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  1. When is the best time to purchase long-term care insurance?

    Long-term care insurance (LTCI) covers the risk that individuals may need medical and custodial care, either at home or in ...
  2. How do I stop emotional spending?

    Emotional spending occurs when an individual spends money for the sole purpose of improving a mood. Some reasons people engage ...
  3. Medical Forms May Be Hazardous To Your Financial Health

    Be sure you know what you're signing, when it comes to medical forms.
  4. IT Security Auditing

    Find out about this promising career that can match IT with business studies.
  5. The GRE: A Cheaper Alternative For Business School

    The GMAT is the standard test for business schools, but many will accept a GRE score instead.
  6. Bartering Through A Cash Crisis

    Bartering can save you money and make use of your talents, find out how to get started.
  7. The Economics Of Pet Ownership

    Before you bring a furry friend into your household, make sure you can handle the hefty financial commitment.
  8. College: Pay Now Or Pay Later?

    Make the best of - without spending the most in - your college years.
  9. Understanding The Mortgage Payment Structure

    We explain the calculation and payment process as well as the amortization schedule of home loans.
  10. 20 Ways To Save On Medical Bills

    Handy tips to cut the cost of hospital bills, co-pays, prescription drugs and more.
  11. Are You Ready to Rent?

    If you think it's time to test your wings and leave your parents' nest, read on.
  12. All About Student Loans

    Student loans bridge the gap between college savings, scholarships and the part-time work.
  13. Which insurance policies do I really need?

    Your needs for insurance depend on your situation and can't be generalized for everyone, but there are a lot of options available. ...
  14. 7 Expenses That Are Keeping You In Debt

    The average American family is nearly $11,000 in debt. Here are seven expenses that might be keeping you in the red.
  15. Banking Stress Tests: Would Yours Pass?

    In weaker economic times, banks may be tested by the government to see how safe they are.
  16. 20 Lazy Ways To Save Money

    Saving money is always good, but especially in a recession. These tips are easy ways to keep your wallet full.
  17. Planning For Job Loss

    Preparing for unemployment can be the best investment you make.
  18. Which of the following accounts does ERISA cover?

    A. IRA B. State employee pension planC. Corporate defined-benefit planD. Coverdell savings account Answer: CThe correct answer ...
  19. 5 Ways To Teach Kids About Investing

    Learning the basics and habits at a young age is vital to a healthy future portfolio.
  20. Employee Stock Options (ESO)

    Employee stock options are a form of equity compensation granted by companies to their employees and executives.
  21. How To Choose A Healthcare Plan

    HMOs? PPOs? CDHPs? We'll clear up the confusion so you can find the right coverage.
  22. Will Medicare pay for long-term costs?

    Long-term care refers to a variety of care services (medical and non-medical) that helps meet the needs of people who have ...
  23. How is my insurance premium calculated?

    An insurance premium is the money charged by insurance companies for coverage. Insurance premiums for services differ from ...
  24. Celebrity Business Busts

    Although they probably have better hair, the business world doesn't go easy on celebrities.
  25. Make Money With Social Networking Sites

    Increase your value by using social networks to your financial advantage.
  26. A Brief History Of Credit Rating Agencies

    Credit rating agencies have a long history in this country. Learn about what they do and how were they developed.
  27. 10 Tips For Buying A Car Online

    GM's announcement to sell cars online via eBay has many consumers curious - find out how to purchase online successfully.
  28. Send Your Kid To College Without Going Broke

    Knowledge comes at a price. Find out how to survive the financial deluge all the way through graduation.
  29. The Truth About The First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit

    The $8,000 tax credit might be the push you need to buy your first house, but there are some things you need to know first.
  30. 5 Ways To Make Your Resume Stand Out

    Standing out from the crowd is a must, especially when high unemployment rates make competition fierce.
  31. Real Estate Bargains: Location Is Everything

    For the U.S. median house price, you can live in a mansion or a closet, it all depends on location.
  32. Compensation Myths: Burger Flipper Vs. Investment Banker

    Though these two jobs are perceived as being opposites, the compensation can be quite comparable.
  33. Attend Grad School For Free

    Securing funding for your education isn't always the easiest thing to do, but there are some ways to get assistance.
  34. $46 Billion Industry Of Philanthropy

    Philanthropic giving is not just about money - millions of volunteers donate their time to worthy causes every year.
  35. Top 5 Bull And Bear Arguments

    Are you a bull or a bear? Here are the top five arguments for each side.
  36. 3 New Threats For Would-Be Homeowners

    While depressed real estate prices have created bargains for buyers, these lower prices come at a cost.
  37. 10 (Costly) Tickets To Fast Cash

    Circumstances arise when you need cash fast. Unfortunately, each option has its own risks and sometimes, a very high cost.
  38. 13 Pre-Issue Corporate Bond Questions For Businesses

    When a company needs more funding, there are many options. Corporate bonds is just one of them.
  39. 16 Tips For Scoring Cheap Tickets

    It's not impossible to enjoy your favorite pastimes - with just a little work you can find a ticket price you can afford!
  40. 7 Expensive Mistakes College Students Make

    While college freshman may be academically prepared for school they often have a lot to learn when it comes to managing money.
  41. Save Money - Travel For A Living

    Would you like to live without any housing expenses? It's possible if you are a road warrior.
  42. Outside-The-Box Ways To Make Money

    These non-traditional methods can help you make some extra cash.
  43. 25 Ways To Impress Your Date On A Dime

    If the recession has put a damper on your disposable income don't despair - it needn't take the fun out of your love life.
  44. Why might one insurance policy cost more than another?

    There are several reasons that an insurance policy can cost more or less at different agencies. Some of the more common reasons ...
  45. Top Colleges For Your Tuition Buck

    College is a major financial investment. Make sure you are getting the best value.
  46. Is it possible to short sell real estate?

    The traditional idea of a short sale is selling something you don't have so that you can buy it back at a lower price. The ...
  47. On This Day in Finance: July 29 - Bonus Army Invades Washington, D.C.

    On July 29, 1932, government troops and tanks forcibly remove World War I veterans from makeshift camps in Washington D.C.
  48. On This Day In Finance: July 28 - Pfizer CEO Gets $180 Million Handshake

    On July 28, 2006, then Pfizer CEO Henry McKinnell resigned from his position, receiving a benefit and compensation package ...
  49. Retirement Lessons To Teach Your Children

    If your retirement plan hasn't worked out, at least your children can learn from your mistakes.
  50. The 9 Worst Career Choices Right Now

    These careers are on the way out; here are some alternatives you can switch to.
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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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