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You might think you need a financial overhaul, when what you really need is a little extra improvement.
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Addressing the math and the psychology of 401(k) loans.
Think being a millionaire is all about creating the latest hot product? Think again.
When it comes to cars, buy used. Nothing could be simpler.
Your relationship to probability is a lot less straightforward than you think.
Save money on insurance can give your savings a major boost. Here are three ways to do it.
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Bernie Madoff is known more for his criminality than his investment advice, but it turns out, he is pretty good at both.
Three key retirement planning statistics that might just scare you into action.
A lot of us spend more than we earn, and despite our best efforts, it can be hard to know what to do to stop. These three tips can help.
Frugality has its limits, and it can even cost you when taken too far. Here’s how to optimize your savings.
We all have our secret off-budget items -- don’t let yours undermine your financial plans.
Managing money can be stressful -- make it into a game instead.
Instead of letting your money control you, treat your household finances like a business.