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They helped fund America’s efforts in World War II and they’re making a big-time comeback 60 years later.
What separates those who have been had vs. those who are and were immune is knowing when to let your brain do the talking and when to tell greed do the walking.
We already reviewed the five tax moves you need to make before the new year. But there’s three more we saved for this web-exclusive segment.
Home loan modifications are elusive these days. To get one, you’re more likely than not going to need help.
If you've got time on your side, now just might be the best time to jump into the market.
Sometimes, it's the only option you've got left if you're being taken advantage of. But you better be prepared for a long, hard slog.
One way to do that is to absolutely, no matter what, avoid the trap of retail store credit cards.
Becoming a value investor takes time. But the rewards can be worth it.
The holidays are going to be our first real test of the recession. Let's make sure we pass.
‘Mum’ is no longer the word when it comes to money.
When you're unemployed, credit is as important as ever when it comes to getting by. These are the three points to remember in order to live on credit responsibly.
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John Ulzheimer lists the steps you must take when you decide to tell your credit-card provider that 'it's over.'
The top four web sites that will save you money no matter what you're in the market for.
One gaming insider picks the titles you should buy and those you should stay away from in the coming year.
Watch this video before you book your next vacation.
Where to go to find gifts that you can be certain were made by worked with fair wages and in a safe environment.
Having your family's financial house in order is the best gift you can give this holiday.
How to scale back the holiday tips without becoming the neighborhood grinch.
Family and money don’t always mix. But when they inevitably do, here’s how to plan for it.
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