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6 financial moves to prevent sleepless nights

6 financial moves to prevent sleepless nights

Financial worries are a common source of nighttime anxiety, but these problems are best addressed in the light of day.

7 drawbacks of refinancing your debt

7 drawbacks of refinancing your debt

Refinancing your credit card or student loan debt can be a wise move -- unless one of these downsides sours the deal.

Landed your first job? Make these money moves now

Landed your first job? Make these money moves now

If your first full-time job has finally arrived, it's time to make these money moves before you get too comfortable.

Understanding the stock market's nosedive

Understanding the stock market's nosedive

There are numerous possible explanations for last week's market drop, but only some of them make real sense.

Why uncertainty still rules retirement planning

Why uncertainty still rules retirement planning

The abundant confusion surrounding retirement finances seems to reflect an unwillingness to plan.

Tired of pathetic deposit rates? Try these banks

Tired of pathetic deposit rates? Try these banks

New research indicates that while deposit rates remain low, there are still standout banks to be found.

Help! My spouse won't stop spending

Help! My spouse won't stop spending

Your husband never passes on a lunch he can charge on his credit card. Or maybe you wife can't pass a mall without spending $100. Learn how you can cope.

Inflation rides roughshod over savings accounts

Inflation rides roughshod over savings accounts

With savings account rates and wage increases still low, a recent trend toward higher inflation is especially disturbing.

8 hard truths on investing

8 hard truths on investing

Noting these realities on investing can help you avoid some of the most common pitfalls.

Is this the turning point for savings accounts?

Is this the turning point for savings accounts?

Turning points often start small and then accelerate. Could that be the case with a recent tick-up in interest rates?