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The founder of accounting-software firm BlackLine discusses the financial risks of entrepreneurship with host Veronica Dagher in WSJ’s ‘Secrets of Wealthy Women’ podcast.

The holiday season is a time for family gatherings, traditions and, predictably, some drama-filled conversations. The latter can involve some of the most difficult subjects for families: money, personal finance and what counts as success.

Health savings accounts allow people to set aside money in tax-advantaged accounts to pay for medical expenses tax-free. Here are answers to questions readers have on how and when to use these accounts.

The health savings account can be a powerful savings tool—if you approach it the right way. Retirement planners laud its triple tax advantage and its use as a complementary savings vehicle to 401(k) plans.

For a continuing reporting project about debt in America, we’d love to hear from you.

The Federal Reserve’s third rate cut this year can ripple through American’s everyday finances, from mortgages to savings accounts and auto loans.

Many workers with student loans postpone saving for retirement. Now, a handful of companies are trying to prevent them from falling behind on retirement savings by matching their student-loan repayments with contributions to a 401(k) plan.

Miko Branch always knew she wanted to be an entrepreneur. One reason: she didn’t want to work for anyone else. She explains how adversity led her to co-found the Miss Jessie’s hair-care line in this Secrets of Wealthy Women podcast with Veronica Dagher.

Not only have stocks and bonds been volatile the past quarter, both are pricey by historic measures. That makes it hard for savers, particularly millennials just starting to build nest eggs, to set long-term expectations.

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