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The Food Bill: Can You Hack It?

How much do I hate my grocery bill? Enough that I’m constantly reading cost-cutting tips. It’s my hobby (and cheaper than quilting or golf). My fave find this week: Frugalhacks! Here are two tips, run through my own “would I really do this?”...

Hot Buys on Second Homes

Thinking about buying a second home? The time is right. Sales of investment homessurged "an extraordinary 64.5 percent" in 2011, according to the National Association of Realtors. If you’re wondering which markets offer the best deals, head for...

Coping With the Curveballs

You know what makes me feel like a million bucks? My curveball account. What’s a curveball account—as opposed to an emergency fund, or run-of-the-mill savings? A) It’s for surprise expenses; B) it’s not for emergencies; C) every girl needs...

Joy Marcus Has a Winning Strategy

Clink! MoreWorth’s casual correspondent, Alison Brower, discovers dollar-cost averaging, Over Drinks with Joy Marcus, Venture Partner, DFJ Gotham Ventures. When I first started investing on my own—in addition to my 401K—I was young, single, and...

A Hot New Show About Investing

“The Liz & Jny Show,” which airs weekdays on the online finance network TastyTrade, ditches the classic CNBC model of the screaming bald guy—and delivers a fresh (and, yes, sexy) take on investing. Not only are co-hosts Liz Dierking and Jenny...

A Tax-Free Hammock at 65

Imagine you’re about to retire and you’ve got a nice little nest egg saved up. (Way to go!) Obviously, you want to keep as much of your hard-earned cash as possible, while surrendering as little as possible to the IRS upon withdrawal. That’s why...

Be Ready for the Worst-Case Scenario

Suppose the first thing your boss says to you tomorrow is, “Clean out your desk.” Any idea how you’d manage? Time for a financial fire drill: Imagine paring down your current expenses and creating a plan to cover just the basics. “Basic” means...

Does Your CPA Pass the Quarterly Tax Test?

Ten years ago, business lawyer Nina Kaufman went from running her own shop to joining a limited-liability partnership. She was thrilled…until April 15 arrived, and with it, a $20,000 tax bill. Turns out, she should have been paying quarterly...

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