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A $50,000 Lesson Pays Off

About three years ago, in my late 30s and still single and living in a big city, I decided to buy a weekend beach house. I didn’t have a husband, kids, so it kind of made me feel normal, to have something of my own. Of course, I also thought it...

It’s Change-Your-Benefits Time

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You pay your bills online, check your balances on your phone—you even use apps to shop. But guess what, Ms. Digital? Until they invent an app that can run your financial life, brushing up on financial basics is still the way to get the most from...

What’s Your Debt Threshold?

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