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Walk Away Home Mortgage

Should You Walk Away From Your Home Mortgage?

In the midst of the current housing market crisis, there are a percentage of people out there who have simply decided to walk away...
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7 Reasons Why Your Personal Budget Is Failing and How to...

I am a serial budget-maker. The number-crunching, the spreadsheets, the organization - I'm absolutely addicted. However, over the years, I've nursed a love-hate relationship...
Receiving Cash Windfall

What to Do with a $100,000 Cash Windfall

Everyone dreams of it - receiving a windfall of cash either from a long-lost relative, a winning lottery ticket, or through a will from...
Handle Marriage Income Inequality

How to Deal with Financial Income Inequality in Marriage

Say, for example, that a married couple makes a total of $100,000 a year. Both spouses work hard for their money, and enjoy spending...
Save Money Using Discount

An Easy Way to Save Money: Ask For a Discount

I'm watching 20/20 right now on ABC, and they just had a segment about how to save a bunch of money while shopping. The...
Zero Based Budgeting

How Zero-Based Budgeting Can Help You Better Manage Your Finances

Budgeting is hard. 50% of Americans have less than one month's income saved for emergencies. Experts recommend at least six months. The problem, however,...
Allocated Spending Pla

How to Set Up an Allocated Spending Plan

Tracking what you spend is an essential element to financial planning. But it is most valuable if you use the information to better direct...
Live Stylishly Tight Budget

How To Live Stylishly on a Tight Budget

I initially titled this post "Live Stylishly Within Your Means," but upon further investigation, I found that little phrase had no less than 267,000...
Stop Fighting Money Spouse

How to Stop Fighting About Money With Your Spouse

Money is among the top reasons for martial strain and divorce, and those of us who are married understand why. Think about your single...
Things Todo After Raise

7 Things to Do When You Get a Raise at Work

Getting a raise is probably one of the best feelings in the world. After all, it boils down to your boss essentially saying, "You've...
Lying Spouse Financial Infidelity Marriage

How to Deal with a Lying Spouse – Financial Infidelity in...

Julia has a secret credit card that she hides from her husband, Carlos. Whenever she goes out for a little retail therapy, she uses...
Growing Family Buying House

How to Start A Family While Saving To Buy A House

A Money Crasher reader and personal friend of mine asked me a question about how her and her husband should plan to start a...