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  3. 3 Things a Personal Finance Class Can't Teach ...

    A personal finance class teaches the basic tenets of spending, borrowing and investing. ...
  4. Buying a Home: Cash Vs. Mortgage

    If you have the funds, should you buy your home with all cash? Here's how to decide ...
  5. The 3 Biggest Secrets About Financial Planning

    Financial planning is more comprehensive than many professionals suggest. Here's ...
  6. How Mint.com Makes Money

    Mint.com has greatly benefited from the 2009 acquisition by Intuit and has built ...
  1. How Mint.com Makes Money

    Mint.com has greatly benefited from the 2009 acquisition by Intuit and has built ...
  2. Computer-Based Financial Planning: How it Works

    Computer-based financial planning is on the rise. Here's a look at the different ...
  1. What financial certifications or exams do I need to complete in order to qualify ...

    In general, most states require the successful completion of the Series 65 exam or both the Series 7 and Series 66 exams. ...
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