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Would You Invest in a Tobacco Company?

As investors, we usually focus on what investments are good for our bottom line—like, say, steady dividend-paying stocks. But what investing in companies we can also feel good about?Socially responsible mutual funds typically use social screens to...

3 Free Investing Apps

From left: Chaiken Power Tools, Retire Logix, and Market Millionaire. Today’s task: Find three fabulous and free smartphone apps that can make us better investors. Truth? It was slim pickings. Don’t get us wrong: the apps below are great. But our...

Revive Your Credit, Restart Your Life

Thinking about filing for bankruptcy, but worried about whether you’ll ever recover? It’s actually a chance to rebuild your credit and your life, says Ed Boltz, an attorney and board member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy...

Raising a Future Investor

When I was a teenager, my grandmother gave me a couple shares of Limited Brands. I had worked at The Limited that summer, and while I was focused on my employee discount, she was trying to get me to think bigger. At the time, I was nonplussed....

Should You Borrow Your Own Money?

Does this stat surprise you: Nearly 28% of 401(k) users currently have outstanding loans, according to a recent survey by employee-benefits consultant Aon Hewitt. That’s up from about 22% in 2005.Yes, we get that times are tough and that a 401(k)...

Think Long-Term Care Now, for Later

When I announced that I would use my "Money Day Off," earlier this summer, to tackle my long-term care insurance policy (finally), many of you expressed an interest in LTC. As a former financial advisor—and someone who has seen long-term care...

AssetClass Survey + Chance to Win $100

AssetClass, our investing email, launched in May. We created it to help women (including ourselves) learn more about how to grow their money. Our goal is to create a forum where we can discuss investment strategies, mistakes, tips, goals and...

Earn More in Your Bank Account

I’ve got some cash sitting in a savings account at a big bank. Yes, it’s super accessible and federally insured. But my annual interest rate is a paltry 0.35%. I want more—while still keeping it liquid and safe. If I’m willing to jump through...

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