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How do you know how much money you have and whether you?re spending it on the things that matter to you? How do you make sure you?re paying down your debts at the right pace? By doing a budget.
In this video recorded from a live Google Hangout, nationally syndicated personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary explains how to do a budget for your finances, walking through the spreadsheet that she recommends and answering questions about how to make it work for you.Read full article >>
The floor-length, vaguely Grecian-looking white gown that H&M debuted today isn?t the discount retailer?s first foray into the wedding business -- but it?s certainly H&M?s first wedding dress at a decidedly H&M price point.Read full article >>
The Southwest Waterfront has been redeveloped before.
In the early 1970s, the urban renewal planning mantra arrived at the Washington Channel. It brought Brutalist-tinged designs for the riverwalk and the Channel Inn hotel, near the corner of Seventh and Water streets. It brought block-like, two-story buildings that restaurants Hogate?s and Flagship moved into. And it brought a frontage road catering to the visitors who of course would be driving there. It was the style at the time.Read full article >>
If you're reeling from all the Bitcoin news this week, you're not alone. To get you all caught up, we've pulled together the biggest stories surrounding the virtual currency from the past seven days.
More Mt. Gox fallout. The collapsed Bitcoin exchange said it would open up a call center to take questions from users who'd lost their money in the implosion. Mt. Gox's hotline will open up on Sunday night, Eastern time; some are wary of what they'll find when they dial in.Read full article >>
The U.S. unemployment rate inched up in February as more people joined the labor force to hunt for a job, according to government data released Friday.
The Labor Department reported that the unemployment rate rose from 6.6 percent in January to 6.7 percent in February ? a move that actually suggests positive momentum for the economy. That?s because the uptick was not because of workers losing their jobs but rather more people looking for employment. The data also showed the economy added a solid 175,000 jobs last month after two months of lackluster growth.Read full article >>