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Michelle Singletary’s Advice to Kerry

When I first started working with Kerry as part of the DailyWorth Money Fix, Kerry’s marriage was ending, her husband was planning to move to Texas with their two daughters, ages 7 and 9—and Kerry intended to stay in Alaska, in part to finish her...

Create Your Own Charitable Fund

One of the pleasures of accumulating wealth is that you can give back to the charities and causes you care about. And charitable giving can also give you a nice tax break. If you’re looking to donate while also getting some tax relief, consider a...

Taking DailyWorth from Community to Movement

Hellooooo everyone! The heat has finally broken here in Philly, and I’m feeling a bit revolutionary.Did I ever share with you why I started DailyWorth? The idea emerged from a combination of experiences: awe of the super-women in my life, and a...

Don't Put Your Raise in Jeopardy

You can’t read too much into human behavior on game shows. Or can you? Economists at the Swedish Institute for Social Research found that women who played against male opponents on the Swedish version of Jeopardy! tended to be less aggressive in...

A Newly Single Mom Gets a Plan

My name is Stephanie and I’m a domestic violence survivor. I prefer the word survivor, not victim. I’m also a newly divorced parent to two wonderful girls, ages four and six. I have a great job and I’m college-educated, but there’s no education...

Tax Tips for Donations

As you prepare to enter your charitable contributions on your schedule A, are you thinking “I thought I gave more than this?” Well, you probably did! Consider the following before you file: A charity doesn’t have to issue a detailed receipt...

Think Before You Text (Your Donation)

Survivors of an 8.9-magnitude earthquake and tsunami lie wrapped in blankets at the Red Cross operations centre in Miyagi prefecture March 11, 2011. Photo source: Reuters.comThe plight of the Japanese people is agonizing to watch. Naturally, your...

Burn Calories, Not Cash

Spring is coming, and you feel angst every time you look at all those fit babes in the Athleta catalog. Right? Before you sprint to the nearest gym, crunch the numbers: one national chain charges a $250 enrollment fee, plus $75 a month. That’s a...

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