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How Sandy Might Change Personal Finance

Could Hurricane Sandy change the way you think about your money? It might. Traditionally, personal finance has been, well, focused on the personal: do you have enough saved for the curveballs, for an emergency? But we’ve been thinking, here in...

Live Tips from Anderson Cooper

Not only did Anderson Cooper and his co-host today, financial guru Suze Orman, pack a ton of value into Anderson Live—off camera, a young pastor from Michigan, one Katie Baker, did “the Worm.” Seeing my first "Worm" was just one of the perks of...

What the Fiscal Cliff Really Is

The term: “Fiscal cliff” sounds dire, but it describes a combination of old tax breaks expiring, new tax increases and federal cutbacks that all take effect by January, 2013. President Obama or Governor Romney can’t steer us away from the...

A System for Your Savings

Whooo-eee SAVINGS TIME! Your commitment to saving a $500 stash for the holidays has been astounding.  Now we’re going to do our part to help you reach your goal. Here are three ways to save more money, faster. 1. Target the big uglies. Groceries,...

How the Creative Class Lives Now

On paper, my husband and I look like rich snoots. I went to Columbia, published two books, and write for fancy newspapers and magazines. My husband is an upscale antiques restorer who’s worked in Los Angeles, Paris, Copenhagen, and New York. Yet,...

4 Smart Tax Moves Now

Whether Congress will reach a resolution on the fiscal cliff by December 31st, or we’ll all be ringing in the new year with newer, higher tax rates is anyone’s guess.  But despite the stalemate in Washington, there are some simple actions you can...

3 Steps to Savings Success

Wow, you are serious about saving for the holidays. In fact, thousands of DailyWorth readers pledged to save $500 by the time the shopping season hits. If you want to join them—and get a chance to win an extra $500—make your own pledge today! Now...

Financial Help for Breast Cancer Patients

The toll breast cancer takes is not only physical and emotional, but for many women, it can be scarily financial. Of the $100-plus billion spent on cancer care yearly, the biggest portion is for breast cancer: nearly $14 billion. That number...

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