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Back to School Without Back-Breaking Debt

Going back to school would be a dream—except for that part where you get your first student loan bill and wake up screaming. Unfortunately, “non-traditional” students (late twenties and up) graduate with 15% more debt. Use these tips to get that...

Save Money with Pinterest

Depending on where you stand (or pin), image-sharing site Pinterest is either mad fun or the latest social media time suck. We like it because you can find money-saving, life-enhancing ideas on the big P without even registering. Pinterest scours...

How the Greek Debt Drama Could Affect You

My husband and I were thinking of selling our house this summer, despite the crummy market. But when we asked our realtor if we had a prayer, she said: “It depends on what happens in Europe.” Europe? Yep. You might not be caught up on the fact...

Getting Greedy with My Savings

I'm moving this summer—a shockingly expensive endeavor. So I dumped my tax return into savings, and I’ve doubled my monthly auto-transfer to savings. (Go me!) But I’ve struck an unexpected problem: I don’t want to part with all that cash. Over...

Can You Fund a 401k and an IRA?

Here’s a classic retirement question from a reader: I’m in my 30's, and saving about 10% of my salary. Soon I can contribute to my 401k—and they’ll match 100%, up to 5% of my salary. Should I put the whole 10% into my 401k and stop contributing...

My Retirement Repentance 

My name is Jenna, and I threw away SIX GRAND.   Here’s how: I rolled over $4,700 from my old 401k to an IRA—and left it sitting in a money market account.  And it’s been sitting there for three years. Look, IRA rollovers are complicated and...

Personal Finance Videos You’ll Actually Want to Watch

Watching financial services videos isn’t always a top priority. Three minutes on stable value funds. Where’s the vacuum cleaner? So we’re thrilled to report that money videos will never be the same, thanks to a cheeky new series from Charles...

How to Decide Whether to Buy a Home

The economy may be gathering steam, but real estate prices are still falling in many markets. In some rust belt cities, you can buy a house—a house!—for $5,000.  “It sounds like a screaming deal,” says Josh Dorkin, CEO of BiggerPockets.com, an...

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