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A 3-D Model Makes Planning Easier

Financial plans are often couched in linear, two-dimensional terms. Contribute X, end up with Y. Blah, blah. That’s a turn-off for most women, studies show. Women like to weave together multiple goals. Solution: You need a 3-D plan, a model you...

3 Best Cash-Back Cards

Upgrade your ho-hum credit card to one that puts money in your pocket. Card experts Erica Sandberg and Ben Woolsey of CreditCards.com name the three best cash-back cards. Chase Freedom Visa has no annual fee and gives unlimited 1% cash back on...

Your Future, One Step at a Time

Legendary British economist John Maynard Keynes once said, “Successful investing is anticipating the anticipations of others.” He’s probably right. But some folks have day jobs. And hobbies. And several back episodes of Parenthood to watch. So...

Stash Your Cash the Right Way

When you nail down the knack of saving in one area, the ripples spread to the rest of your life. Start here: Yes, saving for the big stuff (retirement, college, a new house) is key. But what about the small stuff? Socking away a few bucks a day...

Your Budget's Best Friend

Maybe you’re a spreadsheet wonder woman, color-coding like there’s no tomorrow. Maybe you get queasy just glancing at your bank statement (ATM fees—gah). No matter what, you’ll love our top five budgeting stories of 2011: Yo-yos are a hoot, but a...

Waking Up From My Investing Coma

Last year, I read Amanda’s posts about recovering from her money coma with a sense of relief. I too was stuck—in an investing coma. During the ten years I worked in a corporate job, money was automatically transferred to investments my dad had...

Contest Winners: Where's the Money Going?

Don’t you hate when a contest ends and you have no idea who won? That’s why, after two months of build-up around the Holiday of Your Dreams sweepstakes, we had to tell you what the five winners did with their $1,000 Target gift cards. But first...

Take Advantage of the Spousal IRA

One of the scary things when you aren't working (besides covering the bills) is the fear of falling behind in your retirement. Enter the spousal IRA. If you're married and filing jointly, this option basically enables your working spouse to...

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