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It's time to spring clean your finances. There are plenty of free tools to help you do it, but several paid apps and programs are worth a look, too.
You know you should be socking more away for retirement, but how? Start now with an IRA at one of these newbie friendly online brokerages.
You know you should be saving for retirement — and saving a lot. Betcha' didn't know you needed to save this much!
For borrowers, Lending Club offers another funding source. For investors, it's a way to invest in consumer debt. Here's how to get started.
Boring and staid, bonds remain a fundamental piece of a well-made portfolio. Find out why you should add bonds to yours.
Share and fund values rise and fall, so it can be hard to know when to sell a loser. Here are six ways to know when it's time to let go.
For most of us, a 401(k) is our primary retirement savings vehicle. Don't undercut your earnings by allowing your 401(k) to fall behind.
Despite some recent stumbles, social media remains a strong investment. Are you favoriting social media stocks?
The oil bust has resulted in cheap gas for most of us. But for some of us with jobs dependent on oil, the bust is beginning to exact a terrible toll.
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Did you fritter away the earnings from your after school job? If only you'd saved it instead and let compound interest work its magic.
It's easy to make the right investments in hindsight. It's also easy to kick yourself for not taking the plunge when you should have.
The world of finance is dominated by men with big portfolios. Learn how these seven women succeeded despite the odds.
The Oracle of Omaha is lauded for his investment success — and rightly so! But other, less celebrated investors have done better. Find out how.
While some analysts project a bullish 2015 for the U.S. stock market, others warn of a slowdown. Here are some alternate investments to consider.
While most colleges and universities offer personal finance courses, only a fraction of students sign up for them. It's time for a cram session.
If you invested in these oil and gas companies, you've probably seen double-digit losses. Is now the time to buy?
Escape the office for an hour every day and spend your time managing your finances for maximum return — and early retirement.
More and more investors are choosing "robo-advisers" to manage their retirement and other investment accounts. Here are four to consider.
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