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Bari Tessler, the author of The Art of Money, shares an essential practice that helps define what a happy life looks like for you—and the financial goals to get there.
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani discusses how to save money for major first purchases with financial expert Shannon McLay.
Hit rewind and meet the brides who buckled under the pressure and eloped and the wedding planners who helped make the day a little less stressful as we revisit HuffPost Live's best wedding conversations.
It was after several months of blowing between $800 and $1,200 on food alone that I realized it was time for a change.
Being student-loan-free means I'm old. As in, I should have my life figured out by now. I should be married (which I'm not), have kids (which I don't) and know what I want to do career-wise (again, I don't). I'm almost 29 and don't know what the rest of my life will look like.
With holiday spending and New Year's resolutions fresh in our mind, January is a good month to get serious about paying down your debt.
If you have an ex -- which most of us do -- you've probably received the "You're better off without them," speech from a friend. But what if the breakup left you better off in unexpected ways? Say, richer?
Ever bailed out an ex? Indulged in a little more retail therapy than you meant to? We'll show you the top seven mistakes women make -- and what to do instead.