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Gen-Xers in prime earning years have financial worries all their own. Follow these five money experts with plenty of 40s-friendly money advice.
If you've got some spare time and some sleuth-a-bility, court researcher may be the side job for you. Find out what it takes and judge for yourself.
The sharing economy is disrupting business models and creating extra income for millions. Here's all you need to get your piece of the rideshare pie.
Looking for a great work-from-home gig? Learn how to earn a living — or just extra income — as a virtual assistant.
Turn your Internet time sink into extra cash by becoming the nice, helpful person on the other side of the chat window.
There's nothing worse than tossing and turning all night. Snack your way to fitful rest with these foods proven to help you sleep.
Living frugally often means finding the lowest cost option, but for products and services like these, it usually pays to spend a little more.
The gadget market moves fast, so it's easy to get caught up and click "buy." Avoid buyer's remorse by choosing quality and value, first.
If your goal is to land your dream job — congrats! Goal-setting is half the battle. Now go out there and get it done.
The fines for going without health insurance are ticking up this year. Are you covered or will you pay a fine?
Taking care of a few simple home repairs and improvements can protect you and your family from minor accidents — or much worse.
Buying a mattress seems like it should be easy, but from foam density to negotiating ploys, there's a lot that goes into a good night's rest.
Flour, oil, spices, rice — every basic pantry has those. Up your pantry-ante with these specialty aisle must-haves that make any meal memorable.
There's no room in the armed forces for clutter and mess. Learn how to keep your place ship-shape with these secrets of military cleanliness.
Whether you're speaking to one person or a hundred, you've got to keep your audience engaged. Try these tricks of the toastmaster at your next talk.
Unless you've got an extra deep retirement fund (and no allergies), you should probably cross these potential retirement locales off your list.
For the frugal bride and groom, winter is the right time to wed. Savings are substantial and the setting is unique and memorable.
With the holidays approaching the last thing on your mind is next year's lawn. Prep your yard now to save time and money on landscaping next spring.
Just two weekends until Halloween! That's plenty of time to put together one or two of these clever, trendy costumes.
After years of hard work, diligent saving, and careful planning the big day finally arrives and you've retired. Now what?