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College Kids and Credit Cards: A Deadly Duo

Less than ten percent of college kids carried credit cards in the 1990's. Approximately 70 percent carry these little gems today.

Find the Best Interest Rates on Savings Accounts

Somewhere between dismal and no-way-no-how are a few precious organizations that are offering higher rates without a lot of restrictions, conditions or fees.

Finance Q&A: When Should I Start Collecting Social Security?

Are there benefits to receiving your Social Security checks early, or should those closing in on retirement wait? Expert Deborah Nayrocker answers.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 22, 2010 |
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Planning for Fewer Financial Fights with Your Spouse

Money is a well-known source of conflict among married couples but new research shows that the use of a simple-though-unpopular financial tool may help dial down their financial fights.

Popular Money Advice You Shouldn't Take

Some financial advice sounds good on paper but can end up costing you more when put into practice.

Make Your Life Rich without Money

It turns out that the old adage is true - the best things in life are free. Here's how you can make your life rich without money.

How to Take Advantage of an IRS Loophole

It's not often that the IRS offers tax-paying U.S. citizens a gift, but that's what we get when the IRS allows us to defer taxes on the money we contribute to qualified retirement accounts...

Are You Enduring a Financial Winter?

The four-and-a-half years I spent paying off my credit card debt often felt like one long winter...

Must We Pay to Know Our Credit Scores?

Somewhere between having no clue what your credit score is and paying $16 every few weeks to get a copy of it lies a healthy middle ground. Here are some resources that will help you keep tabs on you credit score...

The Big Picture on Genuinely Helping the Poor

How do we make sure the "help" we give to the poor doesn't end up amounting to nothing more than an empty gesture?

Finance Q&A: How Much Should You Invest in Your IRA?

Dear Deborah: Is it best to invest in my IRA throughout the year or closer to the April 15 deadline? Should I always invest the maximum amount?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • January 18, 2010 |
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What You Need to Know If Your Bank Fails

Since January 2009, 106 banks and 19 credit unions have failed in the U.S. As grim as these statistics may be, you should not worry about your bank or credit union provided it is FDIC- or NCUSIF-insured.

Faith, Finances, and Fantasy: The Prosperity Gospel at Work

While the prosperity gospel is part of the problem, it is only a small expression of a much larger American ethos.

Curb Your Spending Compulsion

When it comes to compulsive tendencies, there's no question I received more than the standard allotment...

Go Toward a Better Financial Life in 2010

Have you ever noticed how often personal finance advice is about what not to do? But budgeting is not about less; It's actually about more.

3 Stock Market Investing Traps to Avoid

Let's look at three investing traps leading to buying high and selling low...

  • Jay Peroni, CFP(r) |
  • December 25, 2009 |
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Holiday Spending: In the Midst of Joy, a Season of Doubt

Just days before Christmas, when all the gifts are wrapped and the plans are nearly complete, I hear this voice suggesting that the gifts I chose are really dumb, and I need to spend more money...

Giving in Hard Times: An Opportunity for Witness

God did not spare His own Son, but gave Him as a gift that first Christmas, and how can we not likewise show generosity to others?

Finance Q&A: Should You Invest in Mutual Funds?

Dear Deborah: I'm a single 24-year-old and a full-time employee. I've heard about mutual funds, but what are they and how do I go about investing in them?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • December 16, 2009 |
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