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  1. Top 4 Consumer Myths

    Find out which myths are still entrenched in our collective consciousness.
  2. 5 Unethical Collection Scams That Consumers Should Be Aware Of

    Here are a few of the ways that scam artists prey on those in debt.
  3. 5 Reasons To Avoid Payday Loans

    Although payday loans may seem like an attractive option in a pinch, they may also leave you worse off in the long run.
  4. Key Tax Breaks For Parents

    Parents should take notice of these important tax breaks in 2013.
  5. What Is "Chained CPI?"

    Chained CPI is one of many ways to approximate the impact of rising or falling prices to consumers' pocketbooks.
  6. Does Online Tax Software Really Save You Money?

    Both online tax software and tax professionals have their own set of advantages, but which one is actually better for your bottom line?
  7. Grow Your Business With Business Incubators

    This article looks at business incubators and what they can do for you.
  8. Tax Variations Of The HEART Act

    The HEART Act is designed to allow service members and reservists make a smooth financial transition into active duty and back into civilian life.
  9. Careers In Credit Counseling

    Consumers are increasingly in need of experts who can walk them through their financial decisions. Here's how you can help.
  10. The Dangers Of A Reverse Mortgage

    In many circumstances, a reverse mortgage can be a risk to your financial security. Here are six dangers you should consider before signing on the bottom line.
  11. How Business Owners Can Attract Word-Of-Mouth Referrals

    Being average is not an accomplishment. To thrive and grow, you and your business need to stand out.
  12. Automatic Cancellation Of PMI When You're Underwater On Your Mortgage

    You might be suprised to learn that after reaching certain criteria, your PMI will be automatically cancelled.
  13. How To Change Last Year's Spending Habits

    With a little motivation and persistence 2013 can be the year you get your spending under control.
  14. Test Your Money Personality

    Find out which of the five profiles fits your style, and how this will affect your future.
  15. New Year Planning For Business Owners

    Make a resolution to start your business off on the right foot in the new year.
  16. 5 Top Business Schools In America

    These schools produce the most successful business grads and offer some of the best educations.
  17. What's More Important: Getting Out Of Debt Or Investing?

    To repay debt or invest, that is the question. These two important financial goals battle head-to-head to determine which is really more important.
  18. What Homeowners Need To Know About Zombie Titles

    Understanding how the foreclosure process normally works - and how it dysfunctions in today’s market - will help you avoid becoming a victim.
  19. Most Expensive States To Raise A Child

    Planning a family in one of these 5 states? You may be surprised to learn that they're the most expensive states to raise a child.
  20. How To Live Without A Credit Card

    Debit cards are more widely accepted and provide better fraud protection than in the past.
  21. How To Invest When You're Deep In Debt

    Debt is one of the biggest obstacles that prevents people from investing - but it shouldn't be.
  22. Home Loans For Disaster Recovery

    There are numerous government programs available for people who need financial help recovering from a household disaster.
  23. Why New Credit Card Regulations Can Make Or Break A Small Business

    Small business owners need to know what’s going on in the credit card world if they want to maximize profits and ultimately avoid going belly up.
  24. What You Can Expect To Spend In 2013

    This is a great time to examine your anticipated expenditures and assess how your spending impacts your financial situation.
  25. How To Pay Off Christmas Debt

    Here are some common sense tips for getting over the financial holiday hangover.
  26. What is the difference between a credit report and a credit score?

    Your credit report is almost like a report card for your debt history. It shows your personal information, including name and address. It also lists all your creditors with current balances, those with paid-off balances from the last 7-10 years, and those accounts that are in arrears.
  27. 4 Unlikely Billionaires

    In an age when billion has become the new million, which unexpected folks have joined the ranks of the billionaire club?
  28. Tips For Changing Your Career Path In 2013

    Don't let the arrival of the new year cause you to rush into a change of career. Carefully examine your reasons for wanting a change.
  29. Networking To Land A Job

    Networking should be a career-long endeavor that is just as important as performing your job in an excellent manner.
  30. How To Dine Out Without Breaking The Bank

    With more than 90% of consumers dining out on a regular basis, these methods can help to stretch your dollar further.
  31. Most Affordable Fast Food Chains

    All fast food companies claim to offer the best prices as they compete for your hard-earned dollars, but which truly has the best value?
  32. Save Money With A Motorcycle

    Here's a cost comparison of exactly how much you can save if you use a motorcycle as your main mode of transportation over a car.
  33. The Highest Paying Jobs In 2013

    With the U.S. economy experiencing mixed fortunes, this article looks at the highest-paying jobs for 2013 and how job-seekers can capitalize.
  34. Who is eligible for student loan forgiveness?

    Your eligibility for student loan forgiveness depends on the type of student loan in question. If you have a federal Stafford loan, you may be able to get all or part of your loan forgiven through certain types of volunteer work, public service, military service or medical practice.By volunteering through ...
  35. Top Employment Skills For 2013

    With the U.S. employment market seeing slight growth, it is worth considering which skills are the most important for job seekers in 2013.
  36. Don't Judge Your Partner Based On Credit Score

    Credit scores indicate past behavior but don't necessarily reflect present or future behavior, so don't judge you partner solely on credit.
  37. 3 Famous People With MBAs

    These public figures have MBAs; some were earned before reaching fame while others were earned after.
  38. The Real Risks Of Entrepreneurship

    Here are some ways you can try to reduce the risks associated with being an entrepreneur.
  39. What New Student Loan Repayment Options Mean

    American college graduates are facing an increasing amount of student loan debt. There are new rules for repaying that debt. Here's what you need to know.
  40. Top-Paying Contract Positions

    A number of contract positions pay more than their salaried counterparts.
  41. Languages That Give You The Best Chance To Broaden Your Career

    Being bilingual or trilingual can be a great career booster. Here are the languages that will help you get ahead in the business world.
  42. Top 5 Degrees For 2013

    If you've made a New Year's resolution to go back to school and get your degree, here are the degrees that will offer you the best chance of getting a good job.
  43. A Pre-Retirement Checkup

    Are you on track to post-work bliss? We'll tell you how to find out.
  44. Analyst Recommendations: Do Sell Ratings Exist?

    Analyst reports can be an investor's best friend - but without knowing how to read them, you won't be able to fully utilize them.
  45. 5 Viable Career Options In 2013

    If you are looking for a new career next year, take a look at these options. It is anticipated that there will be a high demand for these positions in 2013.
  46. How Much Your New Year's Partying Could Cost You

    Here's a look at how much a typical New Year's party could cost in the U.S., and the cost of spending New Year's in certain cities.
  47. Is Free Shipping Worth It?

    Should you buy more just so you can save on shipping?
  48. 5 Most Financially-Lucrative Toy Fads

    These toys were huge hits during the holiday season.
  49. What People Spend On Christmas Around The World

    Here's a look at some famous Christmas traditions from around the world, how much they cost and how the cost compares to a Christmas in the U.S.
  50. How To Get A Job On Wall Street If You Went To Community College

    Community college doesn't offer an easy road to Wall Street, but it's not impossible.
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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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