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January 7, 2014

What Does Brutal Winter Weather Mean for Businesses?

The harsh winter weather and extreme cold temperatures have virtually shut down many states and threaten to crush businesses in the mid-west, mid-Atlantic and along the […]
January 6, 2014

What Bill Do Most Americans Pay First?

If you want to know Americans’ priorities, just look at who’s got the keys to their hearts: their cars. Unfortunately, that affection can put them on […]
December 30, 2013

10 Personal Finance Predictions for 2014

This year there were a number of improvements in the personal finance arena, from longer 0% interest periods for credit cards to hints that checking account […]
December 19, 2013

Even the Wealthy Pinch Pennies This Holiday

It’s not just low-income shoppers who are pulling back on spending for loved ones and themselves this holiday season. Wealthy folks are watching their dollars, too. […]
December 17, 2013

Foreclosure is Not the End of Homeownership

If your home was foreclosed upon during the recent housing crash, you might think there’s no chance for you to ever own a home again. But […]
November 27, 2013

10 Thanksgiving Day Facts & Figures

Here are 10 facts and figures about Thanksgiving as America celebrates the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln proclaiming a late November Thursday as a national […]
November 22, 2013

10 Money Moments That Make You Grow Up

Age is just a number. You know you’ve actually become an adult when you start behaving like one. How can you know for sure that you’re […]
November 8, 2013

Is Home Ownership Right for You?

Homeownership in the U.S. hit a nearly 18-year low in the second quarter of 2013, according to the Department of Commerce. The rate declined to 65.1%, […]
November 6, 2013

Seemingly Harmless Things That Can Hurt Your Credit

Collections can do serious damage to your credit. Non-threatening bills, such as unpaid tolls or library fines, are seemingly harmless items that can actually have a […]