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When Only One Spouse Wants to Handle the Money
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Getting a reluctant partner involved in retirement finances may be hard, but it is crucial.

9 Myths About Credit Scores
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People think they know what causes a credit score to rise or fall. They’re often wrong.

When My Money and Your Money Becomes Our Money
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There are a lot of reasons for couples to combine their finances. And a lot of reasons why it can be difficult.

The Biggest Ways People Waste Money
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They run the gamut, from the smallest things (coffee, anyone?) to the largest (do you really need that big house?)

A TV Chef Preps Plan to Retire in Five Years
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An adviser suggests Ron Duprat diversify his real-estate portfolio and factor in future health-care expenses.

Play the Credit-Score Game
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Try to guess what will happen to your credit score if you miss a credit-card payment, pay off your car loan and more.

Beware Online Loan Calculators
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The default settings could influence consumers to choose more expensive loans, a new study finds.

Ins and Outs of Settling With the IRS
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It isn’t easy to settle your tax debts for less than you owe, but it is possible. Here is what taxpayers need to know.

The Best Financial Advice I Ever Got
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We asked financial experts to tell us the piece of guidance that has made the biggest difference in their lives. Here’s what they had to say.

Why Investors Should Be Wary of Automated Advice
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People think suggestions from algorithms are always more objective than advice from humans. They’re wrong.

How to Get the Most Out of a Second Home
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Buying the right kind of home, tech tools to help you manage it from afar, rules for renting, and other tips.

If You Plan on Retiring Soon, Take a Test Drive
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Columnist Glenn Ruffenach advises those retiring in a year or two to try out their planned budget and daily routines before walking away from the office.

How Much Do You Know About IRS Audits?
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The more you understand about audits, the better prepared you’ll be.

The Best Financial Advice I Ever Got: The Readers Weigh In

We asked people in the business of doling out financial advice about the best advice they received—and then readers chimed in with their own

One Argument for Radical Income Transparency
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Our research suggests that disagreements about government spending may be partly based on misperceptions about how much others make.

The Hidden Dangers of Automatic-Payment Apps
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For younger people, the technology has severed the connection between the things we buy and the act of paying for those things.

The Case for Regifting
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Many think the move is shameful. But research suggests the problem is all in the regifter’s head.

So, You Want to Own a Sports Team
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You don’t need a huge amount of money to buy at least part of a minor-league team. Just make sure you’re OK losing your investment.

A Tax Trap Many Fund Investors Fall Into
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Don’t buy a mutual fund just before a big capital-gains distribution.

How Marriage Affects Student Loans
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A union can trigger changes to a borrower’s loan payments and related tax breaks, among other things.

Tax Law Is Full of Exceptions
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Before doing your taxes, read the fine print. Experts say the new tax rules aren’t as black and white as they might seem.