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Some financial “wisdom” can fall short. Check out these four money myths for young people. More »4 Pieces of Advice 20-Somethings Shouldn’t Follow
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Does your credit report have the wrong name or address? Here’s how to get mistakes addressed. More »Ask Farnoosh: How Do I Correct Errors on My Credit Report?
From jumbo-sized carts to BOGO deals, retailers employ all sorts of tactics to nudge you into buying products that aren't on your list More »Beware: 7 Retailer Tricks That Make You Spend More
Shopping at warehouse clubs, such as Costco, Sam's Club and BJ's Wholesale Club, is a great way to save money. In general, it's best to avoid bulk purchases of perishable items at warehouse clubs, no matter how good the price, if there aren't enough … More »What Not to Buy at Warehouse Clubs
Retailers have a few dirty little secrets up their sleeves - secrets which try to get you to overspend and buy stuff you had no idea existed but clearly can't live without. So I figured it was time to ... More »Retailers' Dirty Tricks -- Exposed
Do you have questions about your 401(k) plan? Most people do. And in many cases, the right answers are as varied as the people asking. However, there are a few questions that are easy to answer. For these, ... More »5 'No's' for Your 401(k)
When it comes to investing, you should always do your research. Are you prepared to take a calculated risk? Here’s a list of investments that could be financially dangerous. More »Investments That Could Be Financially Dangerous
We are bombarded by both good and bad financial advice from friends, advisers, the news and family. But, in order to truly learn the right steps to financial success, we need to sift through the clutter. ... More »The Worst Financial Advice You Could Ever Receive
While warehouse clubs can offer price benefits, for many, shopping visits to these clubs can perpetuate a cycle of overbuying and overusing - shopping habits that are inconsistent with saving money in ... More »6 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Shopping at Warehouse Clubs
Have you ever checked your bank account and had a moment of panic? Ask yourself these questions to make sure you are on track to avoid financial collapse. More »Are You a Financial Disaster Waiting to Happen?
As smartphone viruses creep closer to U.S. shores, malicious programmers behind them have become more ingenious, according to a report from McAfee. More »Scammers Getting Better at Hacking Your Smartphone