Ask the Readers: What Money Topic Do You Want to Learn More About?

By Ashley Jacobs on 10 March 2015 48 comments

Editor's Note: Congratulations to Elena, Adrienne, and Susan for winning this week's contest!

There is always something new to learn about finances in general — and your finances in particular. Filling in the gaps of knowledge — whether it's investing, budgeting, saving, or how to earn more money — will help you better manage your money... and who doesn't want that?

What money topic do you want to learn more about? What resources do you use for financial education? Are there any topics that you know especially well?

Tell us what money topic you want to learn more about and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

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We're doing three giveaways — here's how you can win!

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  • Contest ends Monday, March 16th at 11:59 p.m. Pacific. Winners will be announced after March 16th on the original post. Winners will also be contacted via email.
     
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Elena

I want to learn more about investing.

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Julie Wood

I would love to learn about how to save money for a Rainy Day! it is hard to save when living paycheck to paycheck, but I would love your ideas!

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Denise L

I'd like to learn more about real estate investing.

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Mary Happymommy

I'd like to know more about investing and how to retire early.

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Ernest S.

I would like to learn more about investing, in particular tools and services that can help me to make better decisions and the process easier.

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Guest

I want to learn about other investing options. I am a graduate student, so I do not have a 401K. In addition, with how I receive my stipend, I am not allowed to have an IRA either. Therefore, I'm stuck without retirement.

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D

I 'd like to learn more about real estate investing

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MELISSA HANSSON

I would like to learn how to save more on taxes as a married, home owner and full-time employee.

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Amanda Sakovitz

I want to learn more about lowering my credit score!

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Susan P.

I need to learn more about investing wisely and building my retirement funds.

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Mary Wright

I would like to know how to better interpret personal banking and investment information especially quarterly and end of year reports.

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Elle P.

I want to learn more about investing and how to make the best choices.

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Kim

I would like to know how to balance retirement and college savings.

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Susan Smith

I want to learn more about my retirement options.

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nicole dz

I would love to know more about stocks and bonds.

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Jennifer Marie

I want to learn more about retirement savings

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KelR1

I'd like to learn more about saving, specifically saving up to fund travel and adventure!

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Guest

Since virtually most people today who are approaching retirement have not saved the amounts of money that experts say are required, how about an article that outlines the ways people who haven't saved enough (according to these experts) can still manage a decent retirement without having to go back to work pushing shopping carts for WalMart. Lots of people forced out of work who had to take early Social Security could gain from learning about different strategies for living well and happily on a bare bones budget.

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Cynthia

I would like to learn more about investment funds

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An G

How to invest? Money market, cd? anything new?

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Jane

Both investing and reducing household costs would be good. Effective strategies for saving for a house or another big purchase would be helpful, too.

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Betty

I would like to learn which type of accounts are the best to draw from in retirement. Is it the tax free Roth, or the taxable 457? Does it make a difference if you withdraw for a home? I have a little under 8 yrs to go!

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Louly

How to set up a budget.

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Christie

I want to learn more about saving and spending in retirement. How much should I be saving now? How much can I spend then?

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Julie

Tips on buying rental real estate.

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Ronda

Investing please! I am finally starting to save and want to add investing but its brand new to me and don't know much about how to go about it.

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Suz_Glo

I would like to learn more about investing in real estate and rental income.

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Guest

I would love to learn more about investing outside of retirement accounts!

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Lynda

i'd love to learn more about investing

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ash

how to live on an extremely limited budget

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Rebecca B. A. R.

I would like to learn more about how it would cost to finance a "tiny house" life. Also, I'd love to learn about how to finance a non-profit organization.

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BRB

Retirement accounts!

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Dee Dee

How to save more for retirement.

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Diane

Investing & Roth IRAs.

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Liz

I would like to learn more about investing.

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Toni B

I would like to learn more about keeping down costs related to cars---buying, insurance, repairs, & maintenance! :)

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Nicole

I'd like to see more articles on Money Attitudes and changing how one see's money. Relationship to money articles are ones that I also find particularly interesting.

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Sandra

I would like to read more about how to make money in retirement. I am now 62 and do not have enough in savings. Thanks!

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Kris

I'd like to learn more about managing my 401k and Roth IRA.

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Adrienne

My husband and I have a really tight budget, so I'd like to know how to enjoy life with only $100 a week (after bills) to spend.

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evan

how to use etf's to invest in the stock market.

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Matt

I would like to learn more about the best way to save for retirement.

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Jeff

I'd like to learn more about HSAs

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Joyce

Planning for retirement.

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Bethany M

I want to learn more about down payments for first time home buyers.

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Linda F.

I want to learn more about the topic of investing.

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Happy Love

I would like to learn more about saving money.

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Carol

I would like to see more frugal living/money saving hacks that I have not seen before--ways for people on a tight budget to stretch their dollars further.

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Carol

I'd like to see stories about people who are really getting by on a very low income.

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Janise

I would like to learn about what things should I start doing in my early 30's to have a healthy retirement and how and where to start like buying stock like how to start buying at least one and where to go.

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Thomas Murphy

I want to learn more about the stock market.