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Make the most of your money.

You've found yourself feeling down, and end up doing some online shopping—perhaps for items you don't need, with money you don't necessarily have. You're hoping a simple "treat yourself" purchase will enhance your mood, and maybe it does (for a brief moment) ... but then you're left feeling regretful. Sound familiar? You may be engaging in emotional spending.

Consider these tips for maneuvering through the current candidate-driven job market.

While more than 75% of parents talk to their kids about saving money, only about a third of us broach the topic of investing. Perhaps that's because, like talking to our kids about sex, it can be uncomfortable. Or maybe it's because we don't feel like we understand some complex investing terms and strategies ourselves.

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As exciting as it is to come together with your life partner in marriage or otherwise, there can be complications, including the decision whether or not to combine incomes and accounts. What's mine is yours—even in debt, right?

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