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3 Ways to Curb Impulse Spending

Impulse buys have a sneaky way of adding up, especially during flea market season. Before you know it, your wallet’s thinner and all you can show for it are … scented soy candles? Sigh. Here, three scientifically proven ways to stop: Don’t...

Put Your Money Where the Women Are

Equities, bonds, cash, and...women? Right now gender doesn’t loom large in most asset allocation strategies, but some people are saying it should. That’s because several studies suggest that having women at the helm of a company may aid its...

Price Hike for Plastic

For years, retailers had to pay a fee to Visa and MasterCard when shoppers used their cards. But merchants technically weren’t allowed to pass along that surcharge to customers. Until now. Thanks to a recent settlement between merchants and the...

Get Ready for Platinum

You boosted your credit score—and you want to upgrade to a credit card with actual… whaddya call them? Perks. Higher-end cards typically offer features like cash back, airline miles, and lower interest rates. How do you know you’re ready for...

A Hands-On Way to Pay Down Debt

Debt is such a drag—especially when you’ve got multiple cards with different balances and interest rates.  Yes, I know about the “snowball” method (where you pay off the smallest balances first), but I have two new ideas for you today. First,...

Planning Karen Klein’s Awesome Retirement

By now you’ve heard about Karen Klein, a 68-year old bus monitor who became an Internet celebrity last week after video surfaced of her being bullied to tears by a group of kids. Someone set up a fundraiser on IndieGoGo, hoping to raise $5,000 to...

Three DIY Savings Projects—Tested!

Something about summer makes people want to get all DIY and project-y. But is saving $0.03 a day really worth seven hours of hard labor? We put three common DIY money-saving tips to the test, to find out if it’s really worth it to... Grow your...

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...

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