

Long-term investors understand the importance of diversification, including the need to spread capital beyond US markets. Two popular international stock funds include Vanguard Total International Stock ETF (VXUS) and Vanguard FTSE All-World ex-US ETF (VEU). The question is, which is the better international ETF for your portfolio - VXUS vs. VEU?

Tomo Credit Card Review (2022)

It can be challenging to qualify for a rewards credit card when you have bad credit. Now, you have another option with Tomo. The Tomo card doesn’t charge an annual fee or require a security deposit, and it also earns 1% back on purchases. Find out more in this full Tomo credit card review.

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