This week: saving on your next cruise, using automatic bill payments, talking politics at work, entrepreneurs who hate tech and why everyone you work with thinks you’re a slacker.
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One in 5 Americans able to borrow from their 401(k)s have done so. But that doesn’t mean it’s a great idea.
This week: Multitasking and money, dealing with work mistakes, money and sex, cheap ways to stay smart and getting paid what you’re worth.
Unreasonable fees are the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face. Here’s how to steer clear of them.
A reader wants to know whether it’s possible to get out from under student loans by having them forgiven. Here’s the must-know if you have student loans.
This week: How to live on $3/day, homemade deodorant, why interest rates will stay low, how the government helps entrepreneurs and 21st century money management.
It’s the old chicken/egg story. This reader can’t get credit because she has no credit history. But is that really the problem? I think not.