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How To Save When You Were Born To Spend

Are you a Natural Born Spender or Natural Born Saver? Believe it or not, research suggests that---Spender or Saver---you may really be born that way. So if you want to change your financial habits---say cut back on impulsive purchases and save a … [Read more...]

Green Investing: How Your Investments Can Help The Earth

Earth Day is an annual reminder of things we can do as individuals to help preserve our habitat and the resources that sustain us. When we think about living green, recycling, buying locally, or trading in the SUV for a Prius usually come to mind. … [Read more...]

What I Learned From Buying My First Home

A few weeks ago, I closed on my first home. (Two months ago, I didn’t even know what closing on a home really meant...that's how fast this all happened!) Still, we've been on the road to this day for a few years. My husband and I paid off our s … [Read more...]

Why We Got a Target Red Card (And The Dangers Of One-Size-Fits-All Advice)

Perhaps you’ve heard this advice before: Store credit cards are evil! When the clerk at The Gap asks you “Do you want to save 10% today by opening up a credit card with us?” say, “no way, that’s stupid! Saving 10% to pay 30% interest!” So it might … [Read more...]