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  1. Personal Finance

    How Safe Is Traveling To Colombia?

    Colombia was a violent country in the 1980s and 1990s. Is it now safe for tourists to visit its mountains, beaches and lush jungle, and explore its ruins?
  2. Personal Finance

    Visiting Las Vegas? 5 Money Saving Tips

    What "stays in Vegas" shouldn't include more of your money than necessary. Some ways to keep your Vegas budget within limits; the rest is up to you.
  3. Taxes

    Getting U.S. Tax Deductions On Foreign Real Estate

    If your home or second home is not in the United States, you can still get U.S. tax deductions. How many and what kind depends on whether you also rent it.
  4. Savings

    Which Are The Best Credit Cards To Take To China?

    Credit cards are now much more widely accepted in China – and one issuer leads the pack, due to its deal with China UnionPay, the Chinese bankcard network.
  5. Trading Systems & Software

    What Is A Trader's Worst Nightmare?

    A little preparation will make sure you protect your trading space from everyday
  6. Retirement

    Be An Expat The Easy Way: Relocation Services!

    A good relocation service can greatly ease the stress of moving abroad. Here's what to make sure it does – and what you need to do to prepare the way.
  7. Personal Finance

    5 Money-Saving Tips For Visiting China

    The most expensive part of visiting China is getting there. To save your budget once you arrive, try these strategies.
  8. Retirement

    Retire in the Caribbean: Top Islands For Expats

    Palm trees, turquoise waters, white-sand beaches – but which Caribbean island is best for retirement? Here's what we learned.
  9. Retirement

    Retiring In Mexico? The 5 Top Cities

    If retiring in Mexico is on your bucket list, check out these cities and regions for a range of cultures and climates.
  10. Retirement

    How Cheap Is Retiring In Mexico?

    A comfortable life in Mexico can be remarkably affordable. Here's what you can expect to pay.
  11. Retirement

    Retiring In the Philippines? Try These Top Cities

    Four cities in different regions of the Philippines that offer a range of activities and settings, along with good healthcare and a lively expat community.
  12. Personal Finance

    Visit Latin America's Safest, Cheapest Countries

    Tourism is surging in Latin America. Its safest countries rank higher on the Global Peace Index than the United States and have a lower cost of living.
  13. Budgeting

    Bring Money! Most Expensive Countries For Tourists

    If you've longed to see the Alps, Norway's fiords, Tivoli Gardens or the Great Barrier Reef, how to manage visiting the world's 4 priciest countries.
  14. Entrepreneurship

    The Best (And Worst) Countries To Be An Entrepreneur

    Where you start a business can influence its success. This new World Bank study will help you find the most – and least – favorable economic climates.
  15. Retirement

    Retiring In Europe? Check Out These Countries

    If retiring in Europe has always been your fantasy, you can make it a reality. Four countries that top the good-for-expats list.
  16. Retirement

    Retiring In Spain: 5 Best Cities For Expats

    Retirees seeking a rich cultural mix, temperate climate, low living costs, good healthcare, beaches and even skiing will find Spain an appealing option.
  17. Retirement

    Could Being A Landlord Pay For Your Retirement?

    If you have the money to buy them and the energy to run them – or the funds to pay a good manager – rental properties can help pay for your retirement.
  18. Personal Finance

    The Cheapest Way To Travel To (And In) Europe

    Europe is a dream destination for many, but it doesn't have to be out of reach. Here are tips on how to see Europe on the cheap.
  19. Retirement

    Savings Needed To Retire Abroad

    How much do you need to have saved for a comfortable retirement in another country? Here are figures for 5 popular expat havens around the world.
  20. Retirement

    How Does A Reverse Mortgage Work?

    The basics of getting a reverse mortgage, with detailed information on how to qualify and what to watch out for.
  21. Investing

    Short Sale Strategies For Buyers And Investors

    Here's how to figure out if you will make money on buying a short-sale property – and when to steer clear of a deal that's too good to be true.
  22. Retirement

    The 5 Countries With The Best Retirement Plans

    Which 5 Countries offer the best retirement plans to their citizens? They're not all in Europe.
  23. Investing

    Find Short-Sale Listings

    Short sales can sometimes get you a property at below-market cost. Here's a quick guide on how to locate short-sale listings in your area.
  24. Retirement

    Steps To Retiring With A Reverse Mortgage

    Follow this simple six-step guide to investigating a reverse mortgage. And be sure to compare it to other ways home equity can help fund your retirement.
  25. Savings

    Which Credit Cards Are Best For A Small Business?

    Even the best business cards aren't all alike. Choose the card – or cards – with features that yield the most for how your company operates.
  26. Retirement

    5 Top Alternatives To A Reverse Mortgage

    If you have substantial home equity and don't want to do a reverse mortgage to tap it for retirement expenses, cost out these viable alternatives.
  27. Retirement

    Reverse Mortgage Or Home-Equity Loan?

    If you have equity in your home and need more cash in retirement, a reverse mortgage – or home-equity loan or line of credit – is an obvious option.
  28. Retirement

    Retire Abroad: Cosmopolitan Cities

    The top 10 best choices worldwide if you want to retire abroad to enjoy a big-city lifestyle, but still have a lower cost of living.
  29. Retirement

    Plan Your Retirement Abroad

    A real-world, step-by-step guide to making that dream of retiring abroad a reality – from visas to housing to healthcare and more.
  30. Term

    Debt-To-Income Ratio - DTI

    A personal finance measure that compares an individual's debt payments to the income he or she generates.
  31. Home & Auto

    Rent-To-Own Homes: How The Process Works

    Here's what to watch for when negotiating a contract for a rent-to-own home – and who is a good candidate for this option.
  32. Home & Auto

    Who Should Buy 'Rent To Own'

    The monthly payments sound small, but they add up. Here's how "rent to own" works and who might benefit from it. Or not.
  33. Home & Auto

    Finding Rent-To-Own Homes

    Rent to own can be a route to owning your own home. But searching can be costly and complicated, and leases may have pitfalls. How to protect yourself.
  34. Retirement

    What Does Retirement Abroad Cost?

    There's no set amount. Generally, smaller places and less developed countries offer the best bargains, but factor in your lifestyle and plane trips home.
  35. Credit & Loans

    Commercial Real Estate Loans

    Obtaining a commercial real estate loan is quite different from borrowing for residential real estate. Here's what to expect and how to get what you need.
  36. Retirement

    Retirement: U.S. Vs. Abroad

    Which option would make more sense for you: retiring abroad or staying at home in the U.S.? A look at the advantages and disadvantages of each route.
  37. Retirement

    Retirement Abroad: 5 Unexpected Foreign Cities

    If retiring abroad is your dream, here are some less well known destinations where the culture is rich; the scenery, lovely – and the dollar strong.
  38. Budgeting

    Finding Per Diem Rates

    Here's why per diem rates differ so widely and how to find the rate for your business destination. Also check the IRS high-low method, another option.
  39. Budgeting

    Understanding 'Per Diem'

    Per diem is one method for reimbursing employees for business-travel expenses. Companies using the per diem method must follow specific government rates.
  40. Term

    Commercial Real Estate Loan

    definition of a commercial real estate loan
  41. Investing Basics

    What exactly is being done when shares are bought and sold?

    Most stocks are traded on physical or virtual exchanges. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), for example, is a physical exchange where some trades are placed manually on a trading floor (other trading ...
  42. Investing Basics

    What is the formula for calculating the current ratio?

    Find out how to calculate the current ratio and what that result can tell you about a potential investment.
  43. Investing

    What is the difference between arbitrage and speculation?

    Arbitrage and speculation are very different strategies. Arbitrage involves the simultaneous buying and selling of an asset in order to profit from small differences in price. Often, arbitrageurs buy stock ...
  44. Home & Auto

    10 Habits Of Successful Real Estate Investors

    We'll look at ten habits that help real estate investors build a solid real estate portfolio.
  45. Budgeting

    5 Ways To Buy A Used Car

    Buying a used car usually takes a little extra effort, but it can save most buyers a considerable amount of money.
  46. Entrepreneurship

    Understanding The National Association Of Realtors

    Not every real estate agent or broker is a realtor. Here's what the difference is and why working with a member of the NAR might matter to you.
  47. Investing Basics

    What is the formula for calculating the debt-to-equity ratio?

    Find out how to use this fundamental financial ratio to help assess a company's performance.
  48. Credit & Loans

    Reverse Mortgage Pros And Cons

    It's a way to use your home equity for help when you're older. But does it make sense for your family? Here's how to tell and how to protect your spouse.
  49. Personal Finance

    6 Shockingly Dangerous Jobs

    These professions might not garner the shock and awe that comes from working in the obviously risky occupations, but these six jobs are surprisingly dangerous.
  50. Investing Basics

    How long can you short sell for?

    When an investor or trader enters a short position, he or she does so with the intention of profiting from falling prices. This is the opposite of a traditional long position where an investor hopes to ...
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