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A Financial Planner Admits Her Money Mistakes

Today’s post is part of a new series called “Life by De$ign,” which explores non-traditional choices that women make in order to make their finances work. I’m a 33-year-old financial advisor, and you can call me Joanna. I invest and manage...

Should We Pay to Rebuild?

New Jersey Army National Guard aerial views shows the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy to the New Jersey coast. Photo Credit: Reuters The East Coast has barely begun to assess the cost of recovery after superstorm Sandy last month. It will be...

A Recipe for Survival

Before I had breast cancer, I had kidney cancer. They caught it early, removed my right kidney, and I went right back to work as a fashion-industry freelancer.  Three years later, at 56, I was diagnosed with (unrelated) breast cancer. This time I...

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Legal trouble. Since it acquired Merrill Lynch in 2008, Bank of America has been entangled in a series of pricey legal battles. A high note, literally, was last week's $2.43 billion payout to settle a class-action lawsuit in which plaintiffs...

I Thought We Had a Deal

I recently bought a Groupon for a haircut and color at an uber-fancy Manhattan salon. It was pricey, $150, but not much more than what I’d normally pay. I was pretty excited. I’d been letting my hair grow out for months, and I couldn’t wait to...

Face to Face with Otherness

Amanda Steinberg is the founder of DailyWorth. At the time of the 9/11 attacks, she lived four blocks from the World Trade Center. Running down the street on that warm September morning, I experienced what few Americans have: explosion,...

3 Girls + 180,000 Signatures = Wow

Emma Axelrod, Elena Tsemberi, and Sammi Siegel Want to change the world, but it's hard when you've only got a 20-minute lunch break? A growing number of mainstreet activists are using digital platforms like Change.org, a site that helps you lobby...

A Letter to Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer

Marissa, At 37, you've opted to become CEO of struggling tech giant Yahoo. And you’re seven months pregnant. With a Master's degree in computer science from Stanford, you don’t need anyone's advice on efficiency planning or systems engineering....

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