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Personal Finance Daily
APRIL 03, 2010
This week's top Personal Finance stories
Eight do's and don'ts for your 401(k)
When it comes to saving for retirement and building a portfolio to last a lifetime, most Americans are way behind the eight-ball, the nine-ball and all the other balls on the pool table.
See Robert Powell.
Save money on home energy costs with easy upgrades
New, relatively low-tech and low-cost products can help you reduce your home energy expenses without shelling out for major renovations.
See Realty Q&A.
As April 15 nears, don't forget these key tax tasks
Have you filed your taxes yet? The top five procrastinating U.S. cities last year were Houston, Chicago, New York, Austin and San Francisco, according to TurboTax.
Lawmakers propose overhaul after GAO investigation finds lax system
The Energy Star program may be overhauled in the wake of a scathing government report that found the certification process vulnerable to fraud and abuse, calling into doubt the worthiness of the label that directs shoppers to energy-saving products that last year cut as much as $17 billion from consumers' utility bills.
See story on problems uncovered in Energy Star system.
Same-sex couples face higher health costs
Each year as the April 15 tax deadline nears, Shane Snowden is reminded how much more she pays for health coverage for her same-sex partner than her heterosexual colleagues pay for their spouses' benefits. While exchanging vows doesn't guarantee access to health insurance, marriage makes having it both more likely and less expensive -- if your spouse is of the opposite sex.
Commentary: Lazy Portfolios or a 2012 Collapse: It's OK to believe in both
Ten years ago this week, we wrote "Next crash? Sorry, you'll never hear it coming ." In 2000 the market topped at 11,722. Today the Dow's still under 11,000. We also predicted Wall Street's 2007 meltdown. Over the decade, we all watched Wall Street insiders get rich while they lost more than 20% of Main Street America's retirement money.
See Paul B. Farrell.
Planning children's care is becoming a full-time job
I spend a lot of time on my baby, but all that time isn't necessarily spent with my baby. There are hours of phone calls and emails and text messages every week to make sure that Eve is healthy and happy.
See Diary of a Recession Baby.
Money lessons from a financial pro
Scott Kays just celebrated his 50th birthday and like most people his age he's juggling career, family, mortgage payments, and other facts of daily life. He also makes sure that his investments and retirement goals are on track, and volunteers at his church and in his community.
See Jonathan Burton's Life Savings.
Commentary: Tax law is unfair to mutual-fund investors
As mutual-fund investors finish up their tax returns for 2009, they might think about what is likely to happen this year, and what could have been.
See Chuck Jaffe.
Dividend ETFs poised for a comeback
Exchange-traded funds that focus on dividend-paying stocks trailed the market by a wide margin in 2009, but they may attract yield-starved bond investors who are also worried about the prospect of rising interest rates.
See ETF Investing.
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