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Just Released: Pull Yourself Together with Manilla

If “going paperless” with all your bills and statements has still left you in a state of organizational chaos, you may need Manilla. A new online management system for the 2.0 household, Manilla is like having a mail sorter, filing cabinet and...

Know Your Wealth

OK, so why are we here? To build net worth, a.k.a. Wealth. That’s our mission and, from what we gather via reader mail, it’s yours too. Inspired by America Saves Week, Feb. 20-27, let’s embark on a wealth-building plan. Start by getting...

Vanguard Asks DailyWorth: How Can We Better Serve Women?

I have some exciting news. Last Friday, MP (DailyWorth's editorial director) and I were invited to speak at the Vanguard company headquarters in Valley Forge, PA. The occasion: Vanguard, one of the leading investment companies in America, the...

Decorate on a Dime

Original artwork is expensive, so many people opt for nothing at all, for fear that DIY solutions will appear cheesy or inelegant. It doesn’t have to be this way. Find prints. As I describe on Mod Nest this week, you can find amazing, inexpensive...

Love, Money & Lies

Would you lie about money to your mate? About a third of Americans who have combined finances with a partner admit to committing some form of financial infidelity, according to a recent survey by the National Endowment for Financial Education...

Don’t Pick the Right Stock

When you’re thinking about what should go into your retirement portfolio, ideally, it’s all too easy to get the order wrong, and focus on the investments first. Which mutual funds should I pick? Which bond funds? Which stocks are the best? In...

Get a Tax Credit for Saving

It sounds crazy, but you could potentially get a chunk off your tax bill just for having contributed to your retirement plan in 2012. Although most people are unaware of the so-called Savers Credit, according to a recent Transamerica survey, it...

Single Mom Start-Up Debt

For the first time in 10 years, I have gone into debt—a whopping $4,200—to restart my life as a single mom.  I’ve had to buy a car ($1,000 down payment)  rent an apartment ($2,400 for the first month and security)  buy furniture for the apartment...

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