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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...

The Money Fix: Arden's Quest for Spending Control

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...

Maybe Girlfriends Aren't a Spending Hazard

So guess who spends more when shopping with friends?   Women, who love to shop together, because they egg each other on (“Ooh, that looks so cute on you—you have to get it!”). Men, who rarely shop in groups, but get competitive when they’re with...

‘Spousonomics’ May Save Your Marriage

Can classic economic models forever quash senseless arguments, restore that first-time romance and rev up your sex life? Who knows! But economics sure can make your marriage a happier place, say the authors of “Spousonomics: Using Economics to...

"My Stay-at-Home Husband Isn't a Loser"

Despite the recession, my husband voluntarily gave up his job last August to be a full-time dad—and I am the “soul breadwinner”, making a living and helping Mike find his passion. It wasn’t easy at first. I felt the burden, both financially and...

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