Aaron is a freelance journalist specializing in personal finance writing. He has written for AOL, AARP, US News & World Report and several other websites.
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If you're planning a remodel, be sure to consider return on investment when you sell. These eight improvements return the most.
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After decades of computing, a committed PC user makes the switch to a MacBook Pro — and his only regret is that he didn't make the switch sooner.
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