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    Raising a child is expensive, and it requires a lot of planning. Here are some unexpected ways your money is going to be ...
  2. 4 Common Credit Card Misconceptions

    Many Americans think these credit card "rules" are true. Read on to find out the facts.
  3. Small Business Tax Obligations: Payroll Taxes

    Don't leave it up to your accountant - owners are ultimately responsible for fulfilling tax obligations.
  4. 6 Benefits Of Increasing Your Credit Limit

    If you can resist the urge to overspend, then raising your credit limit could benefit you in various ways.
  5. How To Spend Valentine's Day On A Budget

    Valentine's Day costs can add up very quickly. Here are some ways to cut back without being too stingy.
  6. Saving Vs. Paying Off Debt

    If you can't decide whether to build your rainy day fund or pay off debt, we weigh the options for you.
  7. Boost Earnings Through Financial Planning

    Meeting more of your clients' needs will help you achieve your financial goals.
  8. Evaluating The Facebook IPO

    Facebook's IPO is sure to be the biggest IPO of the year. Find out what to expect.
  9. The Impact Of Your Starting Age On Social Security

    Retiring at 62 sounds nice, but it could affect the amount of social security you receive.
  10. How Your Credit Score Will Affect Your Mortgage Rate

    Your credit score will play a large role in the type of mortgage you are able to get.
  11. 3 Ways Apps Make Money

    Discover how most online businesses and web applications are making their money.
  12. Anytime Is The Right Time To Start Saving For Retirement

    If you're looking to start building your nest egg but don't know how to do it, read on. We give you a few easy tips on how ...
  13. How To Use Crowdfunding To Start Your Business

    It may be difficult to raise enough money needed for a start-up. However, there's always the option of pooling together funds ...
  14. (Slideshow) 5 Not-So-Traditional Budgeting Tips

    You may not have heard of these easy, money-saving tips.
  15. Growing Industries In Need Of Workers In 2012

    The employment outlook is starting to look brighter. These job sectors and industries are expected to have a need for more ...
  16. 3 New Types Of Credit Cards To Look For

    These three types of credit cards are becoming popular with customers looking to pay less fees and build up their credit ...
  17. Managing Post-Move Budget Adjustments

    You often have to re-evaluate your budget after you move. Here are some tips to help you out.
  18. 3 Tips For Using Payday Loans

    With payday loans now operating across 41 states, we tell you how to use them wisely and responsibly.
  19. How To Deduct Home Business Expenses

    If you have a home business, here are some valuable tax tips you need to know.
  20. Traditional MBA Or Business Graduate Degree?

    Though an MBA is the most popular business graduate degree, there may be other options more suited to your goals.
  21. What Health Insurance Covers

    It's rare to have a health insurance plan that covers all the bases, so make sure you know where you're protected and when ...
  22. 3 Proactive Ways To Find Work

    We tell you about some useful tactics you can use while looking for work.
  23. The Banking Industry In 2012

    Major banks in 2012 can expect to lose customers as they struggle with the Dodd-Frank Act and new fees.
  24. Blue Collar Can Mean Big Money

    Does an over-supplied market of college graduates mean more opportunity for skilled trades?
  25. How Nonprofits And Commercial Groups Can Help The Economy

    As the White House Summer Jobs Initiative takes effect, we look at the benefits of collaboration between for and nonprofit ...
  26. How Getting Sick Affects Your Finances

    Here are four ways to protect yourself financially should you develop an illness.
  27. Why Rock And Roll Is Slumping In The U.S.

    Rock music is not as popular in North America as it is in Europe. Ticket sales for concerts are slumping and bands are canceling ...
  28. How To Spot A Predatory Lender

    Remember these signs of unscrupulous lending when shopping for your mortgage.
  29. How To Be A Millionaire

    Building $1 million in net worth requires the application of unusual skills and/or unusual effort.
  30. 5 Ways To Refresh Your Resume

    Keep your resume relevant, concise and engaging, and you can expect an interview soon.
  31. Financial Careers With Excellent Salaries

    There are many lucrative career paths a person with an interest in finance can explore.
  32. Financial Careers After Military Service

    Experience and knowledge gained in the military can transfer over to many business and finance jobs.
  33. 5 States Where You Can Stretch Your Dollar The Furthest

    If you're thinking of moving to save a few dollars here and there, we've got a list of states for you to consider.
  34. Insuring Against The Loss Of A Homemaker

    Read on to uncover the hidden economic value of a stay-at-home parent.
  35. Financial Designations That Lead To The Highest-Paying Jobs

    Not only do these finance careers pay high salaries, they're also in high demand.
  36. Sports With Winning Bonuses

    Whether professional athletes play for the love of the game or a nice payday, one thing is for certain: victory pays.
  37. Celebrities Who Worked In Finance Before They Became Famous

    Find out which Hollywood stars and personalities started their working careers in the world of finance.
  38. The Best Times To Take A Vacation

    Money shouldn't be the only factor when planning your next trip. Here are other factors to use when determining the best ...
  39. What You Need To Do Before Applying To College

    Before you make the leap into post-secondary, remember these important factors and handle them accordingly.
  40. Why Europe Has The Cheapest Airfare

    Airline deregulation, more airport choices and number of flights all affect how much flights cost.
  41. Easy And Practical Ways To Save For A Vacation

    These simple changes to your spending and saving habits can put your next vacation easily within reach.
  42. The Increasing Costs Of College

    College tuition is getting more expensive, textbooks are increasing in price and for-profit schools are popping up.
  43. Why You Should Wait To Buy These Tech Products

    These products are seeing fast price decreases, and soon you will able to purchase them for next to nothing.
  44. The 3 Best Degrees In 2012

    We look at the degrees that will get you a job in sectors that provide competitive wages, security and growth.
  45. Minimum Wage: Good Cause Or Economic Pariah?

    Here are some positives and negatives to help you decide where you stand on the minimum wage debate.
  46. Celebrities You Can Bank On

    We look at celebrity endorsements and the financial impact they have on the companies they represent.
  47. How To Delay Foreclosure

    While losing a home can be a traumatic event for you and your family, it's best to find ethical means of delaying or avoiding ...
  48. Top Careers For Arts Majors

    A liberal arts degree doesn't mean your career choices are limited; find out the exciting and high-paying jobs you can do ...
  49. Best Places And Sites For Online Travel Deals

    These sites and tips will help you figure out what kind of vacation you want and how to ensure you're getting the best price.
  50. How Much Is A Homemaker Worth?

    If a stay-at-home mom or dad took their skills to the marketplace, they could make much more than the average American. Find ...
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