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Digitize and organize your finances in the new year
Being smarter about money is one of the most common New Year's resolutions, whether it's cutting back on spending, saving more, or making sure to pay bills on time to avoid late fees. Making good on those promises is easier than ever, thanks to the gadgets that are constantly by our sides or in our hands. Read more about Digitize and organize your finances in the new year

Five tips college students need to be credit card smart
Going to college is, for most students, the first time they'll feel really independent. And, accordingly, the rest of the world starts treating them like adults too, from the expectations of college professors to the credit card offers that will start flooding in. And just as it's important to study hard for a major, it's essential to learn what are the real benefits and repercussions of having a credit card. Read more about Five tips college students need to be credit card smart

Five vital questions to prepare for your financial future
Have you ever wondered if you'll be able to afford retirement? Do you question if your finances will keep you afloat if your family were to experience a medical emergency or another expensive and unplanned event? Take one hour to review your finances and discover if there are areas where your plans can be stronger. Read more about Five vital questions to prepare for your financial future

How to choose a financial advisor
You know the importance of saving for retirement, but do you have the time and know-how to accomplish your financial goals? In an increasingly busy world, it's possible that keeping close tabs on your investment accounts isn't exactly realistic. Read more about How to choose a financial advisor

New ways to save your money: Be smart about how you pay
What if you threw away dollar bills every time you found them in your pocket? Does it matter how you pay for your family's everyday purchases - with cash, credit/debit card or personal check? In fact, the way you choose to pay in stores and restaurants may be costing you (and the local stores you shop in) thousands of dollars a year. Read more about New ways to save your money: Be smart about how you pay

Overwhelmed by debt? Know your options
If you find yourself in a financial hole you can't get out of, it's important to know you have options. Being in debt can cause people to continue to make payments that they can't afford or can barely afford without much hope of ever eliminating the debt. If you find yourself in this position, there are a few routes you can pursue to free yourself from overwhelming debt. Read more about Overwhelmed by debt? Know your options

Tips for newlyweds to talk about money
If you haven't yet butted heads with your mate over money, chances are you will one day. No matter how compatible a couple is or how much they adore each other, money and how to manage it can still be a source of conflict - even in the best of marriages. Read more about Tips for newlyweds to talk about money

Why the recession can be a good thing for those in debt
It's been a tough few years for most Americans, facing a constricting national - and world - economy, job losses, pay cuts and a tough employment market. It can certainly be difficult to see the good in those circumstances, but helpful things can come out of these challenging times. You don't need to be a Pollyanna, but taking a practical look at how the recession affects your personal finances can show that there are some positives. Read more about Why the recession can be a good thing for those in debt

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