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13 places in the US where it’s probably not worth investing in real estate for the next decade

Home values in Silicon Valley neighborhoods are cooling off, along with neighborhoods in Miami Beach, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Women are more likely than men to delay quitting a job.

Women worried about money are more likely than men to put off buying a home and quitting a job, and it highlights the effects of the gender pay gap

A new survey by Insider and Morning Consult asked men and women what life events they've delayed because of money — and the results were telling.
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I was too scared to invest during the last recession, but I won’t be making that mistake again

Back in 2008, the author was working as a cashier and was afraid to put any of her disposable income into the stock market.

I’ve worked over 100 weddings as a professional bridesmaid, and I see couples make the same 5 money mistakes over and over again

Jen Glantz has worked as a "bridesmaid for hire" for about five years, and she's learned a few things about how to spend less on a wedding.
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5 years ago I made $6,400 working for myself. This year, I’m on track to break $100,000 thanks to a few smart choices.

While some of the growth of my freelance writing business is thanks to luck and privilege, some is due to smart choices that made a big difference.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in Tennessee?

For the best cheap car insurance in Tennessee, compare quotes from USAA or Tennessee Farmers Bureau.

More married baby boomers combine finances than any generation after them, and it speaks to one of the ways money and marriage are changing

37% of married millennials and 36% of Gen Xers kept financial accounts separate. But, just 27% of baby boomers keep their finances separate.
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I’m a healthy, single 27-year-old woman, but a flood convinced me life insurance is the smartest thing I can spend my money on

Life insurance was never on her radar, until her apartment flooded and she had to reconsider her priorities.

I’m a financial adviser and there are 6 reasons I don’t think $2.5 million of life insurance is too much for my family

With life insurance, there are few instances where someone has "too much" coverage. Usually, families underestimate how much coverage they need.
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I developed a 5-step strategy to cut my healthcare costs after getting slammed with surprise medical bills

The first year with a high-deductible health insurance plan may feel overwhelming, but there are plenty of ways to slash expenses.