This week: Why you only need three pairs of jeans, why you shouldn’t do your own laundry, why you should install plastic over your windows, why your goals may actually be just tasks and how to estimate your taxes.
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“I fought the law and the law won” doesn’t always apply. Sometimes you can fight City Hall and win. I’ve done it twice.
This week: Easy ways to remain calm and carry on, how to make money donating eggs (yes, that kind), aiming high when goal-setting, robot vacuums and how to save an extra $1,400 this year.
This week: Deciphering your company’s 401(k), overcoming negative money mindsets, the myth of New Year’s, resolving differences with your spouse, and the flexibility of college savings plans.
The best way to borrow used to be the only way to borrow: from a bank. These days, however, that may be the least attractive alternative.
This week: How to be interesting, why you should have already started saving for next Christmas, 10 ways to make side money, 15 jobs for high-schoolers, and the nine biggest home repair scams.
There are lots of fixes for a bad credit score, such as lowering your credit utilization ratio. But the most effective thing you can do? Pay your bills on time and be patient.