Money - Page 4

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Who's in Charge of Your Online Presence After Death?

Why appoint a digital executor, and other steps to take care of your online "estate."

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How Money Can Make You Happy — Or Not

Think you'd enjoy life so much more if you bought a house or fancy car? Think again.

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5 Things that Make Your Car Insurance Cost More (and 2 Surprising Things That Don’t)

It's not just how many tickets and fender-benders you've racked up.

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You Won the Lottery? Here’s What to Do Next

Experts weigh in on how to avoid the riches-to-rages saga.

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Why You Shouldn't Pay Your Nanny Under the Table

Playing by the rules protects you, your nanny — and your kids.


Comic Book Storage: 6 Tips for Preserving Your Treasures

Whether it's valuable now or might be later, protect your collection.


Funeral Insurance: Do You Need It, or Is It a Ripoff?

Make sure you’re not sending your money to the great beyond.

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How to Find Lost Savings Bonds, Bank Accounts and Other Assets

If you’re missing money or even a life insurance policy, search these free websites to find it fast.

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How to Choose A College So You Don’t Waste Money on Tuition

Want to graduate with less debt and a bigger paycheck? The College Scorecard can help.

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Tenants in Common Agreements: What to Know Before You Sign

Buying an otherwise unaffordable home as tenants in common may be tempting, but understand what you’re getting into.

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Do Health Care Discount Cards Really Save You Money?

How to tell if a card will give you real discounts or just another monthly bill.

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Want a Good Credit Score? Beware These 5 Credit Myths

Don't screw up your credit score when trying to improve it.

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Force-Placed Insurance: Homeowners Beware

Your mortgage lender could force you to buy overpriced insurance you don’t even need.

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8 Ways to Protect Your Finances During a Divorce

Pull the plug on your marriage, not your savings.

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Need Student Loan Forgiveness? Try These Programs

Many teachers, volunteers and others qualify for debt forgiveness.