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Money Management Tips to Help You Realize Your Life's Ambitions.

We all have dreams, both big and small. But it takes a plan of action to make them come to life. Here's to those who are ready to take charge of tomorrow.

Long Live Your Money - Personal Finance and Money Management Tips

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Save on Christmas Shopping With This Clever Strategy

Holiday shopping can break the bank, and it can be difficult to budget during the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. But wisebread.com has a surprising strategy that can help you save while you search for gifts.

6 Money Lessons from Paul Samuelson

6 Money Lessons from Paul Samuelson

Damian Davila for LongLiveYourMoney.com

The first American to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences and recipient of America’s top science honor, the National Medal of Science, Paul Samuelson had fundamental contributions to economic science, education, and policy for over 60 years. First published in 1948, his seminal textbook “Economics: An Introductory Analysis” has been translated into 20 languages and continues to influence generations of college students.

8 Awesome Freebies Everyone Can Enjoy

It’s easy to concentrate on where you’re spending your money, but it is more fun to think about where you aren’t. There are many ways to get your money’s worth without spending a dime. Freebies are all around us, from books to free samples, and it is always worthwhile to treat yourself when it doesn’t cost a thing.

5 Pain-Free Strategies to Start Saving for Retirement (Without Depriving Yourself)

Earning money—and then promptly putting it away for use decades in the future—is hard, especially when it means skipping happy hour, a trip to the mall, and any other number of

5 Reasons You Need an Estate Plan

We talk a lot about preparing for your retirement, discussing how laying out clear plans and saving early can prevent a lot of financial stress later in life.

6 Things That Cost Women More in Retirement

Women have fought through differences and inequalities for ages, and while social and financial gaps are finally beginning to equal out, the prices paid for certain amenities aren’t likely to budge—even in retirement.

8 Things Not to Keep in Your Wallet

Identity theft can be a devastating financial emergency, with victims often losing thousands in cash and property. While we spend a lot of time focusing on how to protect online accounts and transactions, the contents of our wallets can still wreak havoc on our finances if they fall into the wrong hands.

5 Pervasive Retirement Myths Americans Must Stop Believing

While myths are often harmless, many of those concerning personal finances could be detrimental to your retirement preparedness.

3 Steps to Taking Your Finances Completely Paperless—And Why You Should

Technology has made it easy for us to handle nearly every money-related transaction on our computers or mobile devices. Yet, most of us still rely on paper bills, statements and receipts—keeping them filed away in a drawer or cabinet at home.

8 Common Weekend Money Traps (And How to Avoid Them)

Most of us tend to live for the weekend, knowing two solid days away from the office will bring some much needed rest and relaxation.