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Why Facebook’s Libra coin could become a big pain in your wallet

There’s one big reason why consumers may want to avoid shopping with cryptocurrency.

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You can act like a billionaire with your own version of the ‘Giving Pledge’

Shift your thinking on money to a stewardship mindset, then run the numbers to understand your giving capacity, says this financial adviser.

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Stop shaming parents for not cooking more meals at home

If only it were as simple as buying an Instant Pot.

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The most effective, best-rated bug sprays — all under $10

The nonprofit research organization Environmental Working Group notes that their top picks for bug repellents include those with ingredients like Picaridin and DEET

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Mastercard will allow transgender customers to use their preferred names on debit and credit cards

Consumers who take advantage of the new policy could encounter hiccups.

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The genius $10 item professional organizers say they can’t live without

Home organizing tips from professional organizers that will help you Marie Kondo your home

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10 unique Father’s Day gifts under $30 — that dad will actually like

Best Father’s Day gift ideas for those on a budget

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Want better sleep? Here’s the No. 1 bed pillow for under $50, according to experts

You won’t believe the disgusting things crawling on your bed pillow. It’s time to replace it.

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Bottoms up! The real reason well-educated people spend 9x more on booze

And it’s not just because they often have more money than less educated people.

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The No. 1 reason to become a vegan — it’s not about your health

As Beyond Meat announces plans for a ‘meatier’ burger, here’s a look at the increasingly compelling case for giving up meat and dairy forever.

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This simple money advice may be the key to weathering a financial shock

How one couple survived one of them getting fired.

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American Express expands Gold Card restaurant rewards, tempting consumers away from lucrative travel perks

Credit-card companies are offering more generous dining-oriented rewards.

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People are spending thousands on puppy concierge services to find the perfect dog

The American Kennel Club just launched a service to pair people with dog breeders and animal rescues.

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1 in 4 cancer survivors is going broke fighting to stay alive

And millennial cancer survivors are at higher risk for debt and work-related physical and mental impairment after their treatment.

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Friday’s Mega Millions jackpot is $530 million

What time is the Mega Millions drawing?

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‘I Will Survive’ singer Gloria Gaynor’s money advice: ‘Honey, check everyone handling your money’

The Queen of Disco chatted with MarketWatch about her career, her new album, and what she hates spending money on.

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More than half of college students fail this 6-question money quiz — would you?

College students face a pile of student loans and credit-card debt, but many don’t understand financial basics.

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This is one credit-card rewards program you may want to skip

Financial experts say consumers should tread cautiously when using a rewards program for a card that’s designed to help people build credit.

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Parents are going into debt over their kids’ extracurricular activities

Parents tell MarketWatch why they’re investing thousands on sports leagues and dance lessons.

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This is the age when it officially becomes too embarrassing to live with your parents

Student debt continues forcing young adults to boomerang back home after college, a new survey reports.