Ana Gonzalez Ribeiro

  1. The Basics Of Travel Insurance
    Insurance

    The Basics Of Travel Insurance

    Before going on your trip, find out what kind of insurance coverage you will need.
  2. Is Loan Protection Insurance Right For You?
    Insurance

    Is Loan Protection Insurance Right For You?

    This coverage can keep you from defaulting on your loans when you're in financial trouble.
  3. Best ETFs For An Early Retirement
    Personal Finance

    Best ETFs For An Early Retirement

    Based on today's markets, which ETFs could you buy in 2013 that'll provide the best opportunity for an early retirement?
  4. How To Change Last Year's Spending Habits
    Personal Finance

    How To Change Last Year's Spending Habits

    With a little motivation and persistence 2013 can be the year you get your spending under control.
  5. Can Regular Investors Beat The Market?
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    Can Regular Investors Beat The Market?

    With the big name competition out there, hard-working people who invest have a tough time beating the market.
  6. Businesses You Can Start For Under $1,000
    Entrepreneurship

    Businesses You Can Start For Under $1,000

    Freelance writing and consulting are just some of the small businesses that you can start with less than $1,000.
  7. Top TV Moments Of The Past 50 Years
    Personal Finance

    Top TV Moments Of The Past 50 Years

    Here are some major events that resonated with television audiences.
  8. How Entrepreneurs Can Save On Taxes
    Entrepreneurship

    How Entrepreneurs Can Save On Taxes

    These commonly overlooked tax breaks and deductions can add up to big savings for entrepreneurs.
  9. Female Entrepreneurs Who Overcame Hardship
    Entrepreneurship

    Female Entrepreneurs Who Overcame Hardship

    These three female entrepreneurs overcame difficult pasts to start and nurture their own businesses.
  10. Spotting Credit-Repair Scams
    Credit & Loans

    Spotting Credit-Repair Scams

    Credit repair scams are common in today's debt-reliant world. Don't be a victim!
  11. Fighting Back Against Collection Lawsuits
    Credit & Loans

    Fighting Back Against Collection Lawsuits

    There are still options available to those being pursued by a creditor.
  12. Should Having A Private Pension Be Made Mandatory?
    Retirement

    Should Having A Private Pension Be Made Mandatory?

    Aging baby boomers will cause a strain on Social Security, but what can the U.S. do to ensure that the whole system doesn't fail?
  13. Life Insurance Policies For Stay-At-Home Moms
    Insurance

    Life Insurance Policies For Stay-At-Home Moms

    Here's a rundown of whether or not it is worth it to purchase life insurance if you are a stay-at-home mom.
  14. Retirement Tips For Single-Income Homes
    Retirement

    Retirement Tips For Single-Income Homes

    Saving for retirement when only one member of a family earns an income can be difficult. Here are some retirement planning tips for single income homes.
  15. The Most Financially Literate Countries
    Personal Finance

    The Most Financially Literate Countries

    Brazil topped the list as having the most financially literate population, followed by Mexico, Australia, United States and Canada.
  16. How Many Credit Cards Should You Carry?
    Credit & Loans

    How Many Credit Cards Should You Carry?

    If you have ever wondered whether you should carry one, two or more cards, read on and we'll tell you.
  17. Scary Statistics About Retirement For Women
    Budgeting

    Scary Statistics About Retirement For Women

    Here are some recent figures that highlight how women are preparing for retirement.
  18. Teaching Kids About Financial Literacy
    Budgeting

    Teaching Kids About Financial Literacy

    Financial literacy is an important subject to teach kids. It is now being taught in some schools.
  19. Consumer Protection Laws You Need To Know
    Personal Finance

    Consumer Protection Laws You Need To Know

    Knowing these which consumer protection law can help you in particular situations can save you time, money and stress.
  20. Cheapest Homes In America
    Budgeting

    Cheapest Homes In America

    Here are the cities in the U.S. that offer the best home prices.
  21. Filing Taxes As A Freelancer
    Taxes

    Filing Taxes As A Freelancer

    This is different than filing as a regular employee. Find out what you have to do and how much you have to pay.
  22. How Women Can Take Charge Of Their Retirement
    Budgeting

    How Women Can Take Charge Of Their Retirement

    Ladies, you don't need a man to take care of your own retirement future. Read on to see how you can do it yourself. It's not too late to start today.
  23. Women Are Gaining Investing Confidence
    Investing Basics

    Women Are Gaining Investing Confidence

    Women may go about investing in a different way than men, but they are not as risk averse as commonly believed.
  24. Creative Ways To Overcome Student Debt
    Credit & Loans

    Creative Ways To Overcome Student Debt

    There's many available student debt repayment options and strategies, such as student loan initiatives and loan consolidation plans.
  25. Will Low Retirement Ages Last Forever?
    Retirement

    Will Low Retirement Ages Last Forever?

    We tell you which countries have low retirement ages and how does it affects their economy.
  26. Dream Jobs That Are Attainable
    Professionals

    Dream Jobs That Are Attainable

    As Confucius once said, "Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life."
  27. Financial Designations That Lead To The Highest-Paying Jobs
    Professionals

    Financial Designations That Lead To The Highest-Paying Jobs

    Not only do these finance careers pay high salaries, they're also in high demand.
  28. 2011: The Year Of Fees
    Budgeting

    2011: The Year Of Fees

    The recession didn't stop major banks and airlines from trying to impose extra fees on Americans.
  29. Facing Co-Op Bankruptcy
    Options & Futures

    Facing Co-Op Bankruptcy

    Co-op investors can often be penalized for other people's actions. Read on to learn about the most common types of co-op default.
  30. Are CDs Good Protection For The Bear Market?
    Insurance

    Are CDs Good Protection For The Bear Market?

    Certificates of deposit promise stable income in any market, but do they deliver?
  31. The Build-Your-Own College Scholarship Plan
    Personal Finance

    The Build-Your-Own College Scholarship Plan

    These alternatives to college and university scholarship programs can greatly ease a student's financial burden.
  32. Financial Villains: Where Are They Now?
    Brokers

    Financial Villains: Where Are They Now?

    We check in with these news-making fraudsters to see whether they cleaned up their acts after a decade or more.
  33. Taxes

    "Temporary" Taxes That Stuck

    Taxpayers should be wary when a new "temporary tax" is introduced. Sometimes these temporary taxes are anything but.
  34. Lending Clubs: Better Than Banks?
    Options & Futures

    Lending Clubs: Better Than Banks?

    If you need to borrow money and your credit is making it tough, this new option may be just what you're looking for.
  35. The Bear On Bonds
    Home & Auto

    The Bear On Bonds

    Bond investing is a stable and low-risk way to diversify a portfolio. However, knowing which types of bonds are right for you is not always easy.
  36. Best Buy Betting On House Brands
    Stock Analysis

    Best Buy Betting On House Brands

    Best Buy uses its house brands strategically, but is this hurting the company or helping it to stay on top?
  37. 401(k) Predators: Don't Become Prey
    Retirement

    401(k) Predators: Don't Become Prey

    Be leery of "free" financial education sessions - the providers may not be working in your best interest.
  38. Greenshoe Options: An IPO's Best Friend
    Options & Futures

    Greenshoe Options: An IPO's Best Friend

    Find out how companies can save or boost their public offering price with these options.
  39. Life Lesson No. 1: Avoid College Scholarship Fraud
    Personal Finance

    Life Lesson No. 1: Avoid College Scholarship Fraud

    When families get desperate to scrape together college funds, they may fall prey to scammers.
  40. Who Backs Up The FDIC?
    Options & Futures

    Who Backs Up The FDIC?

    The FDIC insures depositors against loss, but what happens if it runs out of money?