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10 Smart Ways to Save $1,000 a Month

Many Americans prefer to save money rather than spend it. Of course, saying and doing are two different things. Learn 10 smart ways to save $1,000 a month here.

When it comes to economics, senior citizens have seen it all, from the Great Depression to the booming '70s job market to the semi-recovery state we're in now.

While owning a pet does require time, attention, and cash, did you know that caring for Fido also means you're more likely to be financially sound? In fact, owning a pet has a number of positive effects related to finances.

Every month, when you get your credit card bill, you've probably noticed a “minimum payment” amount prominently displayed next to your outstanding balance. This amount always seems way too low to even begin to cover all the charges you ...

5 Common Investing Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them!)

We all make mistakes, but these common investing mistakes can destroy your portfolio. Here's how to avoid them.

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