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Don't Make These 10 Common Money Mistakes

As a DailyWorth editor, I’m often asked for financial advice. By everyone. When people know what I do for a living, they instantly want to show me their student loan statements. They want my opinion on their 401(k) contributions. They ask what...

4 Strategies to Reduce Your Taxes

Minimize your taxes with these four great tips.

10 Tips for Saving on Your Next Mattress

Nobody wants to buy a new mattress — it’s a mundane process that can set you back anywhere from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. No wonder we’re all losing sleep. But a little-known fact is that you can negotiate the price. Here’s how....

3 Biggest Financial Mistakes Made By Each Generation

High school yearbooks don’t say which students are “most likely to make terrible financial decisions.” But if they did, a recent report could predict what those mistakes would be, based on when the person graduated. Every generation has a “pain...

What to Expect When You’re Expecting Retirement

Save to give yourself options for the long term (because it may not be as far-off as you think).

Home Buying 101: How to Get a Mortgage

For many people, buying a home is the biggest financial move they’ll ever make. Most homes are bought with mortgage loans, which let you buy property and come with tax-deductible interest. If you’re in the market for a new home, especially if...

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 notion that little...

Invest in Women’s Human Rights

Learn how to invest and spend your money where your convictions are.

Checklist: All the Documents You Need to File Your Taxes

Confused about what you need to file your taxes? We've got you covered: Gather These Documents • Last year’s tax return: To file your tax return, the tax accountant will need some important documents. If it’s your first appointment, make sure to...

The Mortgage Mistake Nearly Half of Borrowers Make

Did you pay too much for your mortgage? If you’re like millions of Americans, the answer is probably yes — and that means you may be throwing tens of thousands of dollars of your hard-earned money at the bank, when you might not need to. A report...