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4 Ways to Start a Love Affair with Money

Don’t be afraid of your finances! Find out how to have a better relationship with you money now.

Do You Deserve to Be Wealthy?

When did ‘wealth’ become a dirty word? Learn how to be successful on your terms, and then celebrate it.

Time for a Debt Detox

Forget your weight-loss resolution. Trade your juice cleanse for a debt detox. Those financial burdens don’t just weigh us down mentally — they also put future goals (like owning a home and enjoying a swanky retirement) at risk. We asked...

The ONE Piece of Money Advice You Need

We asked powerful women across a diverse range of industries — from the president of a nonprofit to the CEO of a fashion company — just one question: What's one piece of financial advice you'd give women for 2015? Here’s what they said.

10 Money Resolutions You Should Make This Year

It’s that time of year. Yes, the week when millions of Americans make their oaths to the fitness gods. Being physically fit is certainly a worthy (if elusive) goal. but many of us have finances that — let’s face it — are a little out of shape...

Four Reasons To Consider Fossil Free Fuel Investing

From churches to financial advisors, many are divesting their holdings from the fossil fuel industry. Find out why you should consider fossil free fuel investing instead.

What to Do Before 2014 Ends: A Financial Cheat Sheet

The holidays are a busy time of year — and expensive too. That's why it makes sense to take a break from the hubbub and look for some last-minute ways you can save money on your taxes. Here are the top moves to make: 1. Stuff money into...

Ron Burgundy Can’t Deduct His Wardrobe Costs, but the UPS Guy Can

Job openings in the U.S. are at an all-time high. As the latest crop of first-time workers get hired, they need a business wardrobe. The universal question is — Can I deduct my wardrobe costs? Since you need to wear clothing anyway, there is no...

How to Spend a Million Dollars

I read once that the typical windfall is spent within 18 months. No matter how big the inheritance, bonus, tax refund, lottery win, or lawsuit settlement, people think they're richer than they really are and the money is soon gone. I thought I...

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