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  1. Health Insurance Tips For College Students
    Insurance

    Health Insurance Tips For College Students

    Why buy for health insurance when your parents' policy can cover you? Read on to avoid paying twice.
  2. 8 Steps To An Organized Financial Life
    Savings

    8 Steps To An Organized Financial Life

    Check out these eight easy steps that can help you take the confusion out of your personal finances
  3. Get Sale Prices On Healthcare With Discount Plans
    Insurance

    Get Sale Prices On Healthcare With Discount Plans

    Medical discount plans can help the uninsured or underinsured afford better healthcare.
  4. Is Your Insurance Company Going Belly Up?
    Home & Auto

    Is Your Insurance Company Going Belly Up?

    When insurance companies go bankrupt or face financial difficulty, it's bad news for policy holders.
  5. New Home Repair Troubleshooting
    Home & Auto

    New Home Repair Troubleshooting

    Think a new home means no repairs? Think again. Learn about common repair and maintenance items and how to cut your costs.
  6. New Credit Scoring Forgives Small Debt
    Credit & Loans

    New Credit Scoring Forgives Small Debt

    FICO 08 means that certain types of old debt won't affect your credit score, but it's not all good news.
  7. Learn More About Your Investments: Using XBRL In EDGAR
    Investing

    Learn More About Your Investments: Using XBRL In EDGAR

    This data-tagging system makes it easier than ever to research and analyze companies' financial information.
  8. Free Financial Counseling Programs For Students
    Budgeting

    Free Financial Counseling Programs For Students

    Learning to manage your money is no easy task, but there are plenty of resources designed especially to help.
  9. Create Your Own Social Security Fund
    Retirement

    Create Your Own Social Security Fund

    The government's Social Security program may not last forever - be prepared by setting up your own.
  10. With HO5 Insurance, You're In Charge
    Insurance

    With HO5 Insurance, You're In Charge

    This home insurance covers everything and will put the onus on your insurance provider.
  11. How A Bad Roommate Can Ruin Your Credit Score
    Personal Finance

    How A Bad Roommate Can Ruin Your Credit Score

    Living with someone can cut your expenses, but in addition to not doing the dishes, your roommate may do serious damage to your credit.
  12. Concierge Healthcare: The Pros and Cons Of Having A Doctor ...
    Home & Auto

    Concierge Healthcare: The Pros and Cons Of Having A Doctor ...

    Concierge healthcare can mean extra attention from your doctor when you need it, but it isn't the best substitute for health insurance.
  13. 8 Tips To Help You Control Holiday Spending
    Budgeting

    8 Tips To Help You Control Holiday Spending

    These tips will have you singing "Joy to the World" well into the New Year.
  14. Take Advantage Of A Housing Crisis - Rent!
    Budgeting

    Take Advantage Of A Housing Crisis - Rent!

    When a housing crisis strikes, the big winners are often the renters.
  15. Free Car Payment Insurance: What's The Catch?
    Budgeting

    Free Car Payment Insurance: What's The Catch?

    Many dealers are offering payment protection plans on new cars. Are they right for you?
  16. The Short Squeeze Method
    Active Trading Fundamentals

    The Short Squeeze Method

    The short squeezed strategy can be risky - but also very rewarding - for those who master it.
  17. Investing In Fine Wine
    Options & Futures

    Investing In Fine Wine

    If you fail to uncork profits in this market, you can always toast your loss.
  18. The Benefits Of An Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Degree
    Professionals

    The Benefits Of An Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Degree

    Accelerating your post-secondary education can save you major time and money.
  19. Online MBA Programs: Study From Home And Succeed!
    Professionals

    Online MBA Programs: Study From Home And Succeed!

    The freedoms available with online MBA programs can outweigh the hardships. Find out if an online program is right for you.
  20. Executive MBA Programs: Managers Going Back To School
    Professionals

    Executive MBA Programs: Managers Going Back To School

    If you're working in management and want to move forward in your career,this degree may give you the boost you're looking for.
  21. Shuffle Away Your Debt With Balance Transfers
    Credit & Loans

    Shuffle Away Your Debt With Balance Transfers

    This option can save you big bucks, but only if you watch out for rates and fees.
  22. Earn A Holiday Bonus Through Energy Savings
    Budgeting

    Earn A Holiday Bonus Through Energy Savings

    You can enjoy the festive season without a jolly increase in your energy costs. We'll show you how.
  23. Sell Your Skills, Not Your Degree
    Professionals

    Sell Your Skills, Not Your Degree

    If you want to switch careers, you may not have to go back to school to do it.
  24. Lose 10 Pounds Of Overspending
    Budgeting

    Lose 10 Pounds Of Overspending

    Bad spending habits are not always obvious. What could you be doing to ensure that your money's going where it should?
  25. 6 Steps To Becoming A Real Estate Agent
    Home & Auto

    6 Steps To Becoming A Real Estate Agent

    Take these steps seriously, and you'll have your first "sold" sign up with your savings account still intact.
  26. Save On College Budget Busters
    Credit & Loans

    Save On College Budget Busters

    Post-secondary education is expensive, but these tips can help reduce your costs - and the amount of money you have to borrow.
  27. Your Kid's College Loan: Who Should Foot The Bill?
    Credit & Loans

    Your Kid's College Loan: Who Should Foot The Bill?

    Discover the federal student loan options for both parents and students.
  28. Budgeting When You're Broke
    Budgeting

    Budgeting When You're Broke

    When you're short on cash, a strict budget is the best tool for finding financial stability.
  29. A Double Undergrad Can Cost You Your MBA
    Professionals

    A Double Undergrad Can Cost You Your MBA

    At college, many students prefer to do a double undergrad to broaden their education, but this can hinder you - financially and professionally - in the long run.
  30. Insuring A Credit Card Against Job Loss
    Options & Futures

    Insuring A Credit Card Against Job Loss

    Involuntary unemployment credit card insurance may help if you're laid off, but it may just help your credit card company.
  31. Newlyweds? Tips For Filing Your Tax Return
    Taxes

    Newlyweds? Tips For Filing Your Tax Return

    For many couples, it pays to file for taxes together. But what are some of the obstacles you should watch out for?
  32. 3 MBA Double Majors That Boost Your Value
    Professionals

    3 MBA Double Majors That Boost Your Value

    Find out how to fast track with a double major, and give you career the edge it needs.
  33. Paying For College In An Economic Downturn
    Options & Futures

    Paying For College In An Economic Downturn

    There are many ways to fund a child's education including loans, scholarships, grants and protecting your investments.
  34. Have A Charming (And Cheap) Wedding
    Budgeting

    Have A Charming (And Cheap) Wedding

    Learn how to have the wedding you've always wanted ... without going broke.
  35. Government Financial Careers: What To Expect
    Professionals

    Government Financial Careers: What To Expect

    Government careers paths can offer you the variety of the private sector with added job security and benefits.
  36. 2 Ways To Finish Undergraduate And MBA Programs Faster
    Budgeting

    2 Ways To Finish Undergraduate And MBA Programs Faster

    Testing out of courses and challenging course credit decisions can allow you to save money and time at college.
  37. Student Borrowing: University Payment Plans Vs. Federal ...
    Credit & Loans

    Student Borrowing: University Payment Plans Vs. Federal ...

    University payment plans are a great option for reducing student loan borrowing, but only if you know the details.
  38. When Paying Off Debt With Your 401(K) Makes Sense
    Savings

    When Paying Off Debt With Your 401(K) Makes Sense

    The experts warn against touching your retirement savings early, but there are situations where it is the best financial decision.
  39. House Price Vs. Interest Rate: Which Is More Important?
    Credit & Loans

    House Price Vs. Interest Rate: Which Is More Important?

    Deciding which factor is more important can make a difference in monthly payments, ability to move and Homowners Association fees.
  40. Student Debt: Is Bankruptcy The Answer?
    Budgeting

    Student Debt: Is Bankruptcy The Answer?

    Student loans can be a huge financial burden, but bankruptcy won't necessarily save you from paying.
  41. Read Credit Card Correspondence And Save
    Budgeting

    Read Credit Card Correspondence And Save

    Throwing out the mail your credit card company sends you may be the same as throwing away money.
  42. Delayed Interest: Buy More, Pay Much More Later
    Budgeting

    Delayed Interest: Buy More, Pay Much More Later

    Find out the real cost of buying on a delayed interest plan.
  43. Students, Get More Bang For Your Textbook Dollars
    Budgeting

    Students, Get More Bang For Your Textbook Dollars

    Find out how to keep the cost of your textbooks from approaching your tuition expenses.
  44. Top Tax Refunds For Recent Grads
    Taxes

    Top Tax Refunds For Recent Grads

    Don't miss out on these tax credits if you have recently graduated.
  45. Getting Your Name Off A Cosigned Loan
    Credit & Loans

    Getting Your Name Off A Cosigned Loan

    If your friend or relative has proved to be irresponsible, getting out of the cosigned loan can improve your financial security and options for borrowing.
  46. 6 Tips For Renting An Apartment
    Personal Finance

    6 Tips For Renting An Apartment

    Find out what you can do to find a fabulous apartment to fit your budget.
  47. Don't Let Inaccurate Tax Forms Get You Audited!
    Taxes

    Don't Let Inaccurate Tax Forms Get You Audited!

    Copying in numbers directly from your tax forms can end up with you paying more (or less) taxes than you owe.
  48. Why You Should Itemize Your Tax Deductions
    Taxes

    Why You Should Itemize Your Tax Deductions

    This strategy of moving your tax deductable payments and donations to the following year could mean hundreds more on your return.
  49. Are You Ready To Buy A House?
    Home & Auto

    Are You Ready To Buy A House?

    There are a number of factors, aside from cost, that you should think about before buying a new house.
  50. 8 Steps To An Organized Financial Life
    Budgeting

    8 Steps To An Organized Financial Life

    Disorganization makes planning difficult, and that can cost you big time.
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