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Burned Out on Fuel Costs?

Gas is up to $3.57 per gallon, nationally, with no relief in sight. While you can’t avoid the pump, you can maximize every gallon. Here, some tips and apps to prevent you from runnin’ on empty. Auto experts at Edmunds.com tested some old road...

Tax Time Treasure Hunt

Tempted to simplify your taxes by taking the standard deduction? Don’t write off the possibility of itemizing just yet. It could save you heaps of cash. The standard deduction is the amount you can deduct from your income pretty much...

FSA Money: 4 Days to Use It or Lose It

The grace period for spending down the 2010 funds in your flexible-spending account is up on March 15. Remember, whether you allocated $200 or $2,000 to be saved in your FSA last year, those are use-it-or-lose-it funds. Not every company provides...

A Simpler Recipe for Wealth

There’s a strange phenomenon in the investing world I want to tell you about, a pattern I call the behavior gap—when investors earn less than their investments. Let’s consider an actual case involving the Janus Enterprise Fund. In March of 2007,...

5 Ways to Save $500

Until now, we’ve been staunch fans of the Dave Ramsey method, which is to save $1,000 as your minimum cushion. But Liz Pulliam Weston, author of a must-read new personal finance book, The 10 Commandments of Money: Survive and Thrive in the New...

Let the Companies Pay You

In the world of conservative investing, you can’t “get rich quick.” However, you can get more out of your investments—by picking stock mutual funds that pay dividends or have yields above 1%. What exactly is a dividend? The dividends come from...

Want to Save? Think Like Mom

It’s a little uncanny how often money studies echo stuff that Mom told you (or yelled at you) when you were a kid. And while you could argue with Mom, you can’t dispute how much these tricks can help you save.   Don't touch that! It’s natural to...

Cope with a Tax Crunch

Tax day may be delayed until April 18th this year, but millions of Americans still won’t file on time, studies show. If you can predict that you’re going to be late (again) this year—if you lack the time or info to do your taxes, or if you don’t...

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