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5 Questions to Answer for Your Small Biz Before Summer's End

Melinda Emerson | Posted 09.02.2015 | Business
Melinda Emerson

Rather than getting caught up in another game of Words with Friends, use these fleeting long days to take a look at your business operations. Likely you could make a few changes for the better.

High-Deductible Health Plans Not Satisfying Customers

MoneyTips | Posted 08.19.2015 | Money
MoneyTips

High deductible health plans (HDHPs) are health insurance plans that try to strike a balance between affordability and usability. W

Summertime Blues and the Working Mom

40 Percent and Rising | Posted 08.17.2015 | Parents
40 Percent and Rising

Summertime is supposed to be about slip-and-slides, pool parties and popsicles melting on tiny tongues. We all want our kids to have great summer memories, just like we did. For working moms, however, summertime can be a nightmare.

3 Reasons Why Students Shouldn't Live Large at School

EBONY.com | Posted 08.17.2015 | Black Voices
EBONY.com

College is that time in your life when you'll likely already be broke. No need to make a tough situation even more difficult, by spending excessively on housing you can't afford.

Latinos Deserve Full Economic Citizenship

Julie Stav | Posted 08.14.2015 | Latino Voices
Julie Stav

This focus on legal citizenship is important, but it's only part of the story. For Latinos, obtaining full economic citizenship is just as critical.

Managing Financial Turmoil in the Face of Alzheimer's Disease

Jan Dougherty | Posted 07.13.2015 | Fifty
Jan Dougherty

Financial turmoil and Alzheimer's disease are inextricably connected. The mishandling of finances can be one of the first signs of cognitive impairment, and can have a monumental impact on people with Alzheimer's that must be addressed early on.

8 Steps To Doing The Work You Love

Grace Bluerock | Posted 07.08.2015 | Healthy Living
Grace Bluerock

Many people are starting to wake up to their passions and realize the importance of doing work that brings a sense of fulfillment; however, the transition phase to doing meaningful work, especially as an entrepreneur, can be a difficult one to navigate. These are the eight steps that worked for me in transitioning to doing the work I love.

A Declaration of Financial Independence for Our Military

Jane Whitfield | Posted 07.03.2015 | Impact
Jane Whitfield

Here's another self-evident truth: Our servicemembers and veterans should be financially secure. No one should be expected to wage war on behalf of the United States while worrying about making their monthly payments back home.

Pick a Winner

Marcia Liss | Posted 06.24.2015 | Comedy
Marcia Liss

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How Smart Are You With Money? 7 Steps To Get Your Finances In Order

Posted 08.24.2015 | Dr. Phil

More than one third of adults admit they spend more than they can afford, and it's been estimated that 70 percent of Americans are living paycheck to ...

The Leveling of the College Playing Field

Courtney Willett | Posted 06.11.2015 | College
Courtney Willett

Until college is no longer treated like a business in America, it will continue to create an unlevel playing field. Those who are genuinely enthused about learning deserve a chance at higher education.

Divorce Confidential: Finding the Right Divorce Attorney

Caroline Choi | Posted 06.02.2015 | Divorce
Caroline Choi

When a decision is made to divorce, you are forced to become familiar with the legal world and what may seem like, a legal minefield. This is not an easy task given the legal jargon and technicalities involved in a divorce.

The Worst Money Advice You Will Listen to in Your 20s Will Cost You Thousands

MyBankTracker | Posted 06.02.2015 | Money
MyBankTracker

Navigating your finances in your 20s is tough enough without everyone and their brother tossing in their two cents about what you should and shouldn't do. Friends and family may mean well in offering up guidance, but sometimes the things they preach are just plain wrong.

The Husband Bonus: Better Than an Empty Bag

Elaine Ambrose | Posted 05.29.2015 | Comedy
Elaine Ambrose

A recent article in The New York Times described the unbelievable lives of women who marry rich men and live in the Upper East Side in New York City. The author lets her pinky finger down long enough to write torrid tales of year-end bonuses paid to the women for excelling at their wifely duties. I missed that memo and married for love.

Understanding the Difference Between an Investment and an Expense

Mike Harden | Posted 06.30.2015 | Small Business
Mike Harden

What's the difference between an investment and an expense? The difference is simple: one will start paying you back, and the other is a drain on your resources.

Most Americans Are Still Pretty Worried About Their Finances

The Huffington Post | Ariel Edwards-Levy | Posted 04.09.2015 | Politics

Views of the nation's economy, long underwater, have generally shown signs of recovering in 2015. A CNBC poll released Tuesday found views of the econ...

7 Ways Fear Actually Benefits You

Sherrie Campbell, PhD | Posted 06.07.2015 | Healthy Living
Sherrie Campbell, PhD

To become abundantly successful and fulfilled master fear and let it make you stronger than you were before. Fear is designed to raise your desires to higher standards. When you understand that the intention behind this emotion is your personal evolvement, you can use it to develop the resilience necessary to increase your capacity to thrive in life.

Why I'll Never Open a Joint Checking Account Again

MyBankTracker | Posted 05.30.2015 | Money
MyBankTracker

Joint bank accounts do offer some advantages in terms of convenience and simplicity, but there is a certain amount of risk that goes along with opening one.

This Age May Just Be The Most Expensive Year Of Your Life

The Huffington Post | Yagana Shah | Posted 03.06.2015 | Fifty

There's no doubt 50 can be fabulous, a time when many people experience a renewed self-confidence and the wisdom not to sweat the small stuff. But wit...

4 Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Business Loans

Jonha Revesencio | Posted 04.27.2015 | Business
Jonha Revesencio

Like any important business decision, finding a line of credit should be done carefully. Look, we all get a little zealous when we have a good idea, but that doesn't mean we have to rush things and risk doing them wrong.

People In Developing World Use Paperless Platforms To Get Loans, Build Credit

QUARTZ | Leo Mirani | Posted 02.18.2015 | Impact

In recent years, the banking and finance industries have not done a lot to earn the trust of consumers in the West. But in poor countries, basic finan...

50 Shades of Budget

Alexandra Rosas | Posted 04.13.2015 | Comedy
Alexandra Rosas

I'm intent on keeping my marriage intact, so this Valentine's Day I'll consider how this saving money thing may be something best enjoyed together, rather than alone. So when he leans in this Valentine's weekend and whispers in my ear "Let's talk about the budget," I'll be ready.

6 Ways to Stay Sane as a Freelancer or Entrepreneur

Alexandra Ostrow | Posted 04.06.2015 | Small Business
Alexandra Ostrow

These days, I meet daily with freelancers, founders, and entrepreneurs. So, in addition to my own experience, I hear about their journeys as well. The consensus?

Before You Say 'I Do'... a Few Don'ts

Melanie Young | Posted 04.01.2015 | Money
Melanie Young

Don't delay writing wills or reviewing and planning for insurance coverage when starting out in a marriage. You need to know how finances will be managed while you are both alive and healthy and also if one of you becomes disabled or dies.

A Foolproof Financial Outlook

Matthias Paul Kuhlmey | Posted 03.30.2015 | Business
Matthias Paul Kuhlmey

There is hardly an industry that will pay so much attention to detail in preparing a yearly outlook as the world of finance; no, not a review of events and accomplishments, but a set of predictions.