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Planning Karen Klein’s Awesome Retirement

By now you’ve heard about Karen Klein, a 68-year old bus monitor who became an Internet celebrity last week after video surfaced of her being bullied to tears by a group of kids. Someone set up a fundraiser on IndieGoGo, hoping to raise $5,000 to...

Three DIY Savings Projects—Tested!

Something about summer makes people want to get all DIY and project-y. But is saving $0.03 a day really worth seven hours of hard labor? We put three common DIY money-saving tips to the test, to find out if it’s really worth it to... Grow your...

Back to School Without Back-Breaking Debt

Going back to school would be a dream—except for that part where you get your first student loan bill and wake up screaming. Unfortunately, “non-traditional” students (late twenties and up) graduate with 15% more debt. Use these tips to get that...

Save Money with Pinterest

Depending on where you stand (or pin), image-sharing site Pinterest is either mad fun or the latest social media time suck. We like it because you can find money-saving, life-enhancing ideas on the big P without even registering. Pinterest scours...

How the Greek Debt Drama Could Affect You

My husband and I were thinking of selling our house this summer, despite the crummy market. But when we asked our realtor if we had a prayer, she said: “It depends on what happens in Europe.” Europe? Yep. You might not be caught up on the fact...

Getting Greedy with My Savings

I'm moving this summer—a shockingly expensive endeavor. So I dumped my tax return into savings, and I’ve doubled my monthly auto-transfer to savings. (Go me!) But I’ve struck an unexpected problem: I don’t want to part with all that cash. Over...

Can You Fund a 401k and an IRA?

Here’s a classic retirement question from a reader: I’m in my 30's, and saving about 10% of my salary. Soon I can contribute to my 401k—and they’ll match 100%, up to 5% of my salary. Should I put the whole 10% into my 401k and stop contributing...

My Retirement Repentance 

My name is Jenna, and I threw away SIX GRAND.   Here’s how: I rolled over $4,700 from my old 401k to an IRA—and left it sitting in a money market account.  And it’s been sitting there for three years. Look, IRA rollovers are complicated and...

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