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Is Investing in Options Too Risky?

I've heard that options are risky investments. Is that true? How do they work? — Tara, Connecticut  Options have the unfair reputation of being considered riskier than other investment vehicles. For instance, in a book written by a well-respected...

6 Millionaire Myths Debunked

Many people believe that — while it’d certainly be nice — they’ll never become millionaires. That it’s an utterly unattainable dream.  The truth is: Hitting the $1 million mark is more attainable today than ever — and more important. That’s...

The Secret to Successful Budgeting? Splurge a Little

When the birth of my second child left me completely overwhelmed, and a bit depressed about the monotony of my life, I instituted a new house rule: Mommy doesn’t cook on Friday nights. The (nearly) three-meal-a-day routine had worn on me when my...

Is Your Bank Account Keeping Up With You?

Significant life events trigger changes in our spending behavior. For the recent grad, jeans and tees make way for suits and dress shirts. A couple with a newborn may need a larger car to accommodate a car seat. And empty nesters might look to...

What Are the Most Tax-Advantaged Ways to Save for Retirement?

My husband and I are maxing out our 401(k) and IRA contributions. Are there other tax-advantaged places we could be putting more money away? What options do we have to save more for retirement? We are debt free, with the exception of the...

17 Free Apps That Will Cut Monthly Bills

Check out these apps that will save you money and won't cost you a cent. Now that's what I call a real deal. Love Food Hate Waste This free Love Food Hate Waste app generates recipes from your leftovers. Time to throw a fridge party! Get the...

Should I Cash Out My 401(k) to Pay Off Debt?

I'm a 33-year-old woman who's been unemployed for the past six months. So far I've been doing okay living on unemployment, but the money I put into my 401(k) is just sitting there. I'm not sure how much longer I will be unemployed, and in another...

How We Paid Off $440,500 in Debt

Americans owe more than $11 trillion in consumer debt, including almost $857 billion in credit card debt. For many households, all those monthly payments and skyrocketing interest rates are crippling — making it hard just to purchase necessities,...

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