A reader is thinking of buying a home, but wonders if she’s a little long in the tooth to start the process.
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Haven’t started your taxes yet? You’re not alone. Here’s some advice that will make procrastinating a bit less painful.
This week: How to have a night out for $5, how to entertain yourself for free, how vanity can cost you, how expensive Starbucks is, and how to make a simple budget.
According to at least two well-known real estate analysts, the easy money’s been made in housing. Is now the time to sell, or do more gains lie ahead? Here’s how to find out.
When you’re borrowing big, like for a mortgage, even a tiny difference in interest can mean big bucks over time. So what’s the best way to find the best deal?
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.
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.