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How to Save on Your Cable Bill
If you pay a monthly cable bill, you’ve probably bemoaned the soaring prices and the lack of choices when it comes to the channels you actually watch versus how many you pay for.
Women Are Better Investors Than Men
Women are actually better investors than men – we just don’t realize it yet, a new study found.
How to Stay Solvent in a One-Income Household
A few years ago, I unexpectedly found myself raising two kids on one income.
Childcare Swap: How to Save Big Money on Childcare
Across the country, parents are struggling to afford childcare, which can cost more than 12 percent of a two-parent family’s income.
How to Talk About Money in a Relationship
About a year before my husband and I tied the knot, we had a financial powwow over margaritas (just one each). We wrote down our personal “numbers” — including savings, debt and credit scores — on Post-its. Then we did a…
Is This Job a Good Fit? Here’s How to Find Out
Let’s face it: There are a lot of people who don’t like their jobs.
A 2017 State of the American Workplace report by Gallup found that just 34 percent of “professional workers” were “engaged” with their work. If…
Mortgage 101: What Is Escrow, Prequalification?
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…
Frugal Vs. Cheap: What’s the Difference?
I’ve always considered myself frugal. I was raised by frugal parents who reminded us to throw on extra sweatshirts, turn off unnecessary lamps, and not be frivolous with money. Knowing how to bargain, barter and negotiate has been one…
Is it Too Late to Start Saving for Retirement?
I’m 57 years old and wondering: Is it too late to save money for retirement? I expect to be working for another 10 years. Is that realistic? — Maria, Trenton, NJ
Unfortunately, the American dream of retiring at age 65…
How to Close a Credit Card
If you’re no longer using a particular credit card, there are financial benefits to keeping it open — as long as it’s free. But if it’s costing you unnecessary fees (or tempting you to spend), make sure to…
Can I Lose My 401(k)?
“If I leave my job to freelance or take another job, what should I do with my retirement account? I won’t lose the money, will I?”
— Jennifer, Brooklyn, New York
Before you leave, it’s important to understand the…
No Retirement Savings? Here’s How to Catch Up
Now is a good time to consider stashing a bit more into your retirement account to maximize your tax benefits.
5 Smart Money Tips for New Parents
It’s no secret that having a baby is expensive. In fact, for a baby born in 2017, parents can expect to spend an average of $14,260 each year.
How 4 Successful Female Entrepreneurs Got Their Starts
Many of us have big dreams about running a multimillion-dollar company. But getting there requires taking small, patient steps.
Below are the stories — and lessons learned — of women entrepreneurs who paid attention to the littlest details, paving the way…
What Bitcoin Reminds Us About Investing Basics
Past performance is not necessarily an indication of future growth. Still, if you really want to try and “get in on the action,” that’s understandable. Remember to make sure you consider all the factors influencing an investment’s future performance—and please, know how much risk you can really afford take.
Why I Quit My Job After Maternity Leave
I had a fairly straightforward, predictable pregnancy. The hardest thing about it was the 45-minute commute to work with a growing baby sitting on my bladder. I was a state employee, a senior editor at UC Berkeley, underpaid but…
10 Investing Questions Explained in Plain English
Investing seems largely out of reach to many people (and Wall Street has especially shut out women). But it doesn’t have to be inaccessible or scary if you have basic knowledge to bolster your confidence. Here, we build on…
How to Transition From Working at Home to Office Life
As your career path changes, you may shift between working in an office and working at home — either as your own boss or a remote employee. If you’re heading back into office life after a period of setting your…
9 Reasons Why You Overspend
No matter how sensible with money you usually are, there are times when your budget is at risk of getting hijacked. “Emotionally charged circumstances make us prone to overspending,” says financial psychologist Brad Klontz, managing principal of Your Mental Wealth…
How to Save $1 Million
The elusive million dollar milestone…is it reachable? Well, in short, yes. But not without some careful planning and discipline. Time is a key factor, of course. It all depends on your age, when you plan to retire, what kinds…