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6 Ways to Cut Your Monthly Bills

Who isn’t turned off by high bills? I am, yet I’ll go months, even years, without investigating ways to cut them down, even when it could mean saving thousands. The obvious reason: I think I don’t know how to shave dollars off seemingly fixed...

How to Save $1 Million In Your 401(k)

Got $1 million in your 401(k)? Some savers might be surprised how feasible that savings goal is if they put their mind — and their money — to it. Of course, if you don’t have $1 million saved, you’re definitely not alone. Just 0.42 percent of all...

Money Talks — Why Women Should Invest in Natural Foods

Women can make a large impact in consumer packaged goods through angel investing — here’s why they should.

Your Debt: Stop Dreading and Start Doing

The journey out of debt starts with a single step.

A Glossary of Basic Mortgage Terms: From Escrow to Title

It can feel like mortgage lenders and real estate agents speak a secret language. If you’re planning to buy your first home — or your first in a while — you’re bound to hear unfamiliar terms during the mortgage process. Here’s a cheat sheet to...

I Achieved the American Dream — and It Was Awful

The year was 2008. I was 25, pregnant with twins, and very much in love. And we had just hit the quintessential American rite of passage: We bought our first home. The large, open floor plan beckoned us. Before the ink was dry, we’d bought a...

8 Basic Money Lessons Everyone Should Know

Where should we learn how to handle money? School. But we don’t. Instead, what you know — or don’t know — about finances stems from a number of factors: how you were raised and what you learned from friends, financial advisors, a spouse, random...

Money Management for Millennials

Six tips to take your finances to the next level.

How To Turn Problems Into Teachers

Don’t let tough challenges get in your way! Find out how to turn pesky financial problems into gains.

7 Easy Budget Lunches to Bring to Work

Helen Gurley Brown, the illustrious editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan for 32 years, didn’t believe in shelling out money for work lunches. As a longtime secretary who worked her way up, she thought throwing away money on lukewarm sandwiches was a...

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