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Ken DeLeon was named the No. 1 in real estate sales last year, a ranking he achieved by selling multi-million dollar homes to the rich in Silicon Valley. But he's succeeded by using some counterintuitive tactics. (January 7, 2013)
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Even as a child, Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz watched how her father, Charles Schwab, handled his burgeoning bank account as his company grew. The lessons she learned from him about money are the same ones parents should teach their children, she says. (December 28, 2012)
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Some people show their charitable sides at early ages. If that's the case with your children, Reuters Wealth and Personal Finance Editor Chelsea Emery has pointers on how to teach them the best practices for charitable giving. (December 12, 2012)
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Forget the fiscal cliff, it's the Apple precipice that may kill you - or at least your bank account - this holiday season. With iPads - big and small - topping holiday wish lists, consumers are cutting back on other gifts to splurge on Apple products. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young breaks down the bite Apple is taking. (December 10, 2012)
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Even if your favorite celebrity is involved with a charity you still should dig into the organization's finances before giving. Reuters Investment and Advisory Editor Chelsea Emery highlights the ways you can check a celebrity's favorite cause. (November 21, 2012)
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More Americans believe they'll have to work longer to make ends meet. A new Wells Fargo Retirement Survey shows that 30 percent believe they'll have to work until they're 80. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young breaks down the survey and explains what it means for people as they near what should be their retirement years. (October 29, 2012)
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Healthcare insurance policies are moving toward coinsurance instead of the traditional copay model. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young explains the difference and offers advice on how to manage this change and keep costs down. (October 25, 2012)
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Getting a mortgage these days can be extremely difficult. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young helps you bypass the pitfalls and offers tips to help make refinancing a breeze and get the lowest rate possible. (October 15, 2012)
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Retailers such as Old Navy and Gymboree are offering deals where you spend now and get "free" cash to spend in their stores later. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young takes you through some of these discount offerings and suggests how to get the most bang for your buck. (October 12, 2012)
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Shutterfly's CEO Jeffrey Housenbold tells Reuters' Lauren Young how he and his family invest in their future. When asked what he splurges on, Housenbold says it's travel, because to him it's "about experiences instead of things." (September 17, 2012)
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The NFL is a cash cow for many large companies but lesser-known names also turn a nice profit thanks to the league's rabid fans. Here are the stocks that stand to benefit as the season kicks off. (September 4, 2012)
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Insomnia doesn't cost you your happiness, it costs the economy hundreds of millions of dollars. Reuters' David K. Randall, author of "Dreamland," talks about the impact of sleepless nights and offers some tips on how to catch some zzzs. (August 20, 2012)
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Applying for financial aid begins long before students step on campus. The process of getting in the right financial shape can begin as early as when your child begins high school. Here's how to prepare as soon as possible. (August 17, 2012)
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The amount of people living in cities will increase by larger numbers than their suburban counterparts, according to a new report. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young looks at some of the advantages to living in urban centers, and which ones offer the most bang for the buck. (Aug. 8, 2012)
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School supplies will cost the average American family about an extra $84 this year, according to the National Retail Federation. But there are simple ways to cut costs. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young tells us how in this edition of Money Clip. (August 6, 2012)
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Kayak's successful public offering is another example of the rise of online travel sites. But an increasing number of people are turning to travel agents before they embark on complicated trips. (July 20, 2012)
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Peregrine Financial Group's collapse is an example of the worst outcome when you turn your money over to a brokerage firm. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young takes a chance with a random New Yorker to explain how you can protect yourself. (July 16, 2012)
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The number of people caring for aging parents is on the rise. In this Money Clip, Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young spells out three common mistakes to avoid as you look out for your loved ones in their later years. (July 6, 2012)
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Your miles and rewards programs quickly add up but actually using them is the tough part. In fact, a much greater percentage of miles go unused than get cashed in. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young explains how to do both without the normal travel headaches. (July 2, 2012)
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The Supreme Court is set to decide whether President Obama's landmark healthcare reform law will stand. Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young explains what you should do if the law is struck down. (June 25, 2012)
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So you've managed to end things amicably, but that doesn't mean you have to give away the farm. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young has a few tips on how to hold on to your assets. (June 22, 2012)
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Fifty percent of marriages end in divorce, and that can be costly and ugly. Lauren Young reports in this edition of Money Clip that signing a prenup can save you a bundle even if it can't save your marriage. (June 18, 2012)
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Current housing market indicators are conflicting and confusing. In this Money Clip, Reuters personal Finance Editor Lauren Young speaks with Dan Alpert, Managing Partner of Westwood Capital about how to make sense of the state of the housing market. (June 4, 2012)
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Investors may not have a clue what they're paying their money managers or they type of service they're getting, or, whether they can actually negotiate lower fees. Lauren Young gives us a white board lesson in this episode of Money Clip. (May 25, 2012)
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Profit from the Facebook hype by buying companies which are expected to get a nice bump by the IPO.
David Randall reports for Money Clip. (May 18, 2012)
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How families paying for kids and elderly parents can discover hidden day-care, flex-spending, telecommuting, and financial help. Lauren Young offers leads in this week's Money Clip. (May 14, 2012)
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Sallie Mae's Joe DePaulo speaks with Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young about how to reduce your student loans before school is over. (May 7, 2012)
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Reuters Wealth Editor Jennifer Merritt has a new book out on building your career. In this Money Clip, Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young talks to Jennifer about the critical first step: rocking the internship. (April 30, 2012)
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Generation Y faces a fight to get ahead but members of this group may actually have some advantages. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young discusses some of the financial techniques this generation is using. (April 23, 2012)
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Apple shares have retreated since hitting $644 earlier this month, leaving many investors to wonder whether this is the time to take their profits. But Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young says it might pay to hold on. (April 20, 2012)
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Acceptance letters are in the mail. So are those bills for tuition. Reuters money editor Chelsea Emery reveals how to make the most of your financial aid package for college. (April 16, 2012)
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You may be tempted to ignore the problem. Don't. Reuters money editor Chelsea Emery provides tips on how to make it work when you can't pay Uncle Sam's bill. (April 13, 2012)
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Rents are high. Is opportunity knocking? Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young outlines four important steps you should follow if you want to become a landlord. (March 30, 2012)
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Student loan debt tops $1 trillion, but tax breaks can help cut the cost of tuition. In this episode of Money Clip, Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young lays out the ways to save on college costs come tax time. (March 26, 2012)
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If you're unemployed and owe taxes this year, the IRS is offering a grace period to pay without penalty. Reuters' personal finance editor Lauren Young offers tips for winning the IRS game in this edition of Money Clip. (March 23, 2012)
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Location, location, location. When it comes to retirement, Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young says where you choose to live can be the most important financial choice you make. (March 19, 2012)
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College dropout rates are soaring in the United States due, in part, to escalating tuition costs. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young offers easy tips to help students make it to graduation day. (March 16, 2012)
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The federal government has imposed new restrictions on bank fees. If you don't have 100K in your accounts, banks aren't chasing your business. In this Money Clip, Lauren Young offers tips to make your accounts more bank friendly. (March 12, 2012)
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The 2012 Lipper Trophy Awards were revealed, and some of the funds that made the list are smaller than you may expect. In this week's Money Clip, Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young offers insight into what defines a great mutual fund. Then take a peek at this year's Award Winners on Reuters.com to see if your mutual fund made the list.
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Chief Investment Officer David Leduc of Standish, a BNY Mellon fixed-income asset manager, says junk bonds offer investors some of the best returns available in the current low-interest rate environment, in this edition of Money Clip.
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BNY Mellon Chief Economist Richard Hoey says the U.S. economy is set for continued expansion in 2012, and the calm in Europe means U.S. share prices are likely to continue their rise.
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Mutual fund investors could be in for a welcome shock when they open their March statements and see a big jump in three-year returns. Reuters Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young explains why your fund might be about to turn what suddenly looks like an all-star performance and warns investors not to read too much into eye-popping returns. Here's why those returns might be misleading. Edited by Chris Grasinger
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Day trading, when done properly, can net major gains for your IRA or 401(k). In this episode of Money Clip, Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young runs through the strategies for getting the safest and greatest long-term gains by making short-term moves.
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Professional gamblers can take advantage of new tax rules that let them deduct their gambling losses against their incomes. But beware: the IRS will be watching for amateurs trying to pass as pros. Personal Finance Editor Lauren Young talks gambling in this Money Clip tax tip.
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Fashion Week will highlight not just style but stocks for investors who want a piece of the red-hot luxury retail sector. Chelsea Emory speaks with Reuters retail correspondent Phil Wahba outside Fashion Week in this episode of Money Clip.
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After hitting the rocks in 2011, is Europe a better bet in 2012? Christine Thompson, Chief Investment Officer at Fidelity Investments, and Robert Auwaerter, head of the fixed income group at Vanguard, tell Reuters Wealth Editor Lauren Young their expectations, and what would really happen if the Euro doesn't survive.
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Some of the most prominent mutual fund managers discuss whether the U.S. might face the kind of crisis that Italy did last year, and what to do about it. Reuters Wealth Editor Lauren Young talks strategy with Robert Auwaerter, head of the fixed income group at Vanguard and David Giroux, co-manager of T. Rowe Price's large-cap value strategy.
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New regulations kick in this year. Will they protect or inhibit economic growth? Reuters Wealth Editor Lauren Young talks expectations with Robert Auwaerter, head of the fixed income group at Vanguard, and Colin Moore, Chief Investment Officer at Columbia Management Investment Advisors.
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The U.S. economy has been in modest recovery, but that could collapse if Washington remains gridlocked, top money managers warn. Watch David Giroux, co-manager of T. Rowe Price's large-cap value strategy and Colin Moore, Chief Investment officer at Columbia Management Investment Advisors, talk with Reuters Wealth Editor Lauren Young about how to invest in rough waters ahead.
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Do you have money to invest? Reuters Wealth Editor Lauren Young gets tips from top investors at Fidelity, Merrill Lynch, Columbia Management and T. Rowe Price on their best bets in the rocky 2012 landscape. One hint: Which category might be oversold?
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Afraid of wrinkles? Get over it, because you'll probably be seeing yourself covered in them the next time you sit down with your financial adviser. Hal Hershfield, assistant professor at NYU Stern School of Business, tells Reuters' Money Editor Lauren Young that visual aids make a difference when it comes to planning for the future.
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A falling knife is an expression used to describe a security or industry in which the current price or value has dropped significantly in a short period of time. Personal finance editor Lauren Young gives timely advice on how to avoid falling knives.