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  1. What are the due diligence basics for investing in a startup?

    Learn about due diligence basics for investing in a startup, which includes an exit plan, a harvest strategy and evaluating ...
  2. How To Get Clients To Save More For Retirement

    Americans aren’t saving enough for retirement. Here are some tips for financial advisors who must convince them to change ...
  3. Part-Time Vs. Executive MBA: Which One To Pick?

    In general, there are two routes a prospective student can take when pursuing an MBA: a full-time or a part-time program. ...
  4. Corporate Governance

    Corporate governance refers to the formally established guidelines that determine how a company is run. The company’s board ...
  5. Credit Cards That Get You Into Airport Lounges

    These four credit cards will gain you coveted access to all that free food and peace, while your fellow travelers mill around ...
  6. 5 Ways To Get The Best Mortgage Rates

    A mortgage is the biggest loan most people have. Be sure you get the best possible terms – you'll be paying it off for years.
  7. Is a NYU Degree Worth the Steep Tuition Bill?

    The cost of attending NYU is above average, even for private universities. But research shows it can still be a good value. ...
  8. Is it a good idea to add a reverse mortgage to your retirement strategy?

    A reverse mortgage can be a great way to increase retirement income. Does it work for everyone? What happens after a homeowner ...
  9. What's the average salary of a chief financial officer (CFO)?

    Learn about the average salary for a chief financial officer (CFO). Includes a detailed examination of total compensation ...
  10. What's the average salary of a tax manager?

    Learn about the average annual salary for a tax manager and some of the factors that can affect a tax manager's potential ...
  11. How do companies like ClickBank help websites make money?

    Find out how sites such as ClickBank help websites make money by offering the opportunity for vendors and affiliates to promote ...
  12. What does your net-worth consist of?

    Discover what your specific assets and liabilities are and how to classify the components that go into calculating your net ...
  13. How does revenue sharing work in practice?

    Take a look at some of the several different iterations of revenue sharing, the practice of distributing operating profits ...
  14. Why Credit Karma Is Free & How It Makes Money

    Credit scores originally were built for lenders, but now Credit Karma makes the system work for consumers, too – and makes ...
  15. Columbia's Financial Aid Trumps Steep Tuition

    Despite its high tuition costs, Columbia University is surprisingly affordable for low- and middle-income students, thanks ...
  16. At Harvard, Expect High Tuition But Generous Aid

    Harvard University might have one of the country’s highest tuition rates, but many students pay far less thanks to a strong ...
  17. How Shazam Makes Money

    Prior to universal access to digital technology, identifying music in restaurants, bars, or stores was difficult to nearly ...
  18. Picking A Lender: Quicken Loans Or A Local Bank?

    Online mortgage lender Quicken Loans has become known for its convenience and customer service. But brick-and-mortar banks ...
  19. Quicken Loans Vs. Other Mortgage Sources

    By allowing customers to initiate and manage the mortgage process online, Quicken Loans may appeal to borrowers who value ...
  20. How does goodwill increase a company's value?

    Learn about the basics of goodwill in the business world, what positive effects it can have on a company's overall value ...
  21. How can a reverse mortgage help wealthy and poor retirees?

    Learn about the ways a reverse mortgage can help both wealthy and poor retirees by allowing them to borrow against their ...
  22. How to Use a Waiver of Subrogation

    A waiver of subrogation means that a party to a contract waives the right to allow someone (usually an insurance company) ...
  23. Top Credit Cards With No Foreign Transaction Fee

    Don't get stuck paying extra fees on purchases you make with with foreign currency when you travel outside the U.S.
  24. What does Joint Venture Mean?

    In a typical joint venture, two or more businesses agree to contribute capital and resources for a common project. Most often, ...
  25. What are the reasons that cause investment bankers to fail in their careers?

    Explore the main reason why investment bankers fail. Learn about the failures of investment firm CEOs Dick Fuld and James ...
  26. Venmo: Its Business Model and Competition

    Venmo, with its tagline “Share Payments,” is currently leading the race in the skyrocketing market for peer-to-peer payments.
  27. World's Top 10 Insurance Companies

    This is a list of the world's ten insurance companies with the largest revenues.
  28. The World's Top 10 Law Firms

    Here is a list of world's top ten law firms in terms of revenue.
  29. World's top 10 Software Companies

    Want to invest in software stocks but finding it difficult to identify companies with major software revenue? Here is a list ...
  30. World's Top 10 Trading Companies

    Which are the top trading firms of the world? Here is the list of the ones with highest trading revenue.
  31. Top Credit Cards For Airline Miles

    Which airline miles cards give you the best deals?
  32. Why is due diligence important before a company acquisition?

    Learn about due diligence and company officials' fiduciary duty. Explore the ill-fated acquisition of Countrywide Financial ...
  33. How WePay Works

    Payment processor WePay has emerged as a significant player in the online payments industry as people increasingly embrace ...
  34. Apple Pay vs Google Wallet: How They Work

    Apple Pay and Google Wallet are mostly identical offerings. Apple may be to be easier to use, but Google has a more features.
  35. Airbnb Or Hotel: Which Is Better For New York City Visitors?

    Airbnb can make a trip to an expensive city like New York more affordable. Here are the pros and cons of Airbnb vs. hotels.
  36. How Much Does Your Undergrad GPA Matter When Applying To An MBA Program?

    When applying to a business school, an important metric is an applicant's undergraduate GPA. But other features of an MBA ...
  37. Find The Best Cash Back Credit Cards

    Cash back credit cards let you spend your rewards on whatever you choose – rather than limiting you to travel benefits or ...
  38. How Many Credit Cards Do You Carry in Your Wallet?

    With the abundance of credit card offers in mailboxes, advertised on TV and offered at retail stores, it's no wonder Americans ...
  39. What Are Your Financial Resolutions For 2015?

    The end of a year evokes the inclination to look back, reflect, and resolve to make positive changes, like getting the finances ...
  40. Winter Home Maintenance Projects You Need To Know

    Take the opportunity this winter to carry out these maintenance projects that will save you money, ensure your comfort, and ...
  41. Tips For Advisors Who Want To Grow Their Practice

    Financial advisors are focused on growing client wealth — so much so that they sometimes give short shrift to growing their ...
  42. Who (Besides Retirees) Can Get Medicare?

    People think you need to be 65 before you're eligible for Medicare. But you might be eligible before then. Here's who can ...
  43. Types of Business Guidance Funded by Government

    To access the right type of advice and support for your business from a variety of government-funded services, know what's ...
  44. What Are Your New Year’s Financial Habits?

    By focusing on habits, you will adopt simple, sustainable behaviors that will put you on the path to achieving bigger and ...
  45. How should you choose the amortization period for your mortgage?

    Read about key considerations that homeowners should take into account before choosing the amortization period for their ...
  46. Money Lessons From Disney's Scrooge McDuck

    Forbes magazine ranked Scrooge McDuck as the richest fictional character in the world in 2013 with a net worth of $65.4 billion. ...
  47. Can You Get Rich Creating Apps?

    The good news for both kinds of apps is that people use them a whole lot. The bad news is that the majority of mobile device ...
  48. 6 Signs You're Not Spending Enough

    If the sleeves of all your shirts are frayed and even your thrifty friends think you're a tightwad, consider reading this ...
  49. What is an equity-indexed annuity?

    Understand what an equity-indexed annuity is, its advantages and disadvantages, and how it differs from other annuity investments.
  50. What is the difference between a quarter and a year in finance?

    Examine the difference between a fiscal quarter and a fiscal year. Learn why investors examine both quarterly and annual ...
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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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