Few things are more personal than personal finance. It has been said that if you really want to know what someone is all about, all you have to do is look at their calendar and their wallet. There are arguably no more objective measures of what we value most than how we spend our time and money.
So how do you spend yours? How would you like to spend yours?
We at DailyFinance are eager to get a better feel for what's on your mind, and we want to know more about how we can help you with money matters. We understand these are stressful economic times: What's keeping you up at night? I've got access to some of of the world's top experts and journalists, and will chase down answers to your most pressing questions.
Likewise, we also admire how resourceful our readers are in making ends meet. Please feel free to share your money secrets and shortcuts. After all, we're all in this together -- from paying the mortgage on time, to saving for college and retirement, to negotiating the best deals on everything from buying cars to filling cavities.
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