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Table of Contents:VOL. 36, NO. 10 - October 2007
Features
35 minutes to richesIt's Money Magazine's 35th anniversary. In its honor, here are 47 smart ways to get on track to a rich life.  (more)
American life has grown fantastically richer since this magazine began. So why do you feel so much less secure? (more)
Over the past 35 years, investing has become simple, cheap and convenient. Now it's a snap to build your wealth - or destroy it. (more)
America's largest generation still has dreams of changing its world and a lot else. An exclusive Money Magazine survey. By Marlys Harris (more)
Of the hundreds of dreams readers sent us, we picked five to help bring to fruition. By Donna Rosato and Carolyn Bigda (more)
When you sit down Before you take your financial pro's advice, consider what's behind it. From Money Magazine's George Mannes (more)
Like middle-class families everywhere, the Mendells, Steins and Wrights judged their own financial health by how they thought their neighbors were doing. How wrong they were. (more)
The Subprime Mess
The new rules of the credit crunchThe Fed may have lowered interest rates, but credit is still getting tighter - and not just for high-risk borrowers. (more)
Tighter lending standards have put many home sellers, owners and buyers in a bind. Here's how to escape it. (more)
The meltdown in the subprime mortgage market will create real bargains among bank and brokerage stocks. But you don't need to rush in right away. (more)
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Money & Ethics: You're planning an early retirement, but your 28-year-old still expects financial help. (more)
You've clicked. You've emailed. You've even sent a letter. How to get an unresponsive online broker to listen. (more)
Call it peer pressure, but meeting the right people can help you spend and save wisely. From Money Magazine's Jean Chatzky (more)
Plan
The real cost of relocatingLifting roots can be a great way to get ahead in your career, but it can also be hazardous to your personal finances. Just ask Greg and Laurie Allan. (more)
Social networking sites aren't just for teens to swap photos and gossip anymore. They're a great way for adults to set up and maintain professional ties. (more)
A modest proposal: Make the sellers of variable annuities tell people how much they're really paying for their investment. (more)
Home
Cut your energy bills in halfAs energy prices shoot up, here are five great ideas that can knock up to 50 percent off your heating tab. (more)
You've found a new house, but your hold one is still on the market. How to juggle two homes and bridge the financing gap. (more)
Spend
A whole lotta lattesFour bucks a day for a morning coffee adds up, so a home espresso maker can save you in the long run. Money Magazine rates the top five. (more)
Invest
Heavy metal payoutA reader wants to unload a big lump of silver, but he doesn't know how to get rid of it. The Answer Guy tells him how. (more)
The Seims are millionaires in the making - if they can just stop wanting to spend like the neighbors. (more)
Good managers can look lousy when the sector they invest in is out of fashion. But fashions change. (more)
Money Magazine archive search
Money Online
Use our interactive calculator to find out which popular products have actually gone down in price since the 1970s - and which ones you're getting gouged on. (more)
You've come a long way since Money Magazine first hit the stands 35 years ago. So what do the next 35 years have in store for you and your wallet? (more)
Think your life is tough? Do you believe your parents had it easier than you do? Here's what the man in the street says. (more)video
Track your investments and the companies that matter to you. (more)
Are you on track to join the ranks of America's millionaires? Find out. (more)
Sleep well owning these mutual funds, regardless of where the market heads next. (more)
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After last year's dramatic comeback, the housing market is now getting back to "normal." But what does that big picture forecast mean for the value of your home? Whether you're buying or selling or just staying put, here's what you should know in 2014.  (more)
FEATURES
To chart a course to your financial goals, it's essential to know your starting point. Take this quiz to see where you are, then follow some simple steps and strategies for getting to the next landmark. |more|
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Market indexes are shown in real time, except for the DJIA, which is delayed by two minutes. All times are ET. Disclaimer LIBOR Warning: Neither BBA Enterprises Limited, nor the BBA LIBOR Contributor Banks, nor Reuters, can be held liable for any irregularity or inaccuracy of BBA LIBOR. Disclaimer. Morningstar: © 2014 Morningstar, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Disclaimer The Dow Jones IndexesSM are proprietary to and distributed by Dow Jones & Company, Inc. and have been licensed for use. All content of the Dow Jones IndexesSM © 2014 is proprietary to Dow Jones & Company, Inc. Chicago Mercantile Association. The market data is the property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. and its licensors. All rights reserved. FactSet Research Systems Inc. 2014. All rights reserved. Most stock quote data provided by BATS.