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The Greek Debt Drama Continues

You’ve heard about the Greek debt crisis and the riots in Athens. But you may not realize that what happens in Greece could strike a lot closer to home. ηθοποι?ς (the actors) Greece is part of the 17-nation eurozone, a group of very different...

For Love And Money

Hola, DailyWorth! Welcome to February and to our new addition: the monthly editor’s letter. From me to you, with news and inspiration. It’s going to be a love-ly month, and not just because of all the heart-shaped candy lying around. First, the...

Get Social with Your Money

You like your friends, you like “The Breakfast Club,” and you like “Glee” (admit it). Maybe it’s time to start liking your bank. On Facebook, that is. While only 25% of financial firms report using social media to connect to customers, an...

Get Rich Without Really Trying

Welcome to part three of RESTART 2012, a painless four-part financial scrub-down that will have you in fighting shape before you can say “FICO.” Read part one and part two. This is not news: the easier you make it for yourself to save money, the...

New Rules Could Save Your Retirement

Is your retirement plan costing you too much? Upcoming federal regulations about 401k fee transparency could change that—and you can help. Keeping expense ratios low is critical for women, who tend to live longer than men and thus need to be...

A Chance to Double Your Savings

You know you need an emergency stash to cover a crisis (think fire, layoff, root canal). But if you’re like 25% of Americans—about 75 million people—you’re having trouble getting that cushion together. Until now. Save $1,000 with DailyWorth and...

Moderate Couponing = Extreme Savings

I’m fascinated by the TLC show Extreme Couponing—and while crazy bargain-hunting is a bit much for me, I’ve incorporated some of the diehards’ strategies to cut my grocery bill by up to 36%: Start slow. Don’t try to clip every coupon and visit...

Get More From the People You Pay

In this economy, your boss has asked you to take on more work, so why don't you do the same with your household payroll? That's a fancy way of saying, maybe it's time to ask your cleaning person, babysitter, or even the kid who rakes your leaves...

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