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Whether you’re a sensible card user or a bit dysfunctional when it comes to credit cards, there are steps you can take to get the right card and reduce your costs. Here’s what you need to know, from Get a Financial Life by Beth Kobliner.
Disagreements about how to earn, spend or save money can be almost impossible to reconcile. In the quiz below, author Alvin Hall gives couples a head start on discussing differences now. From Your Money or Your Life: A Practical Guide to Managing and Improving Your Financial Life
Personal finance expert Alvin Hall covers the whys and hows of financial safety — you don’t want to miss. From Your Money or Your Life: A Practical Guide to Managing and Improving Your Financial Life
Like clutter in your home or a bad relationship, financial problems can be suffocating. Learn to set boundaries with your money to free you from nagging worries and to maintain financial health for your family. Master organizer Peter Walsh shows you how in Lighten Up: Love What You Have, Have What You Need, Be Happier with Less.
Be prepared for the stunning moment when you realize you are about to live off your retirement savings. Bernice Bratter and Helen Dennis, authors of Project Renewment: The First Retirement Model for Career Women, pose five questions to help you figure out your relationship with money.
Ready to take charge of your finances? Beth Kobliner shares timeless tips to help you overcome your debt from her New York Times bestseller Get A Financial Life.
This eye-opening exercise from Stacy Johnson, author of Life or Debt 2010, is guaranteed to reduce excess spending as you discover your true income and how much the stuff you own really cost you.