Who says delaying gratification isn't gratifying? Yahoo! Finance's Farnoosh Torabi visits with a young man who, thanks to some innovative technology, has found that saving money can be fun.
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Yahoo! Finance's Farnoosh Torabi lets us in on the secrets to big savings in the daily deals market.
Anshey Bhatia saved $14,000 in one year. Farnoosh Torabi explains how. Check out the full read on Yahoo! Finance.
- Dory Devlin, Shine staff | Financially Fit – Thu, Apr 21, 2011 12:56 AM EDT
The stock market can be volatile, for sure. So Yahoo! Finance's Farnoosh Torabi takes a look at five investments that experts say will not only hold their value but will appreciate as well.
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ThinkstockTrue, the tax deadline looms a little later than usual this year--April 18--thanks to the Emancipation Day holiday celebrated in Washington, D.C. on Friday April 15. But don't fool yourself: it is still fast approaching.Read More »from Join us for a Shine Twitter chat on tax questions
Whether you have yet to pull together all of your receipts and financial statements from the past year to do your taxes yourself, or you have neatly delivered all of your financial documents to an accountant, you probably have some last-minute questions to ask. We at Shine certainly do. That's why we are planning a Twitter tax chat on Thursday, March 31, from noon to 1 p.m. ET to get some tax questions, big and small, answered. Find us at @YahooShine #YShineChat.
Jill Schlesinger: Jill on Money/CBSMoneyWatch.comJill Schlesinger from CBS MoneyWatch will be joining the chat to answer your most pressing tax questions, from what tax deductions am I missing? to how can I avoid a tax audit?
You can find her Jill on Money blog here, and follow Jill on Twitter @jillonmoney. Shine Editor Lylah M. Alphonse (@WriteEditRepeat)
Some DIY projects can cost a bundle and are not worth the time you probably don't have to spend on them to begin with. Yahoo! Finance's Farnoosh Torabi breaks down the top 5 projects best left to a professional to handle, from home renovations, to car fixes, to estate planning.