Money in a Minute – Today’s Headlines From the World of Money
Money in a Minute – Today’s Headlines From the World of Money
on January 25, 2011

3-D TV makes millions dizzy, New York State is selling stuff on eBay, your smart phone is starting to replace your wallet, and more stories you need to see today.

3 Places NOT to Put Money Now
3 Places NOT to Put Money Now
on January 24, 2011

Got money in a long-term bond fund or a 5-year CD? If so, you and I have different views of where the U.S. economy is heading.

Ask Stacy: I Need Help With Debts Other Than Credit Cards!
Ask Stacy: I Need Help With Debts Other Than Credit Cards!
on January 21, 2011

Lots of agencies out there are falling all over themselves to help you with your credit card debt. But why are so few willing to tackle other stuff?

Why You Shouldn’t Buy an Amazon Kindle
Why You Shouldn’t Buy an Amazon Kindle
on January 21, 2011

Suppose you were choosing between two cars. The first qualified for free gasoline for life, the other required you to pay $10 or more per fill-up. Which would you buy?

3 Places to Put Money Now
3 Places to Put Money Now
on January 21, 2011

If you think the economy is on the mend, put some money where your mind is: This time next year, you might be happy you did.

Gift From the IRS – Itemizers File on Valentine’s Day This Year
Gift From the IRS – Itemizers File on Valentine’s Day This Year
on January 21, 2011

Originally the IRS asked some taxpayers to wait until sometime in mid-February to send in their returns. Now the date is official – February 14.

Do U.S. Companies Pay Higher Taxes Than Competitors Around the World?
Do U.S. Companies Pay Higher Taxes Than Competitors Around the World?
on January 20, 2011

It’s a common belief that the United States offers lower income tax rates than most other developed countries. Like many common beliefs, this one is wrong.

Take Five – A Roundup of Reads from Around the Web
Take Five – A Roundup of Reads from Around the Web
on January 20, 2011

We scan the web so you don’t have to! A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the web.

Resolutions 2011 – 5 Steps to Building a Budget That Works
Resolutions 2011 – 5 Steps to Building a Budget That Works
on January 17, 2011

If you’ve ever tried to stick to a budget and failed at following through, it’s because you didn’t take one of these steps. Here’s how to create a budget that works.

Ask Stacy: What Can I Do With My Timeshare?
Ask Stacy: What Can I Do With My Timeshare?
on January 14, 2011

A timeshare might make sense for a select group of people – but never for anyone who has to borrow the money to purchase or might need to sell someday.

Resolutions 2011 – 5 Steps to Saving More This Year
Resolutions 2011 – 5 Steps to Saving More This Year
on January 14, 2011

You begin every year by resolving to save more, but it never seems to happen. Why? Because you’re skipping at least one of these steps.

The Stella Awards – Truth or Fiction?
The Stella Awards – Truth or Fiction?
on January 13, 2011

Did a woman really leave the wheel of her motor home to make a sandwich while traveling 70 miles per hour?

Some Banks Charge Checking Fees to Recover Lost Revenue
Some Banks Charge Checking Fees to Recover Lost Revenue
on January 13, 2011

Banks have added a number of new fees in the past two years, and now they are testing fees on checking accounts, something that could affect millions of consumers by the end of 2011.

Take Five – A Roundup of Reads from Around the Web
Take Five – A Roundup of Reads from Around the Web
on January 13, 2011

A new feature here at Money Talks: a look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the web.

How to Play a Stock Market Expert on TV
How to Play a Stock Market Expert on TV
on January 10, 2011

Want to be a highly paid stock market prognosticator? No problem: Anyone can do it! When Bloomberg or CNBC calls and asks you to do an on-set, here’s all you have to say.

Mass. Supreme Court to Banks: No Paperwork, No Foreclosure
Mass. Supreme Court to Banks: No Paperwork, No Foreclosure
on January 10, 2011

The Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled yesterday that if a bank can’t prove they own the mortgage, they can’t foreclose on a homeowner. A simple ruling that’s going to make life a lot more complicated for some of our nation’s biggest lenders.

For Best Results, Read This With Eyes Open
For Best Results, Read This With Eyes Open
on January 8, 2011

Woman’s Day just put out a funny collection of 11 real manufacturer’s warning labels. Apparently the companies that make some consumer products think we’re not very bright…

15 Ways You Can Deflate Inflation
15 Ways You Can Deflate Inflation
on January 7, 2011

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is the way the government measures rising prices. But what’s your personal inflation rate?

Ask Stacy: Should I Buy a Mortgage Acceleration Program?
Ask Stacy: Should I Buy a Mortgage Acceleration Program?
on January 7, 2011

Is there a way to pay off your mortgage in seven to 10 years by using sophisticated techniques involving software and credit lines? No, but the people behind these programs are hoping you’ll bite.

Banks Pushing Cash-Back Credit Cards
Banks Pushing Cash-Back Credit Cards
on January 6, 2011

Cash-back credit cards are more popular than ever – here’s a look at some of the most popular cards, along with pitfalls to watch for.

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