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8 Ways Your Upbringing Can Affect Your Money Habits

Whether we realize it or not, how we were raised has a tremendous impact on how we make decisions as adults. Sometimes the results are positive, certainly. But other times the results are detrimental to our well-being, especially when it comes to...

Are You Two in Sync About Retirement?

My husband and I have mused about where we’d like to retire for most of our 22-year marriage. Cape Cod so he can spend his time deep-sea fishing? A pied-à-terre in New York, where we lived when we were first married? Or perhaps Napa Valley so we...

3 Retirement Traps

You max out your 401k have equity in your home, and keep an eye on your portfolio—so why do you still feel uneasy about the future?Maybe because you’ve fallen into one of these three common retirement traps, says Gregory Salsbury, Ph.D., author of...

Know Your Unknowns

It was one of those minor life events that put a spotlight on a big financial issue. I’m the type to stay on top of household spending, but when my daughter started preschool, my system went haywire. I combed through our bag of receipts and...

Maybe You Need a Postnup

Has something changed since you got married, and you want to set new financial ground rules? You might benefit from a postnuptial agreement—in effect, a prenup that’s done after you’re married. Postnups are on the rise, for many reasons. Some...

The Best of the Web for Websites

Original Twitter Concept | Photo Source: jackdorsey's photostream on Flickr Apparently, there's this thing called a website and your business needs one. Here are a few ways to build a great site at minimal expense. Your designer will love you if...

Document Your Agreements

If I can point to the one thing that probably led to over $1,000,000 worth of mistakes that I've made in my businesses (and I have the debt to prove it), it was that I spent little, if any, time documenting agreements. Documents, records, and...

How Much is That ‘A’ Worth?

When I was in elementary school, I’d excitedly count down the days until I got my next report card, anxious to make sure I’d gotten an ‘A’ in each and every one. But not because I was one of those naturally straight-A kids: I got paid. Instead of...

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