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Save or Pay Off Debt?

It's a common dilemma: Should you put all your spare cash toward paying down debt, or build up your emergency savings—or a little of both? It's a serious question now. If you lost your job, the average length of unemployment is about 33 weeks—or...

Plan Like a Woman

For decades, financial advice has been dispensed as a one-size-fits-all proposition. Since it all boiled down to dollars and cents—profit and loss—what did it matter whether you were male or female? Now, a raft of new research suggests that...

The Money Fix: Arden Doesn't Want to Stop Shopping

Expert: Amanda Clayman Reader: Arden Age: "old enough to know better" Location: Massachusetts Welcome to Season 1 of The Money Fix! With the help of top national money experts, nine DW readers will tackle real-life money problems, and blog about...

Budget Lessons from NJ

Hey New Jersey, you're an inspiration. Yesterday's stunning announcement from Governor Chris Christie, killing a $8.7 billion commuter tunnel, could be viewed as an act of budgetary courage. The tunnel, which would have expanded New Jersey's rail...

Eat Out on Less with BYOB

Your dining out budget is tight, and adding a wine to the tab may put it over the edge. You may have noticed your favorite $10 bottle selling for $25 on the wine list. It's not a typo. Restaurants typically charge more than double the retail...

Small Loans for Small Bills

Times are tight. For the first time in a while, you may have trouble paying bills. What to do? You may have noticed an icon on the page of your utility statement online for a service called BillFloat. As the name implies, BillFloat offers...

College Smarts Without the Elite Price Tag

Bad news: Nearly 25% of parents plan to use their own retirement savings to pay for college, according to a study released last week. Cashing out retirement funds early,  even for education, is a big no-no. The tax bite, never mind the lost...

A DIY Will You Can Live With

Do you need a will? It depends. If your "estate" is comprised of IKEA collectibles, probably not. The real reason to get a will is to make sure that, in the event of your untimely death, that your spouse and children are cared for, and your...

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