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The G.O.O.D. Secret—Save

Assuming you’ve read the first installment of the DailyWorth G.O.O.D. guide, you’ve started to live the debt-free life, or at least figuring out what that means. Next step: Start saving.   Being in debt means you’re in danger of falling deeper...

HelloWallet. It's Me, Your Budget.

A good budget tells you how to manage money now. But what about where you’re headed next? You’ve got some goals stashed away—a home, a car, a private island. How can you better manage your cashflow today to make certain your dreams materialize?Say...

Saved By My Car Budget

It’s not easy starting a new life as a single mom, and my first big challenge was to buy a decent but affordable used car. I’m loyal to Hondas and Toyotas, because I believe those cars spend less time in the shop. But my budget was $200 a month,...

Get Out of Debt—It's G.O.O.D.

Introducing the new DailyWorth Get Out of Debt Guide, a vital component of building net worth. Standard get-out-of-debt advice usually tells you to first calculate how much you owe, add up your balances and make a plan for paying it all back....

Return It Already

Yes, it’s time for that annual post-holiday tradition we all dread: Deal with your returns and exchanges, or die trying. According to a DailyWorth study of rumors, guesses and human nature, you probably have the following items already gathering...

Brain Candy For Money Blahs

Winter blahs? Post-holiday financial fatigue? Girl, you need some money fun, k? Take a break from calculator in your brain and cozy up to the second season opener of “You’re Cut Off!”, on VH1 tonight, at 9pm/8pm Central. What? You’ve never...

Holiday Hindsight is 20-20

About three weeks ago, as the holiday season kicked into high gear, I vowed to put all my receipts into a folder to better track my spending. And although I didn't want to look at that pile of receipts, never mind add them up, a promise is a...

End Holiday Spending Stress

With nearly one in 10 Americans currently unemployed, millions of people have seen their household incomes drop this year. A full 34% of Americans said they plan to spend nothing on holiday purchases, because they expect further financial...

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