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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...

Greek-Style Turkey Burgers with Tzatziki

Hundreds of you requested more recipes recently, and who are we to deny you?  Sign up now for DailyWorth’s new once-a-week recipe edition, featuring fast, healthy, and affordable food for you and your family. For now, here’s an insanely easy and...

The Food Bill: Can You Hack It?

How much do I hate my grocery bill? Enough that I’m constantly reading cost-cutting tips. It’s my hobby (and cheaper than quilting or golf). My fave find this week: Frugalhacks! Here are two tips, run through my own “would I really do this?”...

Coping With the Curveballs

You know what makes me feel like a million bucks? My curveball account. What’s a curveball account—as opposed to an emergency fund, or run-of-the-mill savings? A) It’s for surprise expenses; B) it’s not for emergencies; C) every girl needs...

Be Ready for the Worst-Case Scenario

Suppose the first thing your boss says to you tomorrow is, “Clean out your desk.” Any idea how you’d manage? Time for a financial fire drill: Imagine paring down your current expenses and creating a plan to cover just the basics. “Basic” means...

Meet the Emergency Savings Contest Winners!

Saving money is its own reward. But that doesn’t have to be the only reward.  Three participants in the Mint.com “It’s an Emergency!” savings challenge set up Mint accounts, and just won a tidy sum for their heroic savings efforts: Melissa, a...

Rev Up Your Car Care

A badly-maintained car will cost you a little now—and a lot down the road. Lori Johnson, president of Ladies, Start Your Engines!, offers this advice for savvy car care that will save you money: Open the glove compartment. Your owner’s manual...

Jean Chatzky’s New "Money Rules"

Michael Pollan condensed all the literature about healthy eating into one simple mantra: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”  Jean Chatzky took the simpler-is-better idea, multiplied it by 94, and published “Money Rules,” a bite-sized book...

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