Daniel Kurt

Daniel Kurt is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance writer whose work has appeared in a variety of well known media outlets. His professional interests include educating everyday investors, covering interesting business trends and interviewing some of North America's most dynamic executives. He has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a Master's degree in Communication.

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  1. Retirement

    6 Surprising Facts About Retirement

    With the shift away from pensions, workers are becoming more responsible for their own retirement needs. Unfortunately, many ...
  2. High Net Worth Strategy

    Salary Secrets: What is Considered a Big Raise?

    A 4 percent pay increase may not sound huge, but it's actually better than most.
  3. Career / Compensation

    What Is the Average Income in the U.S.?

    Information about average income and salary in the United States. It's finally on the rise after years of stagnant wages, ...
  4. College Costs

    In-State College: Where is it Most Affordable?

    According to a new report, a state’s cost of living has a big impact on whether parents there will be able to afford the ...
  5. Retirement Living

    The Most Desirable States for Retirees

    LPL Financial used a mix of factors to rate the top states for pre-retirees. The results? Not your typical sunbelt destinations.
  6. Senior Care

    New Health Bill: Poverty-Level Seniors Could Spend Half of Income on Insurance

    The American Health Care Act, if passed, would strip away some of the protections that make insurance affordable for low-income ...
  7. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Getting a Mortgage for Non U.S. Citizens

    Many banks and mortgage companies offer conventional and FHA home loans to non-U.S. citizens, if they can verify their work ...
  8. Marriage / Divorce

    Postnuptial Agreements: More Couples Signing Them, Are They Enforceable?

    Postnuptial agreements let married couples set the terms for a divorce ahead of time. But not all states allow them.
  9. Budgeting & Savings

    The Best Time to Book a Flight From the U.S.

    Airline tickets go on sale as much as 11 months in advance, but the best time to book a flight from the U.S. is usually during ...
  10. Real Estate

    Buying a House on a Single Income

    Thanks to low-down-payment programs, buying a house on a single income is possible even if you’re not wealthy. Here’s what ...
  11. College Costs

    Interest Rates Rising on Student Loans, Starting July 1

    Federal student loan interest rates will rise as of July 1, Non-freshman have less than a month to borrow at the old rates.
  12. Markets & Economy

    What Exactly is a Socialist Economy?

    Socialism's role in the world has changed dramatically in the last several decades.
  13. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Does paying my utility bills on time improve my credit score?

    The bad news for consumers is that, typically, utility bills only appear on a credit report when they're delinquent. In most ...
  14. Investing

    What is finance?

    Finance is a broad term that describes two related activities: the study of how money is managed and the actual process of ...
  15. Laws & Regulations

    8 Federal Laws that Protect Employees

    By federal law, American employees enjoy many legal protections that– among other things– provide a minimal level of income ...
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