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You can set aside money for a car, college and retirement just by planning purposefully.
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You do have to report the income, but you likely won't have to pay much in taxes.
Retirement money is safe in bankruptcy, as long as you keep it in the right place.
If your identity is stolen, insurance will cover the expenses associated with restoring your credit.
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The number of would-be homebuyers is growing faster than the supply of homes for sale.
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Find out if it makes financial sense to pay back some money from a homeowners claim.
Here's how to get beyond your human tendencies and save instead of hoping.
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Building savings incrementally can have a snowball effect. Here's how to get rolling.
The IRS would like you to pay electronically. Here's a look at Uncle Sam's e-payment options.
Some are good at stashing cash for future needs. If you're not, follow these tips.
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