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Money makeover: Investing opposites 6:34am: She's willing to be aggressive, he's not. To meet their long-term goals, the Hickses need to invest on the same page. More
Dec 11: It's a nightmare. And if you think it couldn't happen to you, you're kidding yourself. Here's your best game plan. More
Nov 13: Thinking of cashing out? Who isn't? But don't do anything until you've read this article. More
Oct 21: Suddenly single, TeRon Lawrence wants to load up on stocks, pay off debts and buy real estate. Is he taking on too much? More
Sep 2: If your salary fluctuates year to year, financial planning can be tricky. These steps can help. More
Aug 29: Jacqui Sentmanat is trying to give her child the best of everything, but who's looking out for her financial future? More
Aug 1: This family has decided to manage its own money. But with a special-needs child, the stakes are high. More
Jul 23: Two athletes - one American, one Chinese - are striving for Olympic immortality in the same sport. But the cost has been high, in both money and family sacrifice. More
Jul 3: Real estate was very good to this realtor-homeowner-landlord. Until it wasn't. More
May 28: Even if you think you're well prepared to take over an aging parent's finances you'd better read this guide. More
May 21: It seemed like a fantasy project to renovate their new home in an environmentally sensitive way. Reality is costing them more green than they could have imagined. More
May 19: Separated by 13 years, these big savers want to know whether they can afford to retire together. More
Apr 30: The Reeses hope to retire before 60. To do that, they need to stop kidding around and buy stocks. More
Apr 24: You knew college wasn't cheap, but actually seeing the bills is total sticker shock. Welcome to our crash course in handling it. More
Mar 21: How two parents are trying to strike a balance between their children's education costs and retirement readiness. More
Mar 19: A mortar shell in Iraq shattered Ivan Castro's eyesight and maybe his military career. Now he's on a new mission: making sure he's got enough money to live on. More
Mar 7: Before this boomer can globe-trot, she needs to get her portfolio up and running again with a Money Makeover. More
Feb 20: Dave King got primary custody of his four kids. Now he has to figure out how to juggle his career and family and cover those endless bills. More
Feb 18: Five ways you and your spouse can bridge your differences and keep your finances on track. More
Jan 31: Before you and your spouse start a joint venture, protect your finances - and your relationship. More
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