newyear 2013

13 Financial Resolutions for Retirees in 2013

Being retired means not having to worry about waking up early to get to work. But retiring doesn't mean its time to quit worrying about making your money work as hard as it can.

13 Stocks to Avoid in 2013

According to billionaire super-investor Warren Buffett, the first rule of investing is: "Don't lose money." With that in mind, we've surveyed the stock markets to come up with 13 companies you probably want to keep out of your portfolio in the new year.

13 Financial New Year's Resolutions to Keep in 2013

When it comes to keeping New Year's resolutions, plenty of us don't have such great track records. But most people who made financial resolutions in 2012 kept them, which makes them a smart addition to your annual ritual. To set the stage for your success in 2013, here are 13 resolutions to consider.

7 Tips for People Who Will Retire in 2013

The oldest baby boomers will turn 67 in 2013. Many of this first wave have already retired, while others may be contemplating taking the plunge this year. Here are some tips for those planning to retire in 2013:

13 Stocks to Start Investing With in 2013

If you're keeping your savings in low-return but "safe" investments, this is the year you need to get your money off the sidelines and into some solid stocks. No stock is risk-free, but these 13 picks are the best we can find for novice investors looking to get their feet wet in the market.

5 Stocks That Will Grow Big in 2013

There are plenty of investors worried about the year ahead. But even as many companies are likely to scale back, others are still expected to grow nicely in 2013. Here are five companies where analysts see revenue and earnings growing by at least 20 percent next year.

13 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid in 2013

The new year is upon us, and it's a great time to resolve to be better at managing your money in 2013 and beyond. To help you drill down on the biggest opportunities, here are 13 of the most common mistakes people make with their money.

Before Making Resolutions, Try This 5-Step Financial Audit

Most people will make a New Year's resolution to take control of their finances in 2013. But while it's a great goal, it's nearly impossible to achieve without first taking a hard look at where your money went the year before. This five-step personal financial audit is a good place to start.