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Take Interest in Your Mortgage

As you line up your financial goals for 2011, you may be wondering if you can still save money on your mortgage. We've got two good options for you. First, there's the obvious appeal of refinancing—which we wrote about in July. Interest rates are...

DIY Gifts: Lotions, Potions & More

Those last-minute "gotta get the neighbor a gift" moments can lead to reckless rampages through the mall. Chill! This selection of handmade treats can be made in one relaxing afternoon or evening. By you.     DailyWorth's own Hilary...

Money Manners: Guest Gifts That Say Thanks

Dear Anna, I'm going to be staying with friends and family over the holidays. Will a gift express my thanks, or should I offer to take my hosts out for a meal? If we go out, do I have to pick up the tab? A: Many guests do take their hosts out to...

Thanks to YOU

As we all scramble to wrap things up before the holiday weekend, we want make sure that all the things we're grateful for don't get lost in the cranberry sauce. First and foremost, let's all give thanks for signs of sanity in our beleaguered...

Battling Holiday Spending Expectations

How much can my family afford to spend on gifts this year? Not as much as in years past. Due to the financial pressures that come with growing a small business (DailyWorth just passed 50,000 women members—love to you all!), we're being cautious...

Holiday Budget Now!

In case you don't have a working holiday budget yet, here are two reasons to get on it: You don't want to end up like the estimated 13 million Americans who are still paying off last year's holiday purchases. The Lifehacker Holiday Planner makes...

Should You Convert?

What's the big mystery around Roth IRA conversions this year? Not only were the income caps lifted this year—a big deal for those with a modified adjusted gross income of more than $100,000—if you convert to a Roth by December 31, 2010, you don't...

Save or Pay Off Debt?

It's a common dilemma: Should you put all your spare cash toward paying down debt, or build up your emergency savings—or a little of both? It's a serious question now. If you lost your job, the average length of unemployment is about 33 weeks—or...

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