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How to Save Money During the Holidays

How to Save Money During the Holidays

The leaves are changing colors, temperatures are cooling, and fall is in the air. And although Christmas carols aren’t on the radio yet, the holidays are just around the corner.
What Are Your Biggest Money Problems?

What Are Your Biggest Money Problems?

We asked readers to share their biggest money problems. Their responses were many and varied from worries like how to best invest their money to how to start a business to simply making ends meet.

But one thing was clear…

10 Frequently Asked Questions About Money

10 Frequently Asked Questions About Money

Basic financial literacy remains rather elusive in our culture. Between social taboos about discussing money and the lack of formal education about finance, most of us just make do with what our parents taught us — and for many people, that…

9 Lessons to Know Before Buying a House

9 Lessons to Know Before Buying a House

Buying a home is more like buying a used car than renting an apartment. You need to ask questions, look under the hood and take it for a spin. Turn on all the faucets. Flush the toilet. Blast the heat…

How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

We don’t have to tell you this if you’ve ever been (or are) in this situation, but living from one paycheck to the next makes peace of mind an elusive goal. Some 78 percent of American full-time…

Why I Gave up on My Debt-Free Dream

Why I Gave up on My Debt-Free Dream

At 22, I was drowning in debt from college expenses, a new baby, and a house my husband and I weren’t ready to buy. Our son spent the first week of his life in the hospital, and large hospital…

Should I Buy a Foreclosure or Short Sale?

Should I Buy a Foreclosure or Short Sale?

Purchasing a home through a short sale or a foreclosure process can be a way to get a good deal on a property. But it isn’t for the faint of heart. Both processes are likely to be more complicated…

How to Dress Professionally for Special Events

How to Dress Professionally for Special Events

You know that sinking feeling when you walk into a party and realize you’ve failed to read the dress code fine print?

The late historian and fashion writer Anne Hollander argued that we want to look “right” far more…

7 Ways to Rebrand Yourself for Success

7 Ways to Rebrand Yourself for Success

How do you stay relevant in an ever-changing job market? Hint: It’s not hard work. Sure, you need to put in some hours and effort. But whether that translates to success has a lot more to do with…

How Women Get Screwed in Divorce

How Women Get Screwed in Divorce

While going through a divorce can be emotionally shattering, it can also be financially debilitating. And the ramifications seem especially detrimental for women: While the oft-reported figures that a woman’s standard of living declines after a divorce by…

How to Save $5,000 in a Year

How to Save $5,000 in a Year

Financial expert David Bach coined the now-famous phrase “latte factor” more than a decade ago to illustrate the thousands of dollars you could save over time by giving up your daily latte. The phrase is akin to the common…