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4 Steps Closer to Saving $1,000!

Last week, we asked you to join us to save $1,000 in six weeks with the power of Mint.com. Here are four tips to get you halfway there—a full $500 in savings. You can do it—it’s only for six more weeks! Eat your own food. Spending $7 every...

She Asked, We Answered: Load vs. No-Load Funds

Q: I don’t know whether to invest my Roth IRA with a load fund company or with a no-load option. What are the pros and cons? Rachel S. Lenexa, KS A: A “load” is simply a commission you pay to a broker or financial advisor for helping you buy a...

How to Get to the Other Side

What would help you get out of debt? When we asked 3,700 DailyWorth readers, in the recent survey we did with SavvyMoney, a surprising 34% said they wished they had a debt coach. Why? “Because it’s easy to get stuck on the minutiae of paying down...

A Big Win for Savers

Could you save $1,000 in the next 50 days? We know, it sounds CRAZY. But sometimes going to extremes (for just seven weeks!) is the smartest way to put a nice wad in your wallet. And there’s another payoff: If you join us in the challenge to save...

The Greek Crisis Unfolds

Police and protesters clash in Athens. Photo:AP   Confused about what’s going on with Greece? You’re not alone. “It’s currently one of the most complicated subjects in the world,” says global equity strategist Alec Young of Standard & Poor’s...

New Stuff on DailyWorth

We’re about to make your Halloween even more spook-tacular with two exciting announcements: Talk, talk, talk. We’re rolling out a cool, new discussion platform called Disqus. Now you can: Reply directly to other comments Upload photos Sort...

The Scariest Investing Terms

Gather ‘round dear AssetClass readers. Today, in honor of Halloween, we have a tutorial in terror. Here are a few spine-tingling terms that investors should watch out for: Zombie Stocks These are shares that have been left for dead, but they...

Roll over your 401(k) to a Roth IRA?

Earlier this month, we wrote about rolling over your 401(k) into a traditional IRA when you leave your job. But what if you want to roll into a Roth IRA?Roth IRAs offer a smart tax break that you should know about for your retirement plan....

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