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  1. Home & Auto

    Health Insurance: Paying For Pre-Existing Conditions

    If you bring a pre-existing condition to a new insurer, you may find yourself without coverage.
  2. Entrepreneurship

    Freelance Careers: Look Before You Leap

    Freelance work is a way to escape the daily grind - but don't ignore the added responsibility that comes with freedom.
  3. Economics

    Successful Ways That Governments Reduce Federal Debt

    Governments have many options when trying to reduce debt, and throughout history some of them have actually worked.
  4. Budgeting

    You Can't Live On Love

    If your head is in the clouds, check out this down-to-earth financial advice for couples.
  5. Economics

    Introduction To Asian Financial Markets

    We look at the history of Asia's financial development and how investors can get involved in these growing markets.
  6. Active Trading

    Would You Profit As A Day Trader?

    Market timing is surrounded by controversy, but does it work?
  7. Retirement

    An Overview Of The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ...

    Find out how this "retirement lifeguard" can save drowning plans, and why it's unlikely to be a long-term solution to the pension problem.
  8. Economics

    Examining The Phillips Curve

    This model depicts an inverse relationship between unemployment and wage inflation, but is it accurate?
  9. Retirement

    Time To Rethink Your Post-Work Needs

    Don't rely on popular wisdom. Get the facts and plan for a comfortable future.
  10. Bonds & Fixed Income

    Certificates Of Deposit

    Safety is a hallmark of the traditional certificate of deposit (CD) sold by a bank or credit union.
  11. Retirement

    Raising Grandchildren A Financial Feat

    Becoming a full-time caregiver again presents many challenges - including making ends meet.
  12. Bonds & Fixed Income

    The Treasury And The Federal Reserve

    Find out how these two agencies create policies to stimulate the economy in tough economic times.
  13. Retirement

    The Defined-Contribution Plan: A Flawed Concept

    After a career marked by loyalty to the firm, the promised pension plan benefits aren't materializing for many plan participants.
  14. Retirement

    5 Ways To Fund Your Retirement

    Generating income without going to work tends to be a murky concept. Find out how it works.
  15. Home & Auto

    Getting A Grip On The Cost Of Gas

    Feeling overwhelmed by rising oil prices? We offer some tips that will save you money.
  16. Economics

    Ben Bernanke: Background And Philosophy

    Get some insight into the man at the forefront of key U.S economic decisions.
  17. Trading Strategies

    5 Lessons From The Recession

    The bear market of 2008 was a game-changer for many investors. Find out what lessons you can take away from it.
  18. Budgeting

    Stop Keeping Up With The Joneses - They're Broke

    Conspicuous consumption could be robbing you of future wealth.
  19. Retirement

    Marriage, Divorce And The Dotted Line

    Does signing a prenuptial agreement put your marriage on shaky ground, or is it just smart planning?
  20. Insurance

    Green Investors Get Heard

    Find out how to make your portfolio and the companies in it greener.
  21. Insurance

    Travel Tips For Keeping You And Your Money Safe

    Take precautions to avoid being taken advantage of on your vacation.
  22. Insurance

    15 Insurance Policies You Don't Need

    Learn how to save money by saying "no" to unnecessary coverage.
  23. Home & Auto

    Got A Good Mortgage Rate? Lock It Up!

    Rising rates mean rising profits for lenders, providing incentive to increase rates whenever possible.
  24. Personal Finance

    Losing Money? Don't Blame Your Broker

    Tempting as it is to pass the buck for your losses, the true culprit may be closer to home.
  25. Rather than having an allocation to stocks versus bonds, the stock allocation could be divided between stocks associated with high volatility and stocks associated with low volatility to create a portfolio with smaller up or down movements than the fluctuation associated with the overall stock market.
    Investing Basics

    An Introduction To Factor Investing

    Factor investing delivers risk adjusted results that deliver the same or better investment returns as the overall market but with less risk.
  26. Insurance

    Eliot Spitzer - Man Of A Thousand Scandals

    Learn about the Wall Street scandals Eliot Spitzer prosecuted before perpetrating his own.
  27. Savings

    The Danger Of A 401(k) Flameout

    It looks like the 401(k) has failed, but what are the repercussions, and how can you protect yourself?
  28. Economics

    What It Takes To Be "Made In The USA"

    Discover the rules and standards behind the "Made in the USA" label.
  29. Home & Auto

    Moving Up: Dream House Or Money Pit?

    If you are upgrading your home, here are some things you'll need to know so you don't spend more money than you need to.
  30. Insurance

    Should You Buy Banks' "Toxic" Assets?

    The Public-Private Investment Progam is part of the government's effort to fix the failing financial sector. But is it a good investment?
  31. Economics

    The Gini Index: Measuring Income Distribution

    A country with $100 billion in assets and four residents sounds good - unless three of them have $0.
  32. Retirement

    Downsize Your Home To Downsize Expenses

    Learn how to cut your mortgage, tax, gas and utilities bills.
  33. Economics

    Invest In Yourself With A College Education

    Spending a few thousand dollars on school could help you earn millions more.
  34. Home & Auto

    5 Insurance Policies Everyone Should Have

    Insurance policies come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Shop carefully and the right policies will go a long way towards helping you protect your assets.
  35. Home & Auto

    5 Mistakes That Make House Flipping A Flop

    Learn about common mistakes of flipping houses before trying one on your own.
  36. Budgeting

    The Basics Of Financial Responsibility

    Just being able to make your credit card payment doesn't cut it. Find out what does.
  37. Investing Basics

    Modern Portfolio Theory vs. Behavioral Finance

    Modern portfolio theory and behavioral finance represent differing schools of thought that attempt to explain investor behavior. Perhaps the easiest way to think about their arguments and positions is ...
  38. Budgeting

    Laid Off? You Can Still Retire

    Joblessness is temporary, but neglecting your retirement savings has permanent consequences.
  39. Home & Auto

    Calculating The Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction

    The amount of money you save by paying your mortgage off quickly will far exceed any benefit from the mortgage interest tax deduction.
  40. Investing Basics

    The Auction Method: How NYSE Stock Prices are Set

    The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), sometimes referred to as “the big board,” is the oldest and largest stock exchange in the United States. NYSE is the place investors think of when they picture ...
  41. Retirement

    The Generation Gap

    Studies suggest that young workers may not be able to retire comfortably - or at all.
  42. Insurance

    Will Filing An Insurance Claim Raise Your Rates?

    An accident can mean higher insurance costs - even if it wasn't your fault.
  43. Home & Auto

    5 Mistakes That Make House Flipping A Flop

    If you're just looking to get rich quick, you could end up in the poorhouse.
  44. Home & Auto

    The Truth About Real Estate Prices

    Historical housing price data suggests ongoing increases in housing prices, but these numbers don't tell the whole truth.
  45. Budgeting

    Why Some Kids Never Leave The Nest

    Giving your children a free ride can be costly for both of you.
  46. Budgeting

    A Day Without Spending, A Lifetime's Worth Of Lessons

    Financial guru Suze Orman once challenged her fans to go a day without spending any money. Here are the lessons learned from this exercise.
  47. Personal Finance

    5 Financial Lessons You Must Teach Your Kids

    Teach your kids the relationship between work, money and achieving financial goals with these five simple lessons.
  48. Professionals

    How To Work In Financial Communications

    The surest way to develop a career in financial communications is to blend together the right mix of talent, education, persistence and hard work.
  49. Budgeting

    When Financial Crisis Strikes The Bank Of Mom And Dad

    If you really want your kids to learn to be financially responsible adults, it's time to stop giving them money.
  50. Investing News

    Quantitative Easing: Does It Work?

    This controversial monetary policy has been used by some of the world's most powerful economies. But does it work?
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