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Spending Control Tips from a Pro

Americans spend a mind-blowing $1.2 trillion every year on stuff they don’t need. As a professional organizer, I deal with the fallout from shopping gone wrong all the time. Some lessons from closets I’ve seen: DOUBLE TROUBLE: It’s a classic...

To My Husband: What I Really Want for Mom's Day

Save your money. Keep your perfume, tulips, the over-priced cards, and even the breakfast in bed. (Because guess who ends up changing the crumb-encrusted sheets?) What we moms really want for Mother’s Day is relief—for the super-hard,...

Yes, It's OK to Charge Your Kid Rent

So your kid is armed with a shiny new college degree. Next step: moving back home?   “Boomerang kids” are a growing (and not necessarily bad) trend. Returning home has lost its stigma in the recession: 78% of boomerang kids are happy with their...

The Upside of Excess

We've all heard the advice: Get enough sleep, don't overdo the cocktails, and give yourself time to slow down, meditate, get centered. In other words, strive for balance—in your diet, life, and finances. Because then all will be well, right?...

What’s Worth Reading Today

Pool photo by Olivier Douliery/Getty Images. Poof, it’s gone! House speaker John Boehner has proposed a bill that would postpone dealing with the debt ceiling until mid-May—and would force lawmakers to come up with a 2014 budget by April, or not...

Are You Rich? How to Feel Like It

Are you rich? If you earn more than $400,000 a year, you’re one of the lucky, wealthy people to be hit with a higher federal tax rate this year. Anyone whose income tops about $370,000 makes it into the top 1% of earners, according to IRS data....

Friend-raising for Charity

You’ve attached yourself to a good cause—fabulous! And potentially awkward. Chances are, you’re being asked to raise funds for the organization. Chances are even better that you’re not completely comfortable asking friends and family for money....

$61 billion due...Wal-Mart hearts America & more

Fun FAQ. Sick of hearing about the debt ceiling? Squeeze in just one more read. This fact-filled article breaks down what’s really at stake if the government can’t borrow more cash to pay its debts. Tidbit: Starting Feb. 15 some $61 billion in...

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