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As part of the Obama stimulus plan passed in January, first time home buyers in 2009 are entitled to a tax credit of up to $8000 that they do not have to repay. This tax credit was
Today, we share lessons learned from a cheese peddler, how bottled water stands up to filtered tap, and 10 decorating ideas for fun and frugal homes!
Home-brewing can lead to better tasting and cheaper beer. What's not to like?
Get a delicious food hack, help for first time home buyers, and tips on how to set the perfect password.
Today, we give you lessons from Dr. Seuss, tips to save 30 minutes a day, advice to help single parents cut expenses, and a short checklist to ID real wheat and multigrain bread.
The name "Spider-Man" isn't exactly synonymous with "financial planning," but the web-slinger can still teach us some money lessons.
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Today we found some great articles on earning more money at work, financially preparing for the holidays, and home repairs.
Today we found some great articles on winning eBay auctions, re-evaluating your food storage habits, and saving money in an expensive city.
As a business owner, you probably already own more insurance policies than you ever imagined you would: liability, contents, vehicles, and any number of policies are often stric
With the many tax deductions and credits available to business owners, making your company more sustainable can pay off when you do your taxes.
Growing your business may be your best retirement plan, but it's also important to set aside some personal retirement savings separate from the business. Doing so correctly can
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There are two main strategies that buyers rely on to pay for a company: lump sums and financing.
A new industry is springing to life using clever business development practices for product diversification and market expansion. The industry is cyber crime, and you're the mark.
Splitting your office, storefront, or warehouse with another business could help you save big...and not just on rent.
Getting customers is great, but keeping them is even better. Here's how to hang on to the most important part of your business.
Success is 90 percent perspiration. Make the most of the remaining ten percent without breaking a sweat.
Firing and hiring are expensive, and you probably can't replace business partners and colleagues, but if you're willing to lead, and they're willing to improve, change is possible.
Bad weather, a devastating earthquake and chemical or industrial accidents can cost you plenty—even put you out of business—if you aren't prepared.
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