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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...

Unscramble Your Nest Egg in 2011

You want 2011 to be a banner year. And we do, too. Here are two simple but important ways you can maximize your money in the New Year.   Grab that match. At the depth of the recession, many companies eliminated their matching contribution to...

Holiday Hindsight is 20-20

About three weeks ago, as the holiday season kicked into high gear, I vowed to put all my receipts into a folder to better track my spending. And although I didn't want to look at that pile of receipts, never mind add them up, a promise is a...

The Best Last-Minute Gift

You're out of ideas, almost out of money, and there's little chance you can get anything shipped by Christmas Eve now anyway. Before you resort to regifting, there is a smart, affordable surprise you can have ready at the click of a mouse. It's...

Higher Income, Cuter Husband?

OK, gals—besides a fatter 401k, here's another benefit to boosting your income: As a woman's earning power grows, she is more likely to choose an older, more attractive mate, says a new study published in the journal Evolutionary Psychology this...

Be Smarter in 2011

The following is an interview with investing maven Carl Richards, aka "the napkin guy", renowned for his weekly sketches on the NY Times Bucks Blog and now a DailyWorth contributor. We all have a tendency to make the same mistakes over and over...

End Holiday Spending Stress

With nearly one in 10 Americans currently unemployed, millions of people have seen their household incomes drop this year. A full 34% of Americans said they plan to spend nothing on holiday purchases, because they expect further financial...

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