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Losing a spouse is a terrible tragedy. For the surviving spouse, it's important to take time to grieve. Then, when the time is right, you'll need to begin reviewing and adjusting your finances.
Breaking away from emotional spending isn’t easy. It takes time and effort. But if you can no longer afford to let your emotions dictate how you spend your money, consider the following five step action plan.
Money can be a messy, touchy subject in even the best of relationships. But if you happen to end up with someone who holds wildly different views on money management, things can get downright painful.
It's something a surprising number of people think will never happen to them. So what is the Independence Myth and why it is so dangerous?
When your income suddenly decreases or disappears completely, the question quickly becomes what do you do about all those bills you're supposed to be paying?
The new enrollment period for Affordable Care Act health plans begins on November 1, and there are some serious concerns about rising costs and decreasing options.
If you feel like the biggest blocker to your financial success is you, try implementing a few of these helpful strategies for getting out of your own way.
If you or someone in your family has had a medical emergency or long-term medical situation, you may be dealing with physical recovery and significant medical bills.
Budgets aren't magic, but they do some rather magical things for you and your money.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently proposed new rules designed to protect consumers using payday loans. Now research suggests that these changes may actually make these loans even riskier for borrowers in need.
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