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10 Reasons Why You Will Never Become Rich

According to some experts, there are millions of ‘clueless potential millionaires’ who could be at the top of the wealth ladder if they only reined in a few bad habits. Read more…

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The Worst Investment You Can Make: Buying a Home

Perhaps the most quintessential of American dreams is the dream of home ownership. We are taught, generation after generation, to work hard, save up and put down roots by buying a house.  And just like those armchair ballplayers, when we buy into that dream, we’re deluding ourselves. Read more…

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Millennials say no to marriage

When it comes to marriage, Millennials are saying “I don’t.”

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Can You Really Afford a New Child?

Many Parents Fail to Plan Fully for the Financial Impact of a Newborn Read more… Thanks to listener Jayson Weingarten.

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FROM LARRY GIFFORD’S MEDIA BLOG: Tom Leykis has advice for people who will inevitably be fired: Prepare for the Pink Slip!

If you have a job in radio right now, Tom Leykis has a message for you. “I’m sure in 1947 the ice-man didn’t see Frigidaire coming and thought the idea of a machine that would cool items would be ridiculous. Sure enough, nobody shed a tear when the icebox went away. Where did the poor […]

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Getting Rid of Cable TV: The Smartest Ways to Cut the Cord

A Digital Antenna, Slingbox and Other Alternatives for Viewers Looking to Save. Read more…

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The Secret Code to Get HBO Without Cable TV

Many big cable companies have wizened up that they might lose a slowly growing niche of cable-cutting customers. Several of them now will sell a package that include just Internet, HBO (and HBO Go) and the most basic of TV. You’re not exactly without cable TV, but you’re with much, much less of it. It’s […]

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THIS COULD HAPPEN TO YOU, BOYS: I Married a Big Spender: What It Cost Me, and What I Learned

The icing on the cake? When I proposed to Leslie in 2007, I bought her a $6,500 diamond engagement ring — with money from a student loan. More than a year passed before I started to worry about our debt. And that’s exactly what I thought it was: our debt. I didn’t think it made […]

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SHOULD THIS REALLY BE ILLEGAL? U.S. penalizes lenders over maternity-related mortgage discrimination

It doesn’t get much publicity compared with other home mortgage issues, but it appears to be a persistent problem: Lenders and mortgage insurers allegedly delay or deny loan applications when a borrower is pregnant or heading for maternity leave. Their rationale: When a borrower or co-borrower is on maternity leave or expected to be on leave, […]

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Rent or Buy? The Math Is Changing

An analysis by The New York Times finds that in the country’s most expensive places, including New York, the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, buying a home again looks like a perilous investment, based on the relationship between their prices and rents or incomes. And in a longer list of areas, including Boston, […]

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