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How I Broke the Cycle of Being Broke

I grew up in the very opposite of what I define as financial freedom.   I was one of six kids raised by my dad.  He was a great father, but he had his hands full trying to provide for us on a factory worker’s salary. It was almost impossible to...

6 Beliefs About Money That Can Cost You

When it comes to money beliefs, most of us have gotten past the hoary old chestnuts like, “Men earn and women spend” and “money’s the root of all evil.” But there’s a whole other genre of money messages that may seem harmless—until you start...

What Does Financial Freedom Mean to You?

Readers from around the world told us how they define it, and what they're doing to get there.

How I Found Financial Freedom

Seven women from across the country share how they did it.

Do You Have Too Much Stuff?

It took losing most of mine to help me realize what was truly important--and what wasn’t.

7 Reasons We Overspend (and How to Overcome Them)

All those little purchases can add up to big problems if you're not careful. Here's how to stay on track.

Megan Faces the Truth About Her House

Megan Stern, a single mom, advocate and entrepreneur from the east coast shares her experience with DailyWorth's eLearning program, Money Clarity. Money Clarity gave me the vision and action to do two things I really had to do as an overwhelmed,...

Note to Self: Small Indulgences are Worth It

In an effort lately to spend less and save more, my husband and I took a hard look at our regular monthly credit card charges. Largest amongst them was our $50.80 monthly New York Times print subscription. Stopping the thump of the newspaper on...

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