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9 Incredibly Smart Financial Actions Every Middle-Aged Woman Should Take

Kathy Gottberg | Posted 03.28.2015 | Fifty
Kathy Gottberg

Clearly, many women have a deep insecurity about their finances and how to manage their money in a SMART and responsible way. So here are nine tips that I believe any woman should consider regarding her money.

Crystal Ball 2015: Top 4 Hot Investments, with 4 Investor Alerts.

Natalie Pace | Posted 03.27.2015 | Money
Natalie Pace

Here are my predictions for 2015, to make your year rich in returns and light on costly mistakes.

Financial Advice You Might Want to Ignore

Steph Wagner | Posted 03.28.2015 | Money
Steph Wagner

Taking advice at face value, or blindly following one rule or formula, doesn't do anything to increase your financial know-how. Long-term success will only come when you learn the rationale behind the advice and then decide for yourself if you should take it (or leave it)!

What Happy People Do Differently With Their Money

OWN | Posted 01.22.2015 | OWN

When it comes to saving money, many people work to put money away for the far-off future. While it's incredibly important to plan ahead financially, l...

3 Reasons to Take Your Kids to Happy Hour

AK Turner | Posted 03.23.2015 | Parents
AK Turner

Making the transition from happy meals to happy hour is delicious in so many ways. Enjoy the fact that you've moved beyond strollers and diaper bags and introduce your children to the salad fork.

6 Surefire Tips to Save Money All Year Long | Posted 03.22.2015 | Money

Most of us know we should save more money than we're currently saving ... but that's easier said than done. If you feel like you're scrounging for change and can't figure out how to possibly save more, don't despair.

The 5 Best Currency Exchange Options

Barry Choi | Posted 03.22.2015 | Money
Barry Choi

You've booked your flights, your itinerary is set and now all you need is some local money. Getting foreign currency is easy but choosing the right method could save you a ton of cash.

10 Ways To Keep Your Divorce Costs Down

Janice Billman | Posted 03.19.2015 | Divorce
Janice Billman

Now that you've decided to file for divorce one of your first questions might be, "How much will it cost?" Unless your divorce is completely amicable, it can become very costly. But, there are a number of things you can control to help keep those costs down.

Millennials Are Redefining Success - Why the Rest of Us Should Pay Attention

Leisa Peterson | Posted 03.18.2015 | Money
Leisa Peterson

Sometimes stereotypes become so widely accepted that nobody takes a step back to actually examine the sweeping generalizations to see if they hold any truth. This is especially true of millennials.

How To Trick Yourself Into Saving More Money This Year

OWN | Posted 01.16.2015 | OWN

Tony Robbins, life coach and author of Money: Master the Game, hears it all the time. "I can't save any money." It's human nature, he says, to think t...

7 Reasons You Should Automate Your Bills and Savings in 2015 | Posted 03.17.2015 | Money

If you're worried you'll spend the money you've earmarked for bills before their due date comes up, consider opening up two separate checking accounts--one for bill payments and one for spending money.

New Year, New Me Crap Again

David A. Dedman | Posted 03.17.2015 | Money
David A. Dedman

If you do these four things you'll have a better chance of actually achieving your New Year's resolution about money. The bonus will be that you end the year more financially free than you started it. Plus, you won't feel that New Year, New Me Crap again.

The 5 Most Common Tools You'll Need for Home Auto Repair

Sam Dillinger | Posted 03.16.2015 | Business
Sam Dillinger

When you add it all up, it's becomes quite daunting, for non-professional mechanics, to maintain and repair a vehicle. None of that means that you can't, or more importantly that you shouldn't, do some of the minor repairs at home.

How To Do As Well Financially As Those Who Earn More Money Than You

Brad Hines | Posted 03.14.2015 | Money
Brad Hines

It is very possible to retire wealthy, without ever having earned more than $100,000 a year. Most of this comes from utilizing principles you may have heard of like compounding interest, that I won't get into here, but the benefit of that comes mostly from putting away the most money possible, while you are as young as possible.

9 Strategies for a Cheaper Night Out

Casey Bond | Posted 03.14.2015 | Money
Casey Bond

I have compiled the best money-saving tips I've picked up over the years, as well as those contributed by whom I call the "frugal but fun" community, for going out with friends every now and then without devastating your savings in the process.

Surprising Findings Point to Perfect Storm Brewing in Your Financial Future

Lynn Parramore | Posted 03.16.2015 | Business
Lynn Parramore

Do we just fasten our seatbelts for a bumpy ride, or is there a way to smooth the path ahead? In this interview, Alan Taylor discusses his findings and suggests ways to safeguard the financial system.

The Best Credit Cards For Your New Year's Resolution | Posted 03.11.2015 | Money

Believe it or not, credit cards may be a tool you can use to achieve your 2015 resolution. In fact, there are a number of top travel, cash back and low APR credit cards that can help you reach your 2015 financial goals.

5 Things Every Woman Needs to Leave Behind

Tamara Star | Posted 03.10.2015 | Women
Tamara Star

We all know resolutions don't work. Wanting to change however, now that's something that's actually very healthy. We women are masters of change. We're also masters of beating ourselves up daily. Self-improvement is one thing, but self abuse is quite another.

Three Ways I Made $3,200 in Less Than 10 Minutes. You Can Too.

Steve Rhode | Posted 03.10.2015 | Money
Steve Rhode

I write about debt issues all the time. I've done it for decades. Truly the best way to deal with digging yourself out of a financial hole is to adjus...

The One Resolution That Saves You Money and Improves Your Health

Katie Cavuto MS RD | Posted 03.09.2015 | Healthy Living
Katie Cavuto MS RD

Decreasing waste is environmentally beneficial and, as a bonus, will likely clean up your food choices and save you some money as well. Here are five tips for decreasing garbage that directly influence healthy eating.

37 Percent of Americans Think They're Too Broke to Save

GOBankingRates | Posted 03.09.2015 | Money

Saving money is this year's most popular financial resolution, with more than 37 percent of Americans prioritizing it over paying down debt, curbing their spending, investing and even getting a raise.

5 Easy-to-Achieve Personal Finance Resolutions for the New Year

SALT | Posted 03.08.2015 | Money

To help you kick off 2015 on the right foot, we've come up with five small, practical changes that can make a big difference in your financial wellbeing. Give one or all of them a shot over the coming months and watch your nest egg grow.

10 Problems Only Frugal People Understand

GOBankingRates | Posted 03.08.2015 | Money

It takes a unique (and financially committed) person to face the daily challenges of a frugal lifestyle. Whether you're living the cheap life by choice or by necessity, there are few circumstances only frugal people will ever understand.

3 Unique and Unusual Tips to Be Financially Fit in 2015

Chris Wang | Posted 03.08.2015 | Business
Chris Wang

Whenever you read articles on becoming financially fit, you read about budgets, planning, monitoring and other boring crap. Worry not, I won't mention any of these terms.

6 Hacks to Save Money on New Year's Eve

GOBankingRates | Posted 03.02.2015 | Money

Most of us look forward to a new year. It's a clean slate and the perfect time to set new goals for ourselves. But before you start thinking about resolutions for the new year, your immediate plans might include ending 2014 with a bang.