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A partnership is all about not going it alone — even when it comes to money. For a happier union, include your partner in the planning with these suggestions.
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Stocks, bonds, insurance, retirement — where should you focus your limited personal finance resources? Use the 80/20 to find the solution.
Couples often split finance chores across multiple accounts, which makes management difficult, especially in emergencies. Learn what you must share.
If you want to make sure you're on the right financial track, add a review of your earnings to your annual tax-time financial routine.
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If you've recently joined the workforce, you shouldn't just think about your career path; you should think about your financial path as well.
Whenever I write about calculating how much money you need to retire, some people disagree strongly with the whole idea that there is such a figure. One told me, "The only correct
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Sure, investing is a smart move. But before you decide to invest, you need to decide if it's the right time for you.
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