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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...

How to Pick the Right Adviser

It’s fall. The car needs an oil change. And you’re having that get-a-grip-on-my-money moment. Item #1: You need a financial adviser, but how do you choose the right qualifications? If you need a big-picture, long-term plan: CFP: A certified...

Your Credit Score vs. the Lenders'

You know you should shop around when it comes to any credit product (cards, loans, mortgages). But here's another reason to get more than one offer: Lenders are looking at a different score than the one you have, according to a new study by the...

Investments That Make a Difference

Socially responsible investing (SRI) is one way to feel good while doing well, as they say. Trying to define SRI companies isn’t black and white, however. For some investors, measures like how “green” the company is matters more than diversity in...

What to Do When You Find Money Dullllll

When Real Simple editor-in-chief Kristin van Ogtrop admitted she found money boring in her September editor’s note—we were tickled. Booya for being honest! Then we called her to get the real (simple) deal on how she maintains her financial...

Win $500 When We Match Your Savings Goal

It’s the holiday gift you’ve always wanted: To start saving in advance so that when December strikes, you’re way ahead of the game. See this magic wand? We’re here to help you make that gift come true. Just pledge to save $500 between now and...

Liz Weston’s New Q&A Money Book

Got money issues, but don’t feel like falling asleep over another dull, dry personal finance book? Liz Weston’s newest book, “There Are No Dumb Money Questions,” reads like a reality show of people’s money quandaries—because (in a way) it is....

A $50,000 Lesson Pays Off

About three years ago, in my late 30s and still single and living in a big city, I decided to buy a weekend beach house. I didn’t have a husband, kids, so it kind of made me feel normal, to have something of my own. Of course, I also thought it...

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