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  1. 5 Ways To Financially Prepare For A Natural Disaster
    Insurance

    5 Ways To Financially Prepare For A Natural Disaster

    Make sure you've got these tips covered before Mother Nature strikes.
  2. Should You Buy Facebook When It's Cheap?
    Investing News

    Should You Buy Facebook When It's Cheap?

    Investors are conflicted over whether Facebook is a great value play. Find out if you should get in while it's affordable.
  3. How You Can Become Rich By Using The Same Methods As The ...
    Retirement

    How You Can Become Rich By Using The Same Methods As The ...

    The rich keep getting richer. Here are some ways you can improve your own personal finances by using some of the same strategies as the richest people in the U.S.
  4. 6 Ways To Protect Yourself Against Cybercrime
    Personal Finance

    6 Ways To Protect Yourself Against Cybercrime

    Cybercrime is becoming more and more serious in the U.S. Here are some ways you can protect your finances from cybercriminals.
  5. 6 Ways To Fund Your Startup's First Year
    Entrepreneurship

    6 Ways To Fund Your Startup's First Year

    Pursue your entrepreneurial goals by picking the startup plan that's best for you.
  6. 5 ETF Classes To Avoid
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    5 ETF Classes To Avoid

    Before you wade into ETF investing, take a closer look at these sectors.
  7. ETFs Or Mutual Funds For Your IRA?
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    ETFs Or Mutual Funds For Your IRA?

    Most actively managed mutual funds fail to beat the market over a long period of time, so it's probably best to go with ETFs for your IRA.
  8. Financial Implications Of Keeping Your Maiden Name
    Personal Finance

    Financial Implications Of Keeping Your Maiden Name

    Equality, career options and finances can all play a role in a woman's choice to keep her maiden name, or hyphenate it, once she gets married.
  9. 5 Grocery Items Affected By The Rising Price Of Corn
    Budgeting

    5 Grocery Items Affected By The Rising Price Of Corn

    These items have a direct relation to the production of corn, and may have rising prices this summer.
  10. Homeschool Or Public School?
    Personal Finance

    Homeschool Or Public School?

    Here's a rundown of whether homeschooling or public schooling is a better choice for your child.
  11. How To Pick A Mutual Fund In A Troubled Market
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    How To Pick A Mutual Fund In A Troubled Market

    Here are some tips to help the amateur investor pick the right funds in the current state of the market.
  12. Why Making Minimum Payments Gets You Nowhere
    Credit & Loans

    Why Making Minimum Payments Gets You Nowhere

    Getting out of debt can be difficult, but paying off a minimum balance each month only makes things worse.
  13. The Most Difficult Jobs To Get
    Personal Finance

    The Most Difficult Jobs To Get

    The odds of getting one of these jobs are very low due to the skillsets required and job availability.
  14. Closed-End Vs. Open-End Funds
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    Closed-End Vs. Open-End Funds

    Open-end products may be a safer choice than closed-end, but closed-end funds might produce a better return.
  15. 10 Twitter Feeds Investors Should Follow
    Investing Basics

    10 Twitter Feeds Investors Should Follow

    You may not have time to follow these Twitter feeds all day, but some of the larger, commercial feeds are worth watching.
  16. How To Manage Your Company Stock
    Investing Basics

    How To Manage Your Company Stock

    If you have company stock, it can be hard to know what to do with it. Here's what you should know.
  17. 5 Economic Reports You Should Watch
    Economics

    5 Economic Reports You Should Watch

    Most economic reports are noise, but there are a some that are market movers.
  18. How To Avoid Investing Too Conservatively
    Investing Basics

    How To Avoid Investing Too Conservatively

    With the right balance of risk, you can beat the effects of inflation and protect your portfolio.
  19. 5 Ways To Invest $5,000
    Investing Basics

    5 Ways To Invest $5,000

    If you've found yourself with some extra cash, it might be wise to read this before buying that big TV.
  20. 10 States With High Sales Taxes
    Taxes

    10 States With High Sales Taxes

    Most states have sales taxes of some kind for goods and services. Here's a rundown of the states that have the highest sales taxes.
  21. Unemployment Benefit Changes Coming Soon
    Personal Finance

    Unemployment Benefit Changes Coming Soon

    Here's a rundown of how the intended changes to unemployment benefits in the U.S. will affect U.S. citizens.
  22. Is It Better To Be Book Smart Or Street Smart?
    Personal Finance

    Is It Better To Be Book Smart Or Street Smart?

    College educations generally improve a person's chances of being successful, but it's also possible to be successful with just street smarts.
  23. What If Social Security Disability Runs Out Of Money?
    Retirement

    What If Social Security Disability Runs Out Of Money?

    The social security disability program is nearly bankrupt and could run out of money by 2016.
  24. Is Extreme Couponing Going Extinct?
    Budgeting

    Is Extreme Couponing Going Extinct?

    Many reatilers are starting to crack down on extreme couponing tactics.
  25. Do You Need Dental Coverage?
    Insurance

    Do You Need Dental Coverage?

    Here's an overview of what dental insurance is and whether or not it would be a worthwhile purchase in your situation.
  26. Why You Should Be Wary Of Target-Date Funds
    Investing Basics

    Why You Should Be Wary Of Target-Date Funds

    These funds are hard to understand and might not be a wise choice by themselves. We tell you why.
  27. Comparing Health Savings And Flexible Spending Accounts
    Personal Finance

    Comparing Health Savings And Flexible Spending Accounts

    When it comes to medical expenses, there are many accounts that provide tax advantages. We look at two commonly seen among employees.
  28. How To Get Your First Credit Card
    Budgeting

    How To Get Your First Credit Card

    Here's a rundown of how you can go about getting your first credit card.
  29. Careers With Declining Salaries
    Personal Finance

    Careers With Declining Salaries

    Whether due to the economy or increased competition, these careers are coming with lower and lower salaries.
  30. Inside The STOCK Act
    Investing Basics

    Inside The STOCK Act

    Discover what the STOCK Act is, its history and if it will really change anything.
  31. States That Shut Down Prepaid Tuition
    Savings

    States That Shut Down Prepaid Tuition

    These plans are quickly dying and for good reason. We tell you why.
  32. 4 Traits Of A Great Index Fund
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    4 Traits Of A Great Index Fund

    If you're planning to fill your portfolio with index funds, here's what you should look for in a high-quality fund.
  33. Could Zynga Exist Without Facebook?
    Investing News

    Could Zynga Exist Without Facebook?

    Investors still see Facebook and Zynga as a happy couple. Find out if the relationship is likely to last.
  34. What The New Gift Tax Rules Will Mean
    Taxes

    What The New Gift Tax Rules Will Mean

    The lifetime maximum for gift taxes is $5.12 million. However, it could drop to $1 million. Here's what that will mean.
  35. How To Find The Perfect Apartment
    Home & Auto

    How To Find The Perfect Apartment

    Here are some useful tips to help you find an apartment that's affordable and livable.
  36. 4 Reasons Natural Gas Is So Cheap
    Investing News

    4 Reasons Natural Gas Is So Cheap

    An unseasonably warm winter wasn't the only reason why prices were cheap.
  37. 7 Ways To Save Money By Spending More
    Budgeting

    7 Ways To Save Money By Spending More

    Here are some ways spending a little more money now can result in savings in the long run.
  38. 6 Ways To Save On Lawn Care
    Home & Auto

    6 Ways To Save On Lawn Care

    The costs of having a pristine lawn can add up quickly. Here are some tips to help you save your money.
  39. Student Loan Rates To Double
    Credit & Loans

    Student Loan Rates To Double

    As of July 1st, be prepared for student loans rates to go up.
  40. Clearing Up Misconceptions About The New 401(k) Laws
    Retirement

    Clearing Up Misconceptions About The New 401(k) Laws

    The new 401(k) laws require more disclosure, but that won't fully protect participants from losing money in fees.
  41. Is Social Media Slowing Down?
    Investing News

    Is Social Media Slowing Down?

    Many social media stocks have failed to live up to the hype. Only time will tell if they will have any longevity.
  42. Reasons To Steer Clear Of Rewards Cards
    Credit & Loans

    Reasons To Steer Clear Of Rewards Cards

    The thought of earning rewards from purchases may seem like a good idea, but there are some things that should be considered before signing up.
  43. 5 Most Expensive Private Colleges
    Personal Finance

    5 Most Expensive Private Colleges

    These private schools have the highest tuitions.
  44. Renouncing Your Citizenship: Madness Or Sanity?
    Personal Finance

    Renouncing Your Citizenship: Madness Or Sanity?

    Here's a breakdown of when it might be a good idea to give up your citizenship.
  45. What Does It Really Mean To
    Personal Finance

    What Does It Really Mean To "Just Get By"?

    Here's how you stack up financially and working-wise to the rest of the world.
  46. 5 Biggest Spending Teams In Pro Sports
    Personal Finance

    5 Biggest Spending Teams In Pro Sports

    These teams spend the most on salaries.
  47. Make Money Trading Earnings Announcements
    Fundamental Analysis

    Make Money Trading Earnings Announcements

    Here are two opinions to help you decide if trading earnings announcements will work for you.
  48. 4 TARP Recipients That Made A Profit
    Economics

    4 TARP Recipients That Made A Profit

    New estimates show that the TARP program may show a profit of $23.6 billion over the life of the bailout program.
  49. 5 Richest Women In The U.S.
    Personal Finance

    5 Richest Women In The U.S.

    Here's a list of the richest women in the U.S.
  50. What You Need To Know About Airline Baggage Fees
    Budgeting

    What You Need To Know About Airline Baggage Fees

    It might surprise you just how much airlines are charging for additional baggage.
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