This week: getting paid to save, habits that kill your productivity, why free apps aren’t free, how one person doubled her net worth in five years, and five interview tips for recent grads.
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This week: The simplest personal finance story you’ll ever read, things successful people do every morning, how to raise a non-consuming kid, lessons from the Great Depression, and saving money on your wedding.
This week: How to work smarter, not harder, how to survive on minimum wage, why you should work for yourself, how to stop selling off your life, and how earning $5 can change your life.
Every dollar of deductions and credits you uncover can mean money in your pocket. Don’t file that return until you’ve gone over this list.
A reader is interested in investing in a stock mutual fund, but wants to know exactly how to go about it. Here’s the answer, step by step.
This week: How to make a living on Amazon, 5 lessons to teach your kids, how to shake a bad mood, a 15-step financial plan, and things to keep in mind when lending money to friends.
It’s apparently not enough to simply charge for preparing your taxes. Some services want to separate you from part of your refund with refund anticipation loans and checks. Just say no.