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Five factors for your asset allocation

<i>This is a post from staff writer Robert Brokamp of</i> <i>The Motley Fool</i><i>. Robert is a Certified Financial Planner and the adviser for The Motley Fool’s</i> <i>Rule</i> …

The 10 Commandments of Getting Debt-Free

Nobody wants to go into debt, and everyone in debt wants to get out of it. Avoiding or getting out of debt requires a lot of self control, patience …

6 steps to the ultimate retirement portfolio

After you've worked and saved for many years and you can finally retire, I think you deserve to have the best possible investments in your portfolio. …

Investing

13 Common Money Mistakes -- And Their Solutions

By Laura Shin<br>Sometimes it feels like being good with your money is hard. And being bad with your money? Well, you think, that’s <i>easy</i>. But actually, all that's required to be good with your money is a set of simple tasks. It’s just a matter of getting them done. Here, some financial planners weigh in …

Top 10 Better Money Habits You Can Build This Year

The start of the year is a great time to review and revamp our financial plans, including common resolutions like "save more money" or "pay down …

12 Months Of Money Motivation: A Guide To Keeping Your Finances On Track In 2015

<i>This post originally appeared on LearnVest.</i><p>Ah, New Year’s—that time when we reminisce about the days of auld lang syne and vow to do better over the next 365 days.<p>Money, too, is never far from our minds during this season of contemplation.<p>According to a recent Fidelity study, about a third of the …

10 Surefire Ways To Build Your Wealth In 2015

<i>Be sure to check out the related story, 10 Surefire Ways To Boost Your Productivity in 2015.</i><p>A new year brings renewed energy to strive for one’s goals and dreams. And key to that pursuit is money.<p>Whether you’ve set your sights on launching a business, taking a trip to Patagonia, or buying a house, …

3 Confidence-Boosting Money Moves For Your 20s, 30s, 40s, And 50s

<i>This post originally appeared on LearnVest.</i><p>The older you get, the more confident you’ll feel about your money, right?<p>Actually, no. According to new research from LearnVest, it turns out that age doesn’t necessarily correlate with financial confidence in the way you might expect.<p>The study, which …

5 Financial Habits You Should Adopt When You're Young

How you handle your money early on in life -- from being a stickler about adhering to a monthly budget to starting to save for retirement as soon as possible -- can lay the groundwork for a strong financial future.<p>And it can be as simple as adopting these five money-savvy habits, which can help put …

How to Live a Happier Financial Life

For Sunday WSJ Readers, a Few Parting Words of Wisdom<p>It all comes down to this.<p>I wrote for the first edition of The Wall Street Journal Sunday. It seems fitting I should help bring down the curtain.<p>Parting thoughts? With my final 750 words, here are five notions that—I believe—are indispensable to …

Wall Street

Understanding Cash Flow Is Critical

The real poverty of typical families is found neither in their low income nor in costly essential expenses but rather in not understanding their own cash flow.<p>Regardless of income level, overspending causes poverty. Saving and budgeting produces wealth.<p>A person may be making millions and live on a …

What Is the Secret to Getting Rich?

There is no magic formula that leads to getting rich, but some responsible financial planning and lifestyle decisions can get you there.<p>Many people …

What's Your Money Personality?

<b>“I’d always had an interest</b> in personality,” says career coach Ray Linder. Yet despite that interest, he says he never made the connection between …

Make Your Money Go Farther With 'Hack Your Cash'

Personal finance experts and financial planners will tell you that the path to financial solvency is simple: save early and often, invest that savings so it works as hard as you do, and above all, live below your means. However, we at Forbes know that real life is more complicated than that, so …

How Much Of Your Income Should You Save?

There’s no question more fundamental to personal finance than how much money we should save. Our savings rate is the cornerstone of virtually every other decision about money we make. It affects everything from buying a home to saving for emergencies to retirement.<p>Yet the guidance on this important …

Retirement

The 1-Page Financial Plan: 10 Tips for Getting What You Want From Life

Carl Richards is well-acquainted with money-mistakes — not only because of his work as a certified financial planner, but also because of his personal experience.<p>During the last housing bubble, Richards moved to a new city, was swept up by the frothy housing market and bought a $575,000 house — …

How You Can Retire Early On $1 Million, Part 1

<i>A lot of people dream of hanging up on their working careers in their 50s. But what if you aren’t swimming in savings, and have, say, only $1 million. Only? While that kind of money sounds like a lot, when you depend on it to last you for decades, you run a big risk. AdviceIQ Network member Jeff</i> …

Money and Time Are One and the Same (and Seven Other Unusual Personal Finance Ideas I Use in My Life)

Over the years, I’ve tried many, many different approaches to my own finances. I’ve read countless books, done countless calculations, and tried …

The Cost of Feeling Secure vs. Feeling Stressed

Sarah and I have a large emergency fund by almost any standards. If everything collapsed, we could live for more than a year simply on our cash …