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Are you stressed about money? You’re not alone.  Even though the economy is showing signs of recovery, the day-to-day is as challenging as ever for millions of women. We want to help. DailyWorth is partnering with SELF magazine to tell the story...

Get More in March

Like you, I want  to feel that my money—and my time—is well-spent. That’s why I love discovering (and sharing!) little gems that make me feel like I’m getting more every day.   I started saving money for my almost-two-year-old daughter’s college...

Make Your Own Luck

I feel lucky this month. Lucky to be editing DailyWorth, fortunate to have readers like you—and excited that “Get Lucky” is the theme for March. Want to know one of my lucky secrets? Hint: It’s not because I’m Irish. “Chance favors the prepared...

When the Men in Your Financial Life Just Aren’t Working Out

I’m the financial planner in my house. I handle my husband’s 401k, I have an excellent credit record, and I know where every dollar of my paycheck is headed at all times.  So how is it possible that I have no idea what’s in my own investment...

Dividing Property and Debts

This is part three of an ongoing series about being financially prepared for a divorce. Read part one here, and part two here. You’ve embarked on your divorce; now the next step is to figure out the settlement. Under the laws of your state, which...

Organic’s Dirty Little Secret

Remember when Victoria’s “Secret” came out last December? The lingerie company had been buying cotton for its “fair-trade, organic-cotton” underwear line from a farm in Africa that used child labor. This infuriated customers who assumed they had...

Why Every Woman Should Watch Downton Abbey

I was hooked by Downton Abbey for all the usual reasons: gripping plotlines, gorgeous clothes, Maggie Smith. But I became obsessed with the hit PBS series because of its depictions of female financial life, barely a century ago. Mining a British...

How I Became the Love of My Life

I was living the dream: a six-figure income, beach vacations, and a growing savings account—all before I was 25. And then my husband and I split, and I woke to the realization that half of us had no career, no savings, and basically no idea. My...

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