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  1. Identity Theft Checklist

    If you're the unfortunate victim of identity theft, it can be very difficult. Here's a checklist to make it as easy as possible.
  2. 7 Tips For Finding The Cheapest Gas

    Save money on gas buy checking online sources, phone apps, purchasing at the best time of day, and planning ahead.
  3. The Fundamentals Of Spousal Support Taxation

    The spousal support that is paid out after a divorce can have varying tax implications. We'll look at what you need to know ...
  4. 5 Careers That Fit Your Lifestyle Goals

    Ever wish for a job that gives you less stress, more time with the family, or more money? Here are five careers that match ...
  5. Ways To Save Money At The Pump

    Minor things such as idle time reduction and proper car maintenance can have significant long-term effects on your gas budget.
  6. 7 Countries Raising The Minimum Wage

    Beijing city recently increased minimum wages by 21%, find out what other areas of the world are paying more.
  7. Student Borrowing: University Payment Plans Vs. Federal Student Loans

    University payment plans are a great option for reducing student loan borrowing, but only if you know the details.
  8. 5 New Ways Credit Card Companies Are Wooing New Card Holders

    With new laws, credit card companies are forced to get creative to attract new customers.
  9. 5 Reverse Mortgage Scams

    Reverse mortgages can be a valuable financial tool, but the mortgage market is fraught with scams and schemes.
  10. 5 Steps To Disputing A Credit Card Charge

    Federal and state laws offer protection to consumers when credit card charges are in question.
  11. Starting A Small Business

    Starting a small business can be a daunting task. This tutorial will break the process down into easy steps.
  12. Baby Boomers Beware: Financial Fraud That Targets Seniors

    Unfortunately, you can never retire from being the target of financial scams.
  13. 5 People Who Make More Than The President

    The country's highest post doesn't receive the highest pay ... not even close. Find out about some notable Americans who ...
  14. 7 Tips For Closing A Credit Card

    Learn when it's a good idea to close a credit card, and how to make sure you do it right.
  15. 5 Big Mistakes Banks Made In 2010

    2010 was another tough year for banks. Find out the biggest mistakes these financial giants made in the past year.
  16. 8 Steps To Becoming Your Own Boss

    Your step-by-step guide to leaving the nine-to-five world and striking out on your own ... successfully.
  17. How To Save More For Your Retirement

    The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 made it easier to prepare for the future. Will you be ready? ...
  18. Notable Company Name Changes

    Often, the name of a business can enhance its profits. Find out the surprising former names of these now-successful companies.
  19. 4 Career-Boosting Social Media Moves

    Learn how to use social media sites like Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, to find job opportunities or to advance your own ...
  20. 5 Things You May Not Know About CEO Pay

    These CEOs have discovered a recession-proof financial strategy, but it's one they'd rather you don't know about.
  21. 5 Products That Failed And Why

    Not every new strategy or product launch goes well; even those with big-name companies behind them can still fail.
  22. Top 3 Challenges Facing Social Security

    The first official Social Security card was given out in 1936 and while the system is still paying out, a lot has changed.
  23. Top Indian Billionaires And How They Made Their Money

    Learn about the richest people from India and how they accumulated their fortunes.
  24. 5 Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Financial Resolutions

    Don't let these slipups wreck your financial resolutions in 2011.
  25. Top 10 Tips For A Financially Safe Retirement

    You've worked hard to secure enough to retire, so make sure you keep it safe.
  26. 5 Common Small Business Mistakes

    Don't let these start-up problems ruin your business success.
  27. Top Mobile Banking Dangers And How To Avoid Them

    Banks have improved the functionality of mobile banking so that consumers can transfer funds, pay bills or check balances ...
  28. 5 Successful Mompreneurs

    Learn about the rise of the "mompreneur" and why these industrious women are getting so much attention.
  29. 7 Things You Need To Know About Working From Home

    Before you work from home you should consider these seven things to make sure it's for you.
  30. Tax Tips For Financial Advisors

    Self-employed advisors are prone to a number of unique expenses, but the tax benefits can often balance out the financial ...
  31. 5 CEO Bonuses Worth More Than You'll Earn In A Lifetime

    We look at some corporate head honchos who are in the running for the fattest bonuses in 2010, and what they've done to earn ...
  32. Top 10 Tips For Buying Your First Home In 2011

    Buying your first home can be an exhilarating experience, provided you do some research, stay within a comfortable budget ...
  33. Worst Financial Decisions Of 2010

    Like every year, 2010 had some real doozies when it came to questionable financial decisions.
  34. 5 Ways Your Partner Can Ruin Your Credit

    Financial disagreement is one of the top reasons couples split, and often after one person has ruined the other's finances.
  35. 5 Risky Mortgage Types To Avoid

    There are plenty of ways to end up with a bad mortgage. The risks of these five should make every homebuyer think twice before ...
  36. 8 Signs You're About To Get Fired

    You've seen the layoffs happen around you, and wonder: could I be next? Here are eight signs you're about to get fired, and ...
  37. 9 Reasons To Say "No" To Credit

    Instead of rationalizing, learn to talk yourself out of buying things you can't afford.
  38. Top Homeowner Tax Write-Offs For 2010

    The subprime mortgage meltdown of 2008 has not diminished the tax advantages of home ownership in America.
  39. Water Cooler Finance: Canadian Takeover And U.S. Tax Breaks

    As Wall Street set to close for the holidays, a few companies held off on their Christmas shopping to give the financial ...
  40. Digging Out Of Personal Debt

    Find out why good intentions can put consumers in an even bigger hole than before.
  41. Soon-To-Be Billionaires In 2011

    It's only a matter of time before a new crop of wealthy individuals hits the billion dollar mark in 2011.
  42. 7 Mortgage Trends To Expect In 2011

    How will the year compare to 2010? What's likely to be different?
  43. Will Your Gift Card Gift Go Unused?

    An unbelievable amount of money gets wasted in the form of non-redemption: nearly $5 billion a year. These tips will ensure ...
  44. Top Lies You Can Tell When You're Looking For A New Job

    New year, new job hunt? If you're job hunting from your old job, you'll have to proceed with caution.
  45. 5 Financial Habits To Start In 2011

    Hoping to make 2011 more prosperous that this year? Learn top financial habits you should take up for the New Year.
  46. What Should You Do With Your Christmas Bonus?

    The economy is picking up and companies are paying bonuses again. Should you spend it or save it?
  47. Get Out Of Debt In 2011

    Here are some easy steps you can take to get your debt under control in the New Year.
  48. Santa's Salary: The Highest Paid Holiday Help

    If you're looking for work around the holidays, there are definite perks to working in the red suit. Learn about Santa's ...
  49. Goodbye, Black Friday; Hello, Green Monday

    We look at the impact of Green Monday and see whether it will change the way people shop and businesses sell.
  50. 6 Financial Questions To Ask Your Partner

    Discussing finances with you partner can save you loads of stress down the road.
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