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How to Talk Investments with Your Honey

You and your mate may squabble over plenty of financial decisions, but there’s one financial move you absolutely, 100 percent, hands-down, must agree on: your retirement strategy. Yet 73 percent of couples don’t. That’s bad because...

Pick Trends With Staying Power

How do you invest wisely in trends—without becoming a trend-hopping investor? “It’s tricky,” says LouAnn Lofton, Motley Fool contributor and author of “Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl.” “You can’t get caught up in the hype.” Last year people...

How to Have the Fee Convo

Last week, we discussed the different types of financial advisers. Today: What should you ask your money pro first? Answer: You need to know what they’re charging you, so you can keep your investing costs low. Here are some common fee structures....

Save 1% More to Make a Fortune

Let’s say you’re about 40, and you make $75,000 a year. You’re reading DailyWorth, so you’re saving 10% of your income, yearly. Let’s also assume your boss gives you a 3% raise per year (thanks, Boss!), and you have $35,000 in retirement savings...

Where to Stash Your Cash

Today’s belly-low interest rates pose a real challenge if you’re trying to sock away some money. Where’s the growth, when the average savings account is paying a measly 0.20%? Good news: We got the inside scoop from top money experts about the...

Diversify with Local Investment Opportunities

You put your money where your life is, trolling farmer’s markets for veggies and shopping at local boutiques. But if you’re like most of us, your investments are in large caps and blue chips, not growing with local neighborhood businesses. Maybe...

How to Own 2013—and Beyond

Ah, to bask in the glow of a new year, a fresh slate, and all of the optimism that comes with it. It’s a great thing to be human—we’re able to reflect on the past and consider the future. Grow. Evolve. Become (we hope) better and smarter. In that...

Investments That Make a Difference

Socially responsible investing (SRI) is one way to feel good while doing well, as they say. Trying to define SRI companies isn’t black and white, however. For some investors, measures like how “green” the company is matters more than diversity in...

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