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Money Prep for Prospective Parents

Nathaniel Sillin | Posted 09.02.2015 | Money
Nathaniel Sillin

As adults start families later in life, financial needs for childcare, college saving and retirement seem on a tighter collision course than ever before.

End to Trump's Campaign Is Already Baked in, But It's Not What You Think

Paul Abrams | Posted 09.01.2015 | Entertainment
Paul Abrams

It takes only a moment of reflection to know when and why Donald Trump will end his campaign and will absolutely not run as a third party.

The Budget Bride's Guide to Wedding Bliss

Adiba Nelson | Posted 08.31.2015 | Weddings
Adiba Nelson

I am that girl who started planning my wedding three years ago, on Pinterest, while I was dating someone else. Don't judge me, Judgey McJudgerson -- you know you did it too. Heck, you're probably doing it right now.

Floyd Mayweather Is Terrible At Actually Packing When Traveling

The Huffington Post | Justin Block | Posted 08.31.2015 | Sports

A back-of-the-envelope packing list for any travel situation calls for sets of clothes, toiletries, a toothbrush, phone chargers -- basically, anythin...

Sharing the Millennial Way

Shannah L. Compton | Posted 08.27.2015 | Business
Shannah L. Compton

While the classic American Dream is to own everything, cars, homes, luxury items and such, millennials are creating their own version of the American Dream: sharing with access, without owning.

How I Increased My Student Loan Payment Over 500% on a Humble Salary

Taylor K. Gordon | Posted 08.27.2015 | College
Taylor K. Gordon

I'm ashamed to say the first $3,700 of my student loan took nearly three years to pay off. And not because I lacked funds. It just wasn't a priority. I figured the loan would get paid off eventually so what was the rush? (Not my brightest thought.)

Bare Bones Financial Playbook

Jonathan K. DeYoe | Posted 08.26.2015 | Business
Jonathan K. DeYoe

Even arm chair quarterbacks can draft a plan that will get them over the goal line if they utilize three key pages in the financial playbook: a personal income statement, a balance sheet, and a risk matrix.

Getting Your Home Ready to Sell

Nathaniel Sillin | Posted 08.26.2015 | HuffPost Home
Nathaniel Sillin

Many of us don't recognize the clutter we have in our homes. However, buyers do. Real estate professionals can offer valuable feedback on the overall condition and salability of a property, and removing clutter can make properties seem more spacious.

What Every Entrepreneur Feels (At Some Point) but Rarely Ever Says

Maggie Rowe | Posted 08.25.2015 | Women
Maggie Rowe

Dear Universe, I QUIT! I'm so tired of "trying" to figure it all out! I'm trying this... I'm trying that... I'm trying to "create clients" I'm tryin...

Notes From a Dive Bar XXV

Alan Black | Posted 08.24.2015 | San Francisco
Alan Black

You know it's too late for civilization when tennis and pornography get mixed up in bar talk. Way too late. But it's not over yet.

Donald Trump's Endgame

Stu Kreisman | Posted 08.24.2015 | Entertainment
Stu Kreisman

FOX and the Republican elites have been playing the long game in the shadows. They thought they had their men in Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush. What they didn't foresee was a celebrity billionaire with nothing to lose. Trump was also playing the long-game except right out in the open for all to see. And he is the one who might very well succeed.

30 Fast Tips For A More Frugal Life

GOBankingRates | Posted 08.24.2015 | Money
GOBankingRates

For money-minded people, frugality can be more than a smart idea -- it can be a way of life. Whatever your financial goals, being more frugal can help you save the money to accomplish them.

Why So Many Millennials Are Financially Supporting Their Parents

Buck Wargo | Posted 08.24.2015 | Fifty
Buck Wargo

It turns out that when it comes to retirement planning, baby boomers may be in worse shape than we thought. A survey from TD Ameritrade shows that a whopping 20 percent of millennials are supporting their parents, including baby boomer parents.

7 Times Being Lazy Costs You Money

GOBankingRates | Posted 08.21.2015 | Business
GOBankingRates

There's nothing wrong with a little laziness. After all, someone has to make the overachievers of the world look good. When your lazy tendencies begin to have a negative impact on your finances, however, it's time to change your behavior.

Social Security for Two: What Every LGBT Couple Needs to Know Now

David Rae | Posted 08.21.2015 | Gay Voices
David Rae

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes figuring out what the hell to do about Social Security. Retirement planning can be quite complicated for anyone, but the newness of Social Security options for LGBT couples find some of us unprepared.

Why Jeb Bush Would Be a Failure in Business

Steve Sipress | Posted 08.20.2015 | Business
Steve Sipress

Last week, in a response to his ever-dwindling poll numbers several months into his lackluster campaign, presidential hopeful Jeb Bush actually declared on national TV, "I tell people I'm the tortoise in the race."

Hackers, Press Releases and Millions

Blayne Davis | Posted 08.20.2015 | Crime
Blayne Davis

Gordon Gekko said it best in Oliver Stone's classic Wall Street, "The most valuable commodity in the world is information." Indeed, that's true, but of course, the ruthless insider trader played by Michael Douglas implored his young protégé Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) to take it a little bit further.

A Simple Way to Save $1000? Make Coffee at Home

Food52 | Posted 08.19.2015 | Taste
Food52

Think about it: If I bought that same latte every day for a year, it'd cost me $1,642.50. That's the kind of money I could use to start a college savings fund. It's real money, not random pennies under a pleather cushion in a rec room.

Choosing Games

William Kenower | Posted 08.19.2015 | Books
William Kenower

Making money is a lot like a game we are all made to play. As we line ourselves up at the starting line of adulthood, money can seem to be a universal measurement upon which everyone's value is based. Some succeed in making lots of it and some do not. I was one of those who did not.

Getting Lost and Getting Found

Paul Spector, M.D. | Posted 08.20.2015 | Healthy Living
Paul Spector, M.D.

Many things are beyond our control. But we are free to choose what we will pay attention to, the meaning we will give to our life. If the goal is to improve the quality of our lives, happiness may be the wrong metric. Pleasure or happiness is simply the side effect of living our best self.

10 Reasons Why You Might Be Financially Stressed

Nathaniel Sillin | Posted 08.19.2015 | Business
Nathaniel Sillin

How financially stressed are you? Here are some major indicators of financial stress with suggestions for taking action.

The Most Popular Credit Cards by State

Courtney Miller | Posted 08.18.2015 | Business
Courtney Miller

Personal finance website NerdWallet examined data from its credit card tool and found that secured and balance transfer credit cards are the most clicked on cards in the South.

9 Money Habits to Master Before Your 30's

GOBankingRates | Posted 08.18.2015 | Business
GOBankingRates

With rising student loan debt, millennials are struggling to put money away for retirement -- or at all. The key to taking control of your finances, however, is to start young.

How I Lowered (Basically) All My Bills in an Hour, and Saved $689 Annually

Thrillist | Posted 08.20.2015 | HuffPost Home
Thrillist

By: Lee Breslouer Credit: iStockPhoto/ Jennifer Bui/Thrillist I'm not a cheapskate. I'm just a Jewish guy (correlation does not imply causatio...

7 Ways to Financially Prepare for Travel Abroad

Tami Farrow | Posted 08.18.2015 | Travel
Tami Farrow

You should refresh your memory on your PIN for any cards you bring on your trip. Also, most international ATMs do not accept six-digit PIN numbers. If your card has a six-digit PIN, contact your bank to reset your PIN to four digits.