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Six Keys to Controlling Your Spending

For several years during the late 1980s, my wife Susie and I applied a rather rigorous approach to control our spending, and it worked pretty well...

How to Live Below Your Means

Your household is like a business. It is a healthy company that ends the year not just breaking even, but with money in the bank.

Avoiding the Bernie Madoffs of the Financial Industry

Since most of us don't have the time or inclination to learn the minutia of investing, it's important to have someone you can trust help you navigate the waters. But how do you avoid running into Bernie Madoff's first cousin?

The Importance of Being Able to Talk About Money

Even when couples have a strong, stable relationship, money is still often a source of conflict.

Don't Let Mistakes Set You Back

Minor problems grow into major problems. The antidote is to correct the small mistakes as they occur...

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 |
  • February 19, 2010 |
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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...

Strike a Fiscal Balance With Your Grown Children

Giving my boys all I can to make their lives perfect would deprive them of the joy of making it on their own, that feeling of accomplishment that comes when we figure out how to get through life's difficult situations.

Discover & Live Your Calling in the New Year

A new year gives you a new opportunity to discover your calling. Here's how.

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • January 12, 2010 |
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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.

Gift Cards: Good or Bad?

Let me share a few things to consider before selecting a gift card.

Inflation: 7 Simple Financial Insights to Help You Cope

We haven't faced serious inflation for more than a generation in the U.S. If that changes and inflation really does heat up, many Americans will have no idea how to adjust. Here are seven simple financial insights for successfully coping with inflation...

"Only One Thing is Needed" this Holiday Season

The top three most common holiday regrets relate to gift giving. People come away from Christmas wishing they'd spent less on gifts, spent less time shopping for gifts, and spent less money on themselves. So what can we do to ensure this Christmas is more about our Savior's birth and less about spending money?

Finance Q&A: Planning for the Holidays on a Low Budget

Dear Deborah: I'm not looking forward to the holiday season ahead. My husband is self-employed and his business is barely surviving. We can't afford to spend on presents like we use to. Any suggestions?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • November 30, 2009 |
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10 Healthy Foods for Under $1

When it comes to food, there is a commonly held belief that if it's cheap, it can't possibly be healthy. But there are untold healthy options that are affordable on any budget...

Inexpensive Gifts for New Moms

If there are expectant parents in your circle of friends, you may be racking your brain to come up with a gift for the baby that will be useful, unique and affordable. I've got an idea...

Of Marshmallows and Wise Money Management

Would you like to raise your children to be wise money managers? Teach them to be two-marshmallow kids...

Finance Q&A: What's the Best Way to Improve My Credit Score?

Rebuilding your credit is a worthy goal. Here's one of the most important steps to take...

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • November 03, 2009 |
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Protect Yourself from the Bank Bounce Fee Bite

Banks have taken big financial hits over the past year, due in part to the sub-prime mortgage meltdown. One of the ways banks are making up for their losses is by charging fees...

Ten Months of Credit Card Grace, But Not for You

The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009 promises a turning point for American consumers and an end to the days of unfair rate hikes and hidden fees. The problem is the ten-month heads-up period that the law granted to banks and credit card companies...

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