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Saving for Retirement
March 2018

9 Times Life Can Throw Retirement Off Course

Learn how to navigate around the roadblocks that could rob your nest egg.

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Buying & Selling a Home
June 2017

8 Biggest Regrets of New Homeowners

Do your research when buying your new home to avoid these common money mistakes.

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Family Finances
September 2016

9 Ways Siri Can Be Your Personal Finance Assistant

Apple's voice-activated assistant won't make you rich but it can help you be smarter about your finances without a lot of work.

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Making Your Money Last
July 2016

8 Money Moves to Make the Moment You Get a Promotion

Celebrate your promotion if you want, but your new money is best off being used to secure your long-term financial future.

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Life Insurance
May 2016

10 Little-Known Types of Insurance to Protect You and Your Business

You can shield your finances from just about any type of disaster imaginable. But not all niche policies are good values.

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Credit Cards
May 2016

9 Money Moves to Make the Moment Your Credit Cards Are Paid Off

With high-interest debt no longer weighing you down, you can truly start to work your way toward financial freedom.

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Credit Reports & Scores
June 2016

7 Debt Payoffs That Boost Your Credit Score the Most

Your credit score can be a baffling thing. Your score goes up, and it goes down, and it's not always clear what is responsible for the movement.

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Saving Money
March 2016

10 Biggest Lies We Tell Ourselves About Money

Being honest about your financial situation can help you steer clear of long-term money troubles.

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Financial Planning
January 2016

10 Ways to Increase Your Net Worth This Year

Building your net worth is the path to true financial freedom, and there's a tried-and-true formula to grow it.

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