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Family Businesses... when your CEO is the brother Mom always loved best! Family businesses are the backbone of the American economy, but they also face special challenges. Lea
For thirty years, people have treated money funds as being just as safe as a bank. On the rare occasions when money fund management made a bad investment, they've voluntarily coug
I’m no brand-name makeup maven, but once in a while, I do love to splurge. If you’ve been looking for a reason to head over to Sephora.com and check out that $25 mascara you’ve be
For a decade, starting in the mid-1990s, the Federal Reserve kept interest rates too low and expanded the money supply too quickly. Their theory was that, as long as consumer pric
Where does the money go? If you don't know, that's a problem. Discover how to identify your mystery expenses and get back on budget.
In this week's Best Money Tips roundup: the Dow keeps dropping, why now is the time to pay off your credit card, why complete and utter armageddon isn't going to happen, simplif
You've wrung every mile out of your frequent flyer program. Now wring every cent out of your other rewards programs for your hotel, rental car, and more.
Today we found some awesome articles on getting a job when you've been unemployed, transforming your home on a budget, and getting ready for vacation travel.
Here in the United States, Thanksgiving is a holiday governed by some fairly specific traditions. We know that these traditions are mostly modern inventions, but on some level we a
Today we found some awesome articles on ways to make income while idle, saving $25 next week, and things every college freshman needs.
This week the 4 week T-bill rate was driven down to 0% and the demand for these treasuries was astounding. It seems that investors are so pessimistic that they are willing to acce
Today we found some awesome articles on spending $0 on entertainment, setting up a dorm-room kitchen, and what social networks you should use.
Today we found some stellar articles on confusing tipping situations solved, ways to avoid a financial collapse, and why you should take a vacation.
When it comes to laptops for teens and college students, the options can feel overwhelming. We've narrowed it down with five great picks.
If you're depressed and anxious, or your physical health is poor, a new study says it might closely be related to your debt.
Nothing vindicates a cynic by being proven right and coupons can often be used as a marketing tool for the old bait and switch. Overcome misgivings about coupons by going from coup
In honor of the CFPB's awesome #MoneyChat on Tuesday, we are featuring some of the best resources shared during their chat!
If you're still in need of back-to-school notebooks and pens, or stocking up for next year, swoop in now to grab some great school supply deals.
On Friday both the House and the Senate passed a new $789 billion stimulus package as a continuation of the efforts by the United States Government to jumpstart the economy. A sig
Nominations for The 4th Annual Plutus Awards are underway! Luke Landes from Consumerism Commentary is bringing back the awards to recognize the best personal finance blogs!
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