WASHINGTON — U.S. import prices fell in April due to a drop in oil costs, a positive sign for household finances that also pointed to benign inflation pressures. Import prices slipped... Read more
How to invest a couple of hundred bucks So you’ve weeded out all the wooden nickels from your spare-change jar and have tallied up a few hundred bucks. Instead of blowing it on snack f... Read more
Got only $20 to put away right now? It may not sound like much, but you can use it to buy shares in Intel. Or Johnson & Johnson. Or Harley-Davidson (you rebel). And those are just a few... Read more
1.Pay yourself first. Set aside as much of each paycheck as you can for investing. Do this even if you can devote only a few dollars at first. Even $5 per week will add up over time. Try to... Read more
7.Reassess your savings goals. Subtract your expenses (the ones you can’t live without) from your take-home income (i.e. after taxes have been taken out). What is the difference? And d... Read more
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