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Are dollar stores really worth it? - 1 - - MSN Money
With their ultralow prices, dollar stores offer serious bargains for thrifty consumers. But in some cases, it's better to shop elsewhere. - MSN Money budgeting ...

8 ways to earn more on your savings- MSN Money
Interest rates for savers aren't very appealing these days -- less than 1% on most bank accounts. Here are some ideas to earn more with your money.

Savings video: Money-saving and debt tips and ideas - MSN ...
Watch MSN Money savings video series to learn how to save your money and reduce debt. These debt videos and budgeting tips will get you on the best track.

How big-time savers do it - - MSN Money
If saving more money is one of your goals, you're not alone: ... That's why starting by saving just a small amount can get you on the path toward bigger savings.

Should you save or pay off debt? - - MSN Money
The savings-versus-debt debate is a common one, ... In a bank account that's earning a 1% return? Or into a money market fund, which might pay you more?

How to save for your kid's college - 3 - tuition fees ...
Beef up savings in your own name as well as your home equity and retirement accounts, for the reasons noted above. Consider savings bonds.

Savings bonds are now as popular as VCRs- MSN Money
This post comes from Krystal Steinmetz at partner site Money Talks News. U.S. savings bonds are on the endangered list. They were once a go-to gift for graduations ...

Turning 50? Time for a retirement tuneup- MSN Money
4. Create a retirement budget. Without a budget you have no way of knowing whether your savings will come up short after stopping work. Instead of starting with an ...

401k or IRA: Which do you fund first? - 1 - - MSN Money
Each has its advantages as a retirement-savings vehicle, but by asking several questions, you can make the best decision for your financial circumstances.

When it's OK to dip into retirement savings - - MSN Money
8/5/2013 11:45 PM ET | By Ellen Chang, MainStreet. When it's OK to dip into retirement savings. It's a retirement planning rule -- don't borrow from your 401k or IRA.


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