The freedom of savings

Nov 18, 2010
Question: I am 32 years old, single and make ~$100k/year. I have been saving for retirement since I started working 9 years ago. At this point I...
Posted In: Savings

FREAKONOMICS: Savings security with gambling thrills

Nov 16, 2010
Kai Ryssdal talks to Stephen Dubner of Freakonomics Radio about a way to get the thrill of the lottery and the safety of a savings account together.
Posted In: Banks, Savings

There's more to an inheritance than money

Nov 12, 2010
New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan talks about what he and his wife hope their one-year-old daughter will inherit from them.
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Savings and the single Mom

Nov 5, 2010
Question: I will be 44 years old on the 27th of this month, am the mother of three young boys and am about to be a divorcee. As I start over, my...
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Saving Superstars: 10 Tips for Saving a Buck

Oct 15, 2010
Nicole Elovitz calls herself "the greatest saver that she knows." She and her husband, Mitch, have already saved thousands of dollars for their ...
Posted In: Personal Finance, Savings, tips

'I am the greatest saver that I know'

Oct 14, 2010
The U.S. isn't a nation of savers -- but there are a few people who take savings very, very seriously.
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Living abroad and savings

Oct 11, 2010
Question: Hi. I'm a 36 professional, and my wife is a 28-year-old doctoral student. She received a fellowship to spend 10 months in Europe, and we...
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Anemic rates of return on savings

Oct 4, 2010
Question: My wife and I have been putting our extra savings money into CD's at our Credit Union in order to have it be liquid but make us money....
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Savings vs debt

Oct 1, 2010
Question: I'm a 24-year-old who makes ~$60K a year, living in a very expensive city with ~$50K of student loan debt (I hold a masters). My question...
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The debate over not saving for college

Sep 30, 2010
With college tuition always on the rise, it seems natural to start saving up for your child's college tuition early. But forget early -- some parents aren't saving up at all.
Posted In: Education, Savings



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