1. Personal Finance

    5 Richest Women In The U.S.

    Here's a list of the richest women in the U.S.
  2. Economics

    7 Misconceptions About The Federal Reserve

    There are many fallacies about the Fed. The following misconceptions are among the most popular.
  3. Personal Finance

    Costs To Own The Most Popular Pets

    In the U.S., 62% of households have pets. These are some of the most common pets in the U.S. and the average costs associated with raising them.
  4. Personal Finance

    4 Of The Wealthiest Young Heiresses

    These 20 and 30-something heiresses are active socialites, businesswomen, investors, and philanthropists and hail from countries around the world.
  5. Personal Finance

    Make Money Fast From The New 'Sharing Economy'

    The sharing economy has introduced a whole new way to earn a few extra dollars each month.
  6. Personal Finance

    6 People Who Own Private Islands

    Here are some of the more notable individuals who purchased their own islands.
  7. Investing Basics

    Calculating Risk and Reward

    Investing money into the investment markets has a high degree of risk, and if you're going to take the risk, the amount of money you stand to gain needs to be big.
  8. Personal Finance

    5 Expensive Hobbies

    Here's a list of some of the most expensive hobbies.
  9. Personal Finance

    5 Everyday Items Invented By Nasa

    NASA innovation is responsible for some amazing feats. Many technologies invented by NASA have been applied to common, everyday items.
  10. Budgeting

    Top Receipts To Keep In Your Files

    When you set up your receipt-filing system, be sure to have envelopes or folders for these 7 categories. You could save yourself some significant money.
  11. Budgeting

    Keeping Your Receipts

    When is it a good idea to keep receipts? Here are 6 good reasons why it's worth the trouble, tips on which ones to keep and easy ways to make it happen.
  12. Budgeting

    Do You Need A Rent Receipt?

    Landlords don't always bother to send receipts to renters. But there are important reasons renters should insist on getting proof they paid their rent.
  13. Personal Finance

    5 Top-Grossing Broadway Musicals

    These long-running musicals have brought in a lot of cash.
  14. Retirement

    401(k) Plans: Roth or Regular?

    How to decide which type of 401(k) retirement savings plan makes the most sense for you. Or should you hedge your bets and sign up for both?
  15. Retirement

    Strategies For Your Roth 401(k)

    A Roth 401(k) can add much to your retirement funds, especially if you start saving early and end up doing well financially. Here are the steps to take.
  16. Retirement

    Smart Ways To Manage Your 401(k)

    Now that 401(k)s have put managing retirement money into employees' hands, you can't just contribute and forget it. How to keep top of your funds.
  17. Entrepreneurship

    5 Businesses That Started During A Recession

    These companies found success despite being started during economic downturns.
  18. Credit & Loans

    Getting A Car Title Loan

    This loan-of-last-resort uses your car as collateral and features very high interest rates and fees. Be extremely wary of even considering one.
  19. Retirement

    Start Saving With A Roth 401(k)

    Here are the steps to take if you want to choose – and make the most of – a Roth 401(k) as you save for retirement.
  20. Insurance

    Cheap Car Insurance For College Students

    6 ways to get the best car insurance quotes during those years when insurance companies rate you as a high-risk customer.
  21. Taxes

    Using The Social Security Website To Get Answers

    The Social Security website is full of useful information. To save you time, here's a guide – and links – to finding answers to the most common questions.
  22. Credit & Loans

    Time To Consolidate Your Student Loans?

    Use these strategies to decide whether consolidating your student loans makes sense for you – and what to do next if it does.
  23. Personal Finance

    Types Of Social Security Benefits

    Social Security isn't just for the retired. It also pays benefits to the disabled, widows and widowers, children, stepchildren, divorced spouses and more.
  24. Personal Finance

    Understanding The Social Security Website

    Go to ssa.gov for all things Social Security. To comply with the Plain Writing Act of 2010, its information was rewritten to make it easier to understand.
  25. Personal Finance

    Who Pays Your Social Security Benefits?

    The short answer is, current earners. Taxes on current wages pay the Social Security benefits of retirees, the disabled, children and other beneficiaries.
  26. Insurance

    Medicaid Vs. Medicare

    Medicare and Medicaid only sound similar. Medicaid doesn't require being 65 or disabled to get benefits. Some low-income seniors can qualify for both.
  27. Fundamental Analysis

    Is The Gold Pain Over?

    After falling more than 13%, gold has staged a rebound but is that for fundamental reasons or the work of value investors? Will gold reward investors who didn't give up or is there more pain ahead?
  28. Active Trading

    5 Economic Changes That Fatten Your Grocery Bill

    Global economic conditions are working to bloat our food costs. And for many, even the smallest increase in food prices can spoil the family budget.
  29. Personal Finance

    How To Apply For Unemployment Insurance

    Unemployment compensation is a federal program administered by each state. Here's how to connect to your state's unemployment office and what to expect.
  30. Personal Finance

    Help! My Unemployment Benefits Are Running Out

    Don't wait for your unemployment insurance to expire before planning what to do if you haven't found a new job yet.
  31. Insurance

    The Employee's Guide To Medicare

    Over 65 and still working? You're eligible to register for Medicare, but should you also opt for your employer's health insurance, if it is offered?
  32. Insurance

    Medigap Vs. Medicare Advantage: Which Is Better?

    To protect against a huge bill for health costs Medicare doesn't cover, you need Medigap insurance or an HMO-like Medicare Advantage plan. How to choose.
  33. Personal Finance

    The Price Of Produce Is Sky Rocketing – Here's How To Save

    According to the Wall Street Journal, the price of produce is rising fast. Lettuce is projected to jump more than 30% in the coming months, avocados will rise 28%, and broccoli—22%.
  34. Personal Finance

    7 Ways To Save On Prescription Drugs

    If you have quality insurance you may not notice but if you don’t, you know that the price of prescription drugs is high. Here are seven ways to help reign in the costs.
  35. Investing News

    8 Stages Of New Drug Development

    Understanding biotech data isn't easy. What is a clinical trial, what are the various phases, and why do the results of these trials and applications often create double-digit moves in the price of the ...
  36. Investing News

    The Mobile Device Market is Undergoing a Seismic Shift

    Gone are the days when consumers lined up en masse to purchase $600 phones. Today, the consumer is looking towards more budget-minded solutions.
  37. Forex Education

    Bitcoin May Be The Currency Of The Future

    Forget the dollar or the euro. Bitcoin may be the next big currency to hit the world.
  38. Credit & Loans

    5 Ways To Increase Your Chances Of Getting A Job After College

    Reports show that new college grads are either unemployed or under employed. Here's how to increase your chances of getting a job.
  39. Personal Finance

    The Financial Fallout Of The DOMA Repeal For Same-Sex Couples

    The recent Supreme Court decision to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act has paved the way for same-sex couples to enjoy the same federal benefits as opposite-sex couples.
  40. Retirement

    What Is The Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) And ...

    Unless you are a government employee, you’ve likely never heard of the Federal Employees Retirement System, but if you work in the public sector or plan to in the near future, FERS is an acronym you will ...
  41. Investing News

    Big Pharma Faces 'Pay For Delay' Lawsuits

    Unless you follow the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors, it’s likely that you’ve never heard of pay to delay. Instead of planning to lose nearly all revenue once the drug goes off patent, the company ...
  42. Stock Analysis

    Why Did Google Want Waze so Badly?

    Google acquired Waze on June 11. Why does the company want this single app so badly?
  43. Stock Analysis

    How To Interpret Thursday's Supreme Court Ruling Involving ...

    Thursday's Supreme Court ruling is a blow to Myriad but investors haven't yet digested the ruling.
  44. Economics

    The Yen Is Setting Up To Be An Attractive Long-Term Investment

    As Japan embarks on quantitative easing, the yen has come under pressure. Will it continue to be the source of big profits in the latter half of 2013?
  45. Investing Basics

    Behavioral Bias - Cognitive Vs. Emotional Bias In Investing

    We all have biases. The key to better investing is to identify those biases and create rules to minimize their effect.
  46. Economics

    Is It Time to Invest in Australia?

    Australia a country rich in natural resources and one increasingly gaining attention from investors. Is it time to put some of your international allocation to work in Australia?
  47. Investing News

    Fact Sheet: What Is The Fortune 500 List?

    The Fortune 500 is a list most have heard of but don't know much about. Here, we present the basics with a few interesting facts.
  48. Investing News

    Sell In May – Yay Or Nay?

    Seasonal timing in the market, best personified by the adage, “Sell in May – Go away,” has long been the subject of debate among investors. The question remains: Is there anything to it?
  49. Investing Basics

    4 Behavioral Biases And How To Avoid Them

    Here are four common common behavioral biases for traders and how to minimize their effects on your portoflio.
  50. Taxes

    How The 2014 Obama Budget Could Affect Your Finances

    Depending on which estimate you believe, Obama's proposed budget would raise the tax bill of a household with a yearly income of $50,000 to $75,000 between $63 and $100 per year. However, that’s not all ...