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Financial Planning

Your Toughest Money Problems SOLVED!

You've got questions, we've got answers. For two weeks, we've tackled 25 of those nagging financial questions that keep you up at night -- from buying your first home to saving for college and retirement to managing debt and maintaining a good credit

Some financial decisions are easy. You know, for example, that you should pay your mortgage instead of blowing the money on an impulse trip to Cancun.

But some financial questions are a tougher call. For example, should you buy a house with no money down? What's the best way to save for college and retirement? What will it take to manage your debt wisely or maintain a good credit rating?

You've got questions. We've got answers. From August 14 through 25, we tackled 25 of those nagging questions that keep you up at night. Check out our cheat sheet below for the answer to your most troubling money questions.

Plus, check out our slideshow of 13 bonus solutions for advice and resources to help you make smart financial decisions.


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August 22

  • What's the Best Retirement Plan if I'm Self-Employed?

  • Should I Pay Down My Mortgage?


August 21

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August 16

  • How Can We Help Our Grandkids Pay for College?

  • How Much Do I Need to Save for Retirement?


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