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HelloWallet. It's Me, Your Budget.

A good budget tells you how to manage money now. But what about where you’re headed next? You’ve got some goals stashed away—a home, a car, a private island. How can you better manage your cashflow today to make certain your dreams materialize?Say...

Saved By My Car Budget

It’s not easy starting a new life as a single mom, and my first big challenge was to buy a decent but affordable used car. I’m loyal to Hondas and Toyotas, because I believe those cars spend less time in the shop. But my budget was $200 a month,...

Get Out of Debt—It's G.O.O.D.

Introducing the new DailyWorth Get Out of Debt Guide, a vital component of building net worth. Standard get-out-of-debt advice usually tells you to first calculate how much you owe, add up your balances and make a plan for paying it all back....

What Goes in Your IRA?

A surprising number of people ask me questions like, “Which IRA is better?” or “Which IRA pays more?” An IRA—like a 401k or any other retirement account—is just an empty bucket. They’re all the same, until you put your investments into it. So,...

Return It Already

Yes, it’s time for that annual post-holiday tradition we all dread: Deal with your returns and exchanges, or die trying. According to a DailyWorth study of rumors, guesses and human nature, you probably have the following items already gathering...

Brain Candy For Money Blahs

Winter blahs? Post-holiday financial fatigue? Girl, you need some money fun, k? Take a break from calculator in your brain and cozy up to the second season opener of “You’re Cut Off!”, on VH1 tonight, at 9pm/8pm Central. What? You’ve never...

A Radical Rethinking of How to Invest

Even before the recession, many people felt uneasy about their investment plans. There's a good reason for that. As an investment adviser myself, I can tell you that most financial plans are based on little more than a series of smart, educated...

What the Payroll Tax 'Raise' Really Means

You've probably heard that, starting this month, workers who pay into Social Security will be getting, in effect, a 2% pay increase. Not really. True: some 155 million people will be seeing more cash in their paychecks. Someone earning $50,000...

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