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  1. What is the average salary for an accountant?

    Learn about the average salaries of various accounting positions, and see the difference that an accounting degree makes ...
  2. How are my cosigners affected if I file bankruptcy?

    Learn how cosigners and guarantors are affected by bankruptcy filings and how cosigner treatment changes based on the type ...
  3. What are some common catches that come with credit card reward programs?

    Read the fine print of credit card cash back rewards programs before assuming they are an easy way to cut down on credit ...
  4. How is interest charged on most lines of credit?

    Learn how most financial institutions calculate interest on lines of credit by using the average daily balance method and ...
  5. Will my student loan be canceled (discharged) if I die?

    Federal loan servicers discharge debts when borrowers die to protect co-signers and spouses, but private lenders are free ...
  6. Can I erase my student loans by filing for bankruptcy?

    Discharging student loans by filing for bankruptcy is highly unlikely, unless an undue financial hardship can be proven, ...
  7. Why are private student loans generally more expensive than federal loans?

    Make the right decision between a federal student loan and a private student loan when looking for financial aid for your ...
  8. What are the most common scams regarding Social Security benefits?

    Learn about some of the most common Social Security scams that occur by phone, email and direct mail, and how to recognize ...
  9. How do debt collection agencies make money?

    Find out how a collection agency makes money, what rules it is bound by, and when it can take a pay check or garnish a bank ...
  10. As long as people want to maintain and beautify their surroundings, Home Depot will continue to accommodate them — and at great profit.

    Home Depot's Profitability: The Unvarnished Truth

    As long as people want to maintain and beautify their surroundings, Home Depot will continue to accommodate them — and at ...
  11. A look at the demographics of unemployment.

    Where Unemployment Hits Hardest

    A look at the demographics of unemployment, and what that means for workers around the nation.
  12. Scoring A High-Paying Job In The Banking Industry

    Bankers have earned a reputation as people who get to enjoy the finer things in life. However, most of them are ordinary ...
  13. Dealing With An Underwater Mortgage During Divorce

    Going through a divorce is chaotic enough, but throw in a house with an underwater mortgage and things get particularly messy.
  14. Top ways/strategies to repair credit score

    Best Ways To Repair Your Credit Score

    Follow these 6 steps and you'll be on your way to a better credit score.
  15. How does a Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) plan work?

    Learn how small businesses and their employees benefit from a Simplified Employee Pension, or SEP, IRA, and discover how ...
  16. What should you consider before taking a loan on your Registered Retirement Savings ...

    Learn about the primary factors you should consider before deciding to take out a loan from your Registered Retirement Savings ...
  17. How does a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) loan work?

    Discover some of the most common and useful ways to take out a loan from your Registered Retirement Savings Plan without ...
  18. How does taxation on life insurance for a qualified retirement plan work?

    Purchase life insurance in your qualified retirement plan using pre-tax dollars. Be aware of other ways that life insurance ...
  19. What are some examples of how I could use my IRA savings for college?

    Use your traditional IRA for qualified college expenses for you or your family. The retirement funds can be used for books, ...
  20. How is an SBO-401(k) set up?

    Learn what a Small Business Owner 401(k) plan is and who is eligible to establish one. Find out what the IRS requires of ...
  21. What is the tax rate of a Roth IRA if I withdraw it for the purchase of a house?

    Use your Roth IRA to fund the purchase of your first home, and learn how the distribution could qualify for a waiver of taxes ...
  22. How can I use my Roth IRA savings to buy my first home?

    Use your Roth IRA to help fund the purchase of your first home, and find out about ways to access these funds even if you ...
  23. How is the stock market affected by Thanksgiving and Black Friday?

    See why Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales numbers are considered to be important indicators for stock market activity throughout ...
  24. Can I invest my IRA in an entity, business or LLC?

    Explore different types of businesses, entities, corporations and limited liability companies, and the types IRA-eligible ...
  25. Can I obtain a Simple IRA if I am self-employed?

    Investing for retirement when self-employed can be in a SIMPLE IRA, a SEP IRA or a 401(k) plan, depending on the scenario ...
  26. 7 Ways To Save Money On Business Travel

    Business travel is soaring, especially in America. But though business travel is great for the economy, it's not so kind ...
  27. Top things to do if you are a fist time home buyer.

    10 Steps For First-Time Home Buyers

    It's probably the biggest purchase you've ever made. Here's exactly what to do to prepare yourself and get the best possible ...
  28. Some credit cards offer travel coverage, which may include trip cancellations, lost baggage and rental car damages.

    Credit Cards With Travel Insurance

    Some credit cards offer travel coverage, which may include trip cancellations, lost baggage and rental-car damages. Just ...
  29. 3 Money Moves To Make Before A Career Change

    One of the measures of a healthy economy is workers' confidence in their ability to leave a job and find other employment. ...
  30. CEOs are responsible for the overall operation of a business.

    What CEOs Actually Do

    CEOs are responsible for the overall operation of a business, and are usually elected by shareholders and the board of directors. ...
  31. 8 Common Refinance Mistakes

    As mortgage rates creep higher, there's still time to dump your mortgage rate for a lower one. But don't ruin your chance ...
  32. If paying for a missed flight or lost baggage is prohibitive, obtaining some flight insurance might just be a good idea.

    Flight Insurance Can Take The Worry Out Of Flying

    If paying for a missed flight or lost baggage is prohibitive, obtaining some flight insurance might just be a good idea.
  33. If you're traveling to Europe, make sure you have a widely accepted credit card that uses chip technology. It doesn't hurt to have some cash, too.

    Is Cash Or Credit Better For European Trips?

    If you're traveling to Europe, make sure you have a widely accepted credit card that uses chip technology. It doesn't hurt ...
  34. 6 Ways To Jump-Start Your Savings Account

    While Americans have succeeded at paying some of their debt over the past years, the median household's savings have declined ...
  35. Insurance Myths Involve Houses, Cars & Big Crashes

    Any confusion over what to buy or how to use a product can end up being costly, but when it comes to insurance, misunderstandings ...
  36. Do you have the right mix of credit, capital and business savvy to make you an ideal candidate for buying a franchise?

    When Is A Franchise The Right Investment For You?

    Do you have the right mix of credit, capital and business savvy to make you an ideal candidate for buying a franchise?
  37. 13.1 million people experienced identity fraud in 2013, according to Javelin Strategy and Research’s 2014 Identity Fraud Study.

    Are You A Target For Identity Thieves?

    The Americans at highest risk for identity theft and identity fraud aren't the ones you most expect. See if you're on the ...
  38. Identity thieves have many ways to steal and abuse your personal and financial data.

    Avoid Becoming An Identity Thief's Next Victim

    Use these 7 techniques to keep yourself under the radar and out of the way of identity thieves.
  39. One Reason Rates Are Likely To Remain Low For Long

    While I believe that the Federal Reserve (Fed) is likely to begin raising rates sooner than the market expects, rates are ...
  40. Steps to retire with a reverse mortgage

    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 ...
  41. An overview of the best business credit cards.

    Best Business Credit Cards

    Even the best business cards aren't all alike. Choose the card – or cards – with features that yield the most for how your ...
  42. In corporate terms, an acquisition is the purchase of a company or the division of a company.

    What's an Acquisition?

    In corporate terms, an acquisition is the purchase of a company or the division of a company. Some acquisitions are paid ...
  43. 10 Questions You Forget to Ask When Buying a House

    If you are thinking about buying a home, you are not alone. According to the New York Times, more Americans are getting home-buying ...
  44. 3 Credit Card Benefits You’re Paying For But Not Using

    Unnecessary expenses are easy to eliminate once you look at your spending, but not all expenses are obvious, especially when ...
  45. Just how are bank stress tests performed and what is the logic behind them? And is a stress test useful for evaluating a bank's stock?

    An Investor's Guide To Bank Stress-Testing

    Just how are bank stress tests performed and what is the logic behind them? And is a stress test useful for evaluating a ...
  46. 5 Biggest Money Mistakes & How To Fix Them Fast

    Financial mistakes - like most mistakes in life - can generally be avoided with forethought, planning and self-discipline. ...
  47. Top alternatives to a reverse mortgage

    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 ...
  48. Differences and similitudes of Reverse Mortgages and Equity Loans

    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 ...
  49. 9 Ways To Improve Your Credit Score Today

    When it comes to finances, there are a number of goals that you might have established, such as saving money, paying down ...
  50. Corporate Social Responsibility refers to a code of conduct.

    What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

    Corporate Social Responsibility refers to a code of conduct and action beyond what is required by laws, regulations and trade ...
  51. Credits and breaks government offers to firstime home buyers

    Credits For First-Time Home Buyers

    To encourage Americans to buy their first homes, the government offers credits and tax breaks. Even better, you may not need ...
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  1. 5 Ways To Make Your Home Remodels Pay Off

    Here are five ways to make your home renovation worth the money and effort you put into it.
  2. Differences Between Private Foundations And Public Charities

    Here's a look at the differences between these types of charitable organizations.
  3. How To Monetize Your YouTube Channel

    YouTube's Partner Program helps users earn money through their channels. Find out how.
  4. The World's Most Valuable Private Companies

    In spite of the rewards going public can bring, some companies prefer to remain private, and they are very successful in this.
  5. Is Cyber Monday The New Black Friday?

    Cyber Monday is becoming more popular than Black Friday. Here's why.
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