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A dog doesn't need to graduate from an (expensive) obedience school to be good. Learn how to teach him the habits that will keep you both happy.
One of my fondest memories from my childhood is the time I spent helping my grandmother bake challah . The woman is still an artist in the kitchen and her recipe is the basis th
Many sellers count on testimonials to reassure buyers that a product or service is great. But just how reliable are those testimonials?
If you think you're gaming your credit card company, think again — you might be one of its biggest money makers. Learn how to avoid the trap.
When big banks make big changes we don't like, it's easy to feel helpless. But the truth is that raising your voice can make a real difference.
Traditional banking practices benefit the banks, not the customer. Discover how, if you're not careful, banks can hurt your finances.
At the same time nostalgic and alluring, nothing epitomizes travel so much as the postcard. Whether decorating your home, revisiting old memories, or making new friends, a little f
There are right ways to complain to businesses...and there are wrong ways. These are definitely the wrong ways (plus, how to make them right).
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If you're facing a large stack of medical bills with nowhere to turn, take a deep breath and fear not. You can pay off your medical debt without going broke.
Today we found some great articles on inexpensive powerhouse foods, how to make money selling your stuff, and springing into summer vacation savings.
On my previous article about working to death I found a pretty long comment by a woman named "Jen" who has a husband that works seven days a week to provide for his family. This l
The government has determined that people are worth less than five years ago.
"Pa-doink" is the sound you hear when something small and heavy hits water. Think about a child throwing a coin into the fountain at a shopping mall: a toss and a pa-doink later, t
It’s the American Nightmare: your neighbor, in an effort to avoid foreclosure, sells his house for thousands less than he paid two years ago, causing your home to plummet in value.
You might think you know the amount of money you'll need for a comfortable retirement — but you could be basing that off the wrong
Whatever holidays you celebrate in November, December, and January, they're over now. We spend November and December gearing up, getting ready, anticipating days off from work, tra
Robert Kiyosaki's latest book is a slight departure from the words of financial prowess he typically shares with his readers. If you want to know more - and to win a free copy to c
Recently I read an enlightening story in the New York Times about the Pu'er tea bubble in Yunan, China. The burgundy fermented teas fetched prices of $150 a pound at the peak, but
Myths abound about what does and does not impact a credit score. Read this list of "Does Nots" and know why your score is gonna be fine.
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