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Is Marriage Financially Beneficial?

Thinking about tying the knot? Learn the pros and cons of getting married (financially, that is)

The Science of Buying Happiness

How much is happiness worth to you? Placing a price tag on emotional well-being may seem like a slippery slope, but scientists have a lot to say about the intersection between happiness and the money we spend. Will the emotional value of a $300...

Why It’s So Difficult to Raise Kids and Save for Retirement

My youngest daughter was born 21 years ago. At the time, I called an economist named Mark Lino from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, who told me to expect to spend as much as $300,000 to get her to age 18; toss in college costs, and it was...

25 Quotes on Wealth From Powerful Women

Any woman who has made it to the top knows that being boastful about your accomplishments can cost you — and not just in terms of dollars. Research shows again and again that women are discouraged from exhibiting pride in their empires, including...

Just a Few of the Reasons Why Working Too Hard Can Be a Bad Thing

Hard work and dedication can help you succeed at work, but it can also add extra stress, causing you to have to work harder.

5 Ways You’re Sabotaging Yourself Without Knowing It

Many of us likely heard this phrase growing up: "It's what's on the inside that counts," and as we navigate through life this mantra only becomes truer. Yes, how we present ourselves externally (whether at work, on a date or with friends) is...

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