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Amanda Steinberg

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{$} dailyworth sponsored post Most consumers have no idea what they spend each month on household essentials like toilet paper, trash bags, toothpaste or diapers. Shopping for these items is not only a chore, but risky: Chances are you'll buy...

5 Affordable & Healthy Grocery Buys

What’s a budget-conscious grocery shopper to do? There are obvious tips like ‘buy fruit in season when it’s cheapest,’ and ‘shop the sales,’ and ‘always shop from a list.’ Even if you’re not shopping the sales, you can still eat well without over...

Don't Worry, Seek Imbalance

According to Marcus Buckingham, a former Gallup researcher and bestselling author, women today are more unhappy than they were 40 years ago. In his latest book, Find Your Strongest Life: What the Happiest and Most Successful Women Do Differently,...

Plan Your Next Splurge

Need $10,000 to renovate your kitchen? How about $2,000 to buy a new computer? Big expenses happen. Here's a way to save for large, one-time, non-budgeted expenses: Set up a separate savings account (try ING DIRECT (9/9/09 APY: 1.3%),...

Be Social, Diva!

When I arrived last week at the Pennsylvania Governors Conference for Women cocktail hour, I knew no one. There I was, sucking on my Pinot Grigio, staring blankly into my iPhone, with no one to talk to. Rapidly the night transformed and I was...

Your Computer Will Die

  Every three years or so, your computer will die, or it will become so slow and buggy you'll want to kill it. Starting over with a new computer can be a painful, costly, time-consuming headache. Here are three ways to save yourself money and...

Suze Orman Says "No More Sacrifice"

On Thursday September 18th, 2009 Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell addressed a crowd of 4,000 women at the Pennsylvania Governor's Conference for Women, a day-long event featuring seminars, workshops and speakers geared toward empowering women....

Roll, Baby. Roll

Starting in January of 2010, anyone with a traditional IRA will be able to convert to a Roth IRA, even if your adjusted gross income is more than $100,000 per year. You'll have two years to pay taxes on any tax-deductible contributions you've...

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