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How to Master Couponing With Minimal Effort

If you’ve ever seen TLC’s “Extreme Couponing,” you might conclude that coupons are for crazy people. You don’t need a five-year supply of toilet paper, and you especially don’t want to devote 40 hours a week to planning your grocery … Continue reading

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Should You Rent or Sell Your Home?

Ryan Severino liked the location of his family’s home in Scotch Plains, N.J., but he also thought they needed more space. So in the summer of 2011, they decided to buy a bigger house. Mortgage interest rates were down, and … Continue reading

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How to Squash 5 Retirement Fears

Barbara Friedberg With baby boomers either retired or heading down the retirement path, retirement fears tend to creep in. Some retirees or soon-to-be retirees have nothing to fear about retirement, but others’ fears may be well-founded. Do you have realistic … Continue reading

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8 Errors You’re Most Likely to Make on Your Tax Return

You’re starting to think about your taxes – or maybe you’re fully engaged and already working on them. Either way, be careful. Last year, the Internal Revenue Service said it discovered 2.7 million errors made by 22 million taxpayers on … Continue reading

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5 Things the Investment Industry Should Do

Dana Anspach The investment industry could help you become a better investor. Will it? I think so, but it may take some time. To gain trust, the industry needs to get better at delivering usable information – the kind that … Continue reading

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It’s Not Too Late to Contribute to Your 2013 IRA

With 2013 over, taxpayers may think it’s too late to stash earnings in a retirement account and get a tax deduction for the year. But 2013 contributions for many kinds of retirement accounts can be made up until April 15, … Continue reading

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5 Investing Tips to Improve Your Returns

Daniel Solin It certainly was a banner year for the Standard & Poor’s 500 index, which gained more than 30 percent in 2013. If you are one of the investors whose portfolio lagged these returns, don’t despair. There are sound … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Meet Your Retirement Goals in 2014

Scott Holsopple Are you one of millions of Americans making a New Year’s resolution? If so, I’m going to help you be among the 8 percent of people (according to research from the University of Scranton) who will reach those … Continue reading

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for New Retirees

Barbara Friedberg Are you newly retired? Are you enjoying the fruits of decades of hard work, raising a family, scrimping and saving? Do you have a nest egg saved up, but are worried whether your finances will survive your retirement? … Continue reading

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