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Thoughts on Battles Won—and What’s Next

It’s impossible not to think about the last 10 years. What you were doing on 9/11…where you spent that traumatic day …and, inevitably, what has unfolded for you in the decade since. Many of the ideals that were guiding you a decade ago have now...

Congratulations! What a Year!

DailyWorth's core mission is to give women key insights into building net worth. How has your net worth changed in 2010? Before you look forward (many of us have that New Year's To Do list on the brain), reflect back on 2010 and make a mental "I...

Does Wal-Mart Owe Billions to Female Employees?

Here's the story: Hundreds of thousands of female employees banded together in a class action suit against Wal-Mart Stores, claiming that they were discriminated against in terms of both pay and promotions. The case dates back to 2001, and it's...

Budget Lessons from NJ

Hey New Jersey, you're an inspiration. Yesterday's stunning announcement from Governor Chris Christie, killing a $8.7 billion commuter tunnel, could be viewed as an act of budgetary courage. The tunnel, which would have expanded New Jersey's rail...

Ditch Debt Safely

Capitalizing on the wave of Americans desperate to ditch their debts, a slew of new debt settlement companies have hit the scene, with flashy TV and radio ads promising to make your debt disappear. But many engage in "abusive, fraudulent and...

IRS Recalls 1040 Forms

It has been a strange week for money, with the IRS recalling erroneous forms, California retailers organizing a debit card protest—and more. Keep reading for the best DW news you can use.Wrong Forms Confuse Tax Payers A printing error on 1040...

The Cons Are Pros

Scam Alert! You're hip to email phishing scams (an emerald mine in Nigeria? Who thought of that?)—and those phony calls saying that the warranty on your car is about to expire. But con artists are going high-tech, so watch out.Rip-offs on the...

The GDP is Up Today

It's an odd mix of economic events. This morning, the Commerce Department announced that the Gross Domestic Product—the main indicator of America's economic health—grew at an annual rate of 3.5% in the third quarter. Sweet. But today also marks...

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