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13 Stocks to Avoid in 2013

Filed under: Investing, Netflix, Amazon.com, Stocks in the News

According to billionaire super-investor Warren Buffett, the first rule of investing is: “Don’t lose money.” (And the second rule of investing is… “Don’t forget rule No. 1.”)

With the…

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11 Easy and Great Ways to Save Money in 2013

Filed under: Investing, Personal Finance, Power of Planning

Gallery: 11 Easy and Great Ways to Save Money in 2013

Fool contributor Sean Williams has no material interest in any companies mentioned in this article. The Motley Fool owns shares…

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Year-End Paperwork Purge: What to Keep, What to Shred

Filed under: Personal Finance, Did You KnowNew Year’s resolutions seem to follow a pattern year after year: Reduce clutter, tackle paperwork, organize finances, and get a jump on taxes. But even the most digitally savvy consumer can amass reams of pape…

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Year-End Debt Checkup: Make Sure Yours Is Healthy Debt

Filed under: Credit, Debt
Americans have set another record. It’s not a good one, though.

U.S. consumer debt hit an all-time high in October, with borrowing rising by $14.2 billion over September levels, to total $2.75 trillion. But there’s a littl…

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And Now for the Good News: Six Upbeat Money Trends of 2012

Filed under: Economy, Personal Finance, Money and PoliticsBetween the elections, the fiscal cliff, and the endless battles over taxes, expenditures, and budget issues both big and small, 2012 has been a difficult year. But, amid all the sound and fury,…

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