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For most employees, a new job is the best opportunity for a significant pay raise. Get the salary you want (and deserve!) with these simple negotiating guidelines.
A fit and healthy lifestyle is the surest way to avoid harm, right? Not always. Find out what good habits may be bad for you.
You did something right on your resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile and landed the interview. Don't blow it know by making a bad first impression.
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Couples often split finance chores across multiple accounts, which makes management difficult, especially in emergencies. Learn what you must share.
Getting seeds to sprout into a bountiful harvest seems like a lot of hard work. The truth is, your garden only needs a few fundamentals to produce well.
After several years of decline, Americans are spending more again, but in different ways. For the frugal-minded, it's a reminder that thrift is an endurance race, not a sprint.
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Following the herd was a good survival strategy for our subsistence ancestors. Today it's a good way to get your investment funds trampled.
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Once burned twice shy applies to personal finance, too. The Great Recession taught many of us to improve our financial ways, mostly for the better.
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Sure, celebrities have a lot more income to work with than most of us, but that doesn't mean we can't learn from their investing techniques.
If you want to get rich on the stock market, follow the example of this group of self-made, billionaire investors.
Once beginning investors move beyond indexes and mutual funds, they start to hear about asset allocation. Learn the basics and how they apply to your investment decisions.
Investing ideas are plentiful. Pay attention, and you'll recognize profitable possibilities wherever you are.
There are many ways to invest besides buying shares in a company's stock through a brokerage firm. Discover eight cheap (or free!) ways.
You don't have to be an insider to glean valuable insights about a company. These four public sources of info can tell you a lot of what you need to know before you invest.
If you can tolerate watching your nest egg rise and fall, these tools and apps can help you stay tuned to market news, manage your portfolio, and do research.
Children are blessings, but raising them from birth to young adulthood can be expensive. Follow these tips to spend wisely and save money at every age.