Tag Archives: managing money

What Are The Best Ways For Keeping My Family Safe From Identity Theft?

Thanks to data breach after data breach, online security and identity theft are at the forefront of most adults’ minds. Most of us work pretty hard to keep ourselves safe online. We log out of public computers after using them. We create different usernames. And we change our passwords regularly. We even resist the urge…

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Is Joining A Warehouse Club Worth the Money?

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What Common Tax Mistakes Are Made When Filing Returns?

Women Who Money is partnered this month with Great Lakes Divorce Financial Solutions, LLC – Starting over is hard. Managing your money does not have to be. This page or article may contain affiliate links. Please read our Disclosure and Disclaimer for more information. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program,…

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What Do I Need to Know About Buying Bonds?

Money sitting in traditional checking or savings accounts usually loses value over time due to inflation. Even high-interest online accounts just started beating inflation rates over the last year. The best thing you can do with your excess cash (assuming you have extra) is to invest it and create more value. As an investor, you…

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Women with Money, by Financial Expert, Jean Chatzky [Book Review]

Whether the headline of the day is about the gender pay gap, the gender investing gap, or the risks to our retirement – there’s no shortage of news about women and money. We already knew women tend to take more time out of the workforce to care for our children and aging relatives. And we’re…

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What Are The Best Money Books For Teens And Young Adults?

As your kids get older, everything they want and need seems to get more expensive. You think about money a lot, and you’ll notice money is on your teen’s mind more often too. Whether it’s spending money to go out with friends, earning money from their first job, saving money for college, or investing money…

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How Can I Spruce Up My Home for Spring and Pay For It All?

The snow is melting, the birds are chirping, the daffodils are peeking out from the freshly thawed ground. It’s spring! There are some things you probably need to attend to. Of course, there are also probably a handful of wants you’d love to address. Here’s how you might consider sprucing up your home this spring,…

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How to Get Every Cent Worth of Your Amazon Prime Membership (But Not Spend Every Cent You Have)

If you’ve ever bought anything online, chances are you’ve purchased something, at one time or another, from Amazon. Once limited to books and media back in 1994 when the now-famous Jeff Bezos founded it, Amazon currently sells, well, just about anything. So if you find yourself shopping regularly at Amazon, it can feel like a…

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Is Mediation a Good Way To Save Money On a Divorce?

Your relationship is ending. On top of the stress, emotions, and decisions involved in going your separate ways, worrying about money is keeping you up at night. You know you need to protect yourself and your financial future but paying a lawyer thousands of dollars really concerns you too. You’ll both end up broke if the…

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