7 Financial Lessons From Game of Thrones


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7 Financial Lessons From Game of Thrones
The “thronies,” fans who would rather endure a Cersei-style naked walk of shame than miss an episode of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” will tell you that the show’s mix of sex, savagery and political intrigue have made the epic fantasy a huge hit. But the show — 6 seasons and counting, and based on author George R.R.

Five Ways to Save on the Clothing You Wear to Work
There are all kinds of axioms about what you wear and what you do for a living.  Dress for the job you want, not the one you have , for example. While we here at ValuePenguin don’t believe  the clothes make the man  or woman, we can point out the potential savings in considering what you wear to work. Regardless of

4 Ways to Quickly Qualify for Elite Status With Hotels Airlines
Elite status is something most frequent travelers desire. It rewards those who call an airport or hotel their second home. Elevated airline and hotel status showers individuals with perks, extra savings and luxury treatment. Elite members are frequently given priority boarding, late check-out, free room/class

The 10 Fears That Are Keeping You From Being Rich
Getting rich is hard to do — though not impossible — but it’s even more difficult if you let your fears get in the way. What could possibly be so scary that it prevents me from getting rich, you ask? You’ll surprised to learn that even the smallest fears can stop you from achieving financial greatness. Find out if

Enjoy Your Summer Vacation – Without Maxing Out Your Credit Cards
By Eric Jorgensen Learn more about Eric on NerdWallet’s Ask an Advisor School is out, and summer is upon us. It’s time to let loose and have some fun. That sounds great in theory, but it can be horrible for our finances if we aren’t careful — especially when it comes to taking summer vacations. For many

21 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Deciding to Retire
Plenty of us fantasize about what life will be like in retirement. But unfortunately, a lot of people don’t give much thought to figuring out how and when to retire. In fact, only 13 percent of those surveyed by the Federal Reserve Board who aren’t already retired say they’ve given “a lot” of thought to financial

Credit Card Travel Insurance: Is It Enough?
Many credit card users may be unaware they have access to travel insurance benefits. With it, they may be able to receive compensation in the event something goes wrong with your planned trip, as long as you paid for it using a credit card. You don’t necessarily need a credit card that is specifically geared towards

How Budgeting Helped Me Achieve the Life I Want
Budget. It’s the dreaded word of personal finance. Say it, and people will tell you how much they despise it. The statistics bear this out: Only 39 percent of U.S. adults say they closely track their spending and have a budget, according to a 2014 survey conducted for the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.

From Shopping to Dining, Save on the Cost of Food
The average household’s cost of food is climbing, but there are myriad ways to find a plateau or, better yet, a cliff. One option is to consider the best grocery credit cards: The cards analyzed by ValuePenguin have varying benefits as to how valuable the rewards are for using your plastic in the store. Beyond your

Everything You Need to Know About Rental Car Insurance
Rental car insurance–to get it or not to get it? Those are the questions you ask yourself as you stare at the clerk in the rental car place. How much is it? Is it worth paying for something that is unlikely to happen? Those are more questions you may ask. The issue seems to be that most people do not know what they

6 Biggest Vacation Expenses and How to Get Them for Less
It’s no secret that cheap vacations can be hard to pull off. In fact, a 2013 study by American Express revealed that summer travel expenses average $1,145 per person. If you plan to get away in the fall or winter as well, your annual vacation costs could easily be far higher. Vacations are meant to be relaxing,

5 Ways to Save on Theatre Tickets for Plays, Musicals
With ticket fraud being the chief concern, the days of buying low-priced, last-minute tickets to events are waning. This is particularly true for the theatre-going crowd, generally comprising customers who like security and planning more than a few minutes ahead. Still, there are savings to be had, even when finding

5 Ways You Could Be (Financially) Cheating on Your Partner
By  Kurt Smith Learn more about Kurt on NerdWallet’s  Ask An Advisor Do you think you and your partner are completely faithful to one another? There’s more than just physical and emotional infidelity to consider — there’s also financial infidelity. Financial cheating isn’t always obvious. Often we omit

Norway Set To Ban Fossil Fuel Cars In 2025
Tiny oil rich Norway might be the last country one would expect to give a huge boost to Tesla ( TSLA ), yet it appears that the wealthy Nordic nation is poised to make a dramatic change that could be the start of a trend. Norwegian legislators are reportedly preparing to ban or at a minimum significantly reduce the

35 Life Hacks That Will Save You Thousands
If you need money, and you’re tired of paying thousands of dollars on utilities, groceries and more, it’s time for you to master a few life hacks. You can easily get that money back just by changing the way you shop, clean and even sleep. Click through to discover 35 life hacks that can help you  save thousands of

How Modifying Your Car Affects Your Auto Insurance
Since the advent of the automobile, drivers have been modifying the appearance and performance of cars and those changes can have a significant impact on auto insurance. Bootleggers during the U.S. Prohibition altered their cars to improve performance and escape the law but legal alterations with good intentions

Bundling Your Auto Policy: Does it Make Sense?
Bundling. You’ve probably heard Progressive’s Flo sing about it before. You may have never actually understood what it is or what it does though. Essentially, bundling is getting all of your insurance policies under one company which in turn gets you a discount across all of your premiums. Is it worth it though? Is

Non-Owners Insurance: For Those Who Dont Own a Car, But Drive One Anyways
Don’t own a car? Still end up always driving one? You may need Non-Owners insurance. Just because you do not own a vehicle, doesn’t mean you can’t have insurance. Getting into an accident is very costly, and potentially financially ruinous if you are not covered. The issue is, deciding whether to buy Non-Owners

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