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  • Linda C. Black Horoscopes for September 10, 2011

    Today's Birthday (09/10/11). Keep using a system you know that works. Imagination is required. A caring soul is there to help with a big decision. Choose substance over symbolism. Peace and quiet rejuvenate. Come together with others and share the...
  • Linda C. Black Horoscopes for August 9, 2011

    Today's Birthday (08/09/11). Learn new skills, and build structures for expansion and adventure. This year you'll find satisfaction in little things. Think, study and put new theories to the test with practical applications. You're really creating...
  • Linda C. Black Horoscopes for August 1, 2011

    Today's Birthday (08/01/11). Physical exercise allows for some quiet moments to yourself. Turn off your mind, and notice what you smell, see, hear and feel. This meditation can be the reward or the preparation for reviewing financial planning. Pay bills...
  • Stalker accused of bizarre plot to woo doctor — by kidnapping her

    Stalker accused of bizarre plot to woo doctor — by kidnapping her
    Convicted stalker Felix Velazquez hoped the plan to kidnap his former girlfriend would have a happy ending — winning back her affections and bringing about a reconciliation. So he devised "Operation Stitches," a crazy and meticulous scheme...
  • 3 reasons not to get that super cheap mortgage re-fi

    3 reasons not to get that super cheap mortgage re-fi
    Be on guard against those low, low mortgage rates -- you may end up spending more by refinancing than if you had stuck with your current mortgage, even if your new interest rate would be under 3 or 4 percent, South Florida financial planners warn. Here...
  • Floridians: Wait to start collecting Social Security, study recommends

    Floridians: Wait to start collecting Social Security, study recommends
    Almost half of Floridians expect to start collecting Social Security checks at the earliest they can -- at age 62 -- and may endanger a comfortable retirement, according to a new study. In contrast, only 30 percent of other Americans surveyed said they...
  • 5 reasons why you should stash cash in an emergency fund

    5 reasons why you should stash cash in an emergency fund
    It seems like a waste of your hard-earned money to put it in an emergency fund when all you have to do is pull out your credit card to pay for the unexpected. But financial planners say there are five vital reasons why you should continue to keep a...
  • Budgeting is a drag, but online personal financial management sites make the chore easier

    Online budgeting sites aim to take the tedium out of money management, and the latest entry even tries to make a game of it with cash prizes. Budgeting is such a turnoff that some financial professionals won't even use the term with clients. But some...
  • No quick fix: Getting out of debt requires patience — and help

    No quick fix: Getting out of debt requires patience — and help
    After his mother's death six years ago, Doug Hamilton says, his financial life spiraled out of control. He spent freely, didn't pay his bills on time and had creditors calling him at work. Marlena Clay-Boone says her financial problems started as her...
  • Will giving children an allowance make them smarter about finances?

    Will giving children an allowance make them smarter about finances?
    The conventional wisdom is that allowances make children responsible money managers as they learn to budget so they don't run out of cash. But Lewis Mandell, professor emeritus of finance and former dean of business at the State University of New York in...
  • Fewer workers saving for retirement, more under financial stress

    Workers' confidence about their retirement is at a near-record low. Fewer are salting away money for their later years, and the majority have less than $25,000 in savings and investments. But their biggest worry isn't retirement. It's job security....