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How Much Does Google Ads Cost? (What Should You Really Be Spending?)

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What Is Copy Trading and Should You Do It?

If you want a portfolio that matches the performance of investing pros, copy trading may help. In a nutshell, copy trading emulates a stock market expert’s trading activity. But there are pros and cons to  this... More>>

Hot Money: Definition and Examples

Hot money is a form of short-term investing in which investors move their money between financial markets to take advantage of interest rate fluctuations. Generally, this refers to moving money between countries and... More>>

Stash vs. Acorns: Which Investing App is Better?

Stash and Acorns are money management apps that offer investors the opportunity to automate investment and savings. But which one is best? With all of the different features, fees and investment options available, picking... More>>

How to Invest in a Broadway Show

Are you ready to take your shot investing in a Broadway show? Instead of throwing your money into the stock market or even real estate, you may consider this potentially lucrative side of the entertainment world.... More>>

Are There Dedicated Small Business Loans for Minorities?

Originally Posted On: Unfortunately, there are ingrained biases built into our lending system – lenders are... More>>

What Do Consultants Do: Guide to Hiring an Expert

Originally Posted On: The term consultant has become a widely used term. However, many business owners are still confused as to what... More>>

Four Reasons To Hire A Marketing Agency

Originally Posted On: The daily activities of a business owner are never the same: accounting, marketing, clients, production, human... More>>

10 Best Stocks to Buy in a Recession

Originally Posted On: Best Stocks to Buy In A Recession: The word on the street is that a recession is coming. In a recent survey, over 50% of CFOs... More>>

9 Best Stocks to Own for Retirees

Best Stocks To Own For Retirees: Investing in retirement is different than investing in your 20’s. You don’t have as much time to make up for a big loss, so putting your money in a hot new stock becomes less of... More>>

What Is a Sign-On Bonus?

Sign-on bonuses have become increasingly common in recent years. The tighter job market likely plays a role in their newfound popularity. These bonuses sometimes occur more often in some fields than others. But job market... More>>

How to Get Free Tax Help

Doing your taxes isn’t easy, and not everyone can afford professional help. There are many different free options that you may be able to use. Their availability depends on your age, income, military status, and... More>>

How to Spot an Undervalued Stock

Investing in undervalued shares could give your portfolio a boost if they eventually see significant price appreciation. The concept of value investing, developed by Benjamin Graham and popularized by Warren Buffett,... More>>

A Guide to Long-Short Equity Investing

For both retail and professional investors alike, most portfolios should strike a balance between risk mitigation and profit seeking. Long-short equity investing is one strategy that many large-scale investors use to... More>>

How to Become a Private Tutor: A Step-by-Step Guide for Newbies

According to one study, about 30% of school-aged children use a private tutor in some capacity. The prevalence of private tutors is likely to increase as more parents become concerned about the quality of public education.... More>>

Your Guide to Credit Card Consolidation

Americans owe more in credit card debt than ever before, over $1 trillion. They’re borrowing more despite the strong economy. The average American carries more than $6300 in credit card debt. Are you one of the... More>>

A Guide to the 11 Market Sectors

When building a portfolio, you may be interested in targeting one or more specific market sectors. A sector is a slice of the stock market that represents a certain part of the economy, industry or grouping of industries.... More>>

Help Pay Bills With A Short Term Loan

Originally Posted On: We’ve all been there before. Maybe you’ve been laid off, you’re dealing with a divorce, unexpected medical... More>>

3 Tax Mistakes You Need To Avoid (If You Don’t Want To Get Audited!)

Originally Posted On: It’s that time of year again. That time where you have to update your tax filing status. Here are 3... More>>

How to Improve Employee Performance: 7 Tips That Work

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Independent Contractor vs. Employee

Whether you own a business that hires people or you are a worker, either as a firm’s employee or working independently for several businesses, it’s important to be correctly classified. That’s because... More>>

How a ‘Gray Divorce’ Affects Your Finances

Divorce always presents financial issues, and that can be especially true later in life. A gray divorce refers to couples who get divorced late in life – usually after 40 years or more of marriage. Also called silver... More>>

Printleaf Offers Same Day Business Cards in New York City

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How To Invest $5,000

So you’ve got a few thousand extra dollars in the bank. Maybe you got a bonus at work, or a small inheritance, or a tax refund. Or maybe you’ve just been saving more than you’ve been spending lately.... More>>

Cities With the Worst Commutes – 2020 Edition

Commuting takes up a lot of time as well as money – money that could be put towards other financial goals like saving up for a trip, car or house. With Americans already spending so much of their time at …... More>>

9 Expo Tips That Lead To More Customers

Originally Posted On: There are many ways to successfully create conversions, from going all out with an architectural design like Timber City at the Exhibition SEGD Design... More>>

Store-Level Print Production

Originally Posted On: rely heavily on printed material for their success in challenging times. But unless the print is highly customized, it will probably... More>>

Top 5 Retail Marketing Trends for 2020: What’s the Missing Piece?

Originally Posted On: the midst of so much hyperbole, retail marketers must understand how to future-proof their tech... More>>

How to Buy a Vacation Home

Buying a vacation home might seem like the getaway that you’ve always dreamed of. But you should be aware of all that can go into buying and owning one. You’ll need to consider factors like whether you already... More>>

Four Ways Outsourcing Medical Billing Can Help Your Practice

Originally Posted On: revenue cycle management protocol is vital in order to keep your medical practice alive and thriving. After all, your... More>>

The Path to Sales Readiness [Infographic]

Originally Posted On: The path to sales readiness can seem daunting at first, but within this infographic, you’ll find the necessary components and... More>>

Index Funds vs. Mutual Funds: What’s the Difference?

It’s easy to get confused about what the terms “mutual fund” and “index fund” refer to. The two terms refer to distinct categories: “mutual fund” refers to a fund’s... More>>

Gray Divorce in the U.S. – 2020 Edition

Since the 1990s, the divorce rate for adults 50 and older in the United States has roughly doubled, according to findings from the Pew Research Center. In fact, for adults 65 and older, the divorce rate has tripled over... More>>

Where the Housing Market Has Recovered the Most and the Least – 2020 Edition

U.S. home prices peaked in the years leading up to the Great Recession and fell dramatically when the housing bubble burst. In fact, national data from the House Price Index (HPI) shows that home prices dropped by 33%... More>>


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What are My Medicare Cost Sharing Obligations when I Retire?

Originally Posted On: Although you or your spouse paid into Medicare through payroll taxes during the years that you worked, it’s not a... More>>

From Idea To Reality: Getting Your Business Out There.

Originally Posted On: ( Those first few months in business is all about figuring out who you are, or where your potential... More>>

How to Make Money with Affiliate Marketing Without a Website

Originally Posted On: If you don’t want to build a website but you do want to make money then learning how to make money with... More>>

The 5 Best Tips for Starting a Company in College

Originally Posted On: are nearly 30 million entrepreneurs in the United States. But, not all of them are middle-aged and running... More>>

How Much Does it Cost to Buy a Horse?

If you’re looking to ride more often, whether for fun, work or for competition, you might want to consider buying a horse. Horse-owning isn’t that exclusive. It’s estimated that nearly 7.2 million Americans own horses.... More>>

Refinancing an Inherited Property and Buying Out Heirs

Individuals often list multiple people as heirs of real or tangible property. Unlike liquid assets like money or securities, which are relatively easy to divide among heirs, dividing properties can be more complicated. One... More>>

How To Invest $5 Million Dollars For Income

A $5 million nest egg can last you decades, especially if you make smart investments that prioritize income generation. That requires a specific type of investment strategy, one that involves putting together a collection... More>>

How To Invest $20,000

There is a wide range of investment options available to someone with $20,000 to invest, including mutual funds and individual securities. There are also good uses for money that go beyond what we traditionally think of as... More>>

How To Invest $100,000 (and Turn It Into $1 Million)

As you invest for retirement, becoming a millionaire might be a reasonable goal. Yes, millionaire status is no longer rarefied air, and depending on your income needs, having at least $1 million in the bank might be... More>>

How to Invest $10 Million for Income

A $10 million nest egg can last you decades, especially if you make smart investments that prioritize income generation. But, with all the options available, how do you know which ones are right for you? If you want to... More>>


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Three marketing strategies for small businesses to focus on in 2020

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Student Loan Taxes: Everything you wanted to know about student loan tax!

Originally Posted On: While people don’t bother to do their homework on student loan tax, it is vital to understand the tax implications of student debt as well... More>>

10 Must-Read Budgeting Tips for College Students

Originally Posted On: If you’ve recently joined the ranks of the nearly 20 million college students in America, you have a lot to be excited... More>>

Invest Intelligently: 6 Tips for Buying Stocks

Originally Posted On: thought of investing your retirement money or any hard-earned money in stocks can be scary and daunting.... More>>

Lessons for Long-Term Investors – Tale of Two Decades

Originally Posted On: first decade of the 21st century, and the second one that’s drawing to a close, have reinforced some timeless market lessons for... More>>

The Importance of Review Management for Your Business Success

Originally Posted On: Did you know that only a small percentage of customers leave a review for a product or service? Despite this, a whopping... More>>

3 Steps To Semi-Retire Successfully

By Andrea Woroch As a new decade begins, many have their sights set on change. After what feels like a lifetime of working, though, it can be difficult to transition to a cold-turkey retirement. To stay busy and supplement... More>>

What Is Tactical Asset Allocation?

When it comes to asset allocation, there’s more than one strategy you can follow. Tactical asset allocation is a moderately active approach to portfolio management that focuses on keeping pace with market trends.... More>>

What Is Strategic Asset Allocation?

When it comes to asset allocation and deciding how to diversify a portfolio, there’s more than one way you can approach it. A strategic asset allocation involves setting targets for each asset class, followed by... More>>

Market Value Adjustment (MVA) and Your Annuity

If an annuity is part of your retirement income plan, there’s a term you need to know: market value adjustment. It’s something that can be applied to your annuity contract if you withdraw money from the annuity... More>>

How to Avoid Paying Taxes on an Inherited Annuity

Inheriting an annuity can provide an unexpected financial windfall, but there are certain tax implications to consider. Whether you’ll owe taxes, how much and when you’re required to pay them depends on how the... More>>

A Guide to Debt Financing vs. Equity Financing

Corporations regularly need infusions of money – perhaps to hire new employees, fund new projects or raise money for an acquisition. In this situations, they typically face a choice between two options: debt... More>>

How to Buy an Investment Property

For conservative investors, the stock market holds huge risk. If that’s you, maybe you stick to high-yield savings accounts or low-cost index funds or ETFs. However, investors willing to take a bigger risk may invest in... More>>

How to Buy an Island

Do you dream not only of an island getaway but of getting away to your very own island? Good news. It’s actually possible to buy an island, and it may not be as difficult as you think. However, you’ll have …... More>>

How to Buy a Second Home with No Down Payment

Buying a home will be one of the most expensive purchases you ever make. Even on a tight budget, you can make it work. You can save up for an increase in monthly mortgage payments. You can even go in … Continue... More>>

What Is a Total Return Swap?

An asset’s total return measures how much value it generates in total. This includes both capital gains (when an asset gains market value) and income (when an asset makes a direct payment). Total return is one measure of... More>>

Your Financial Advisor’s Conflicts of Interest

If you’re working with a registered investment advisor (RIA) firm or financial advisor, you’ll likely encounter some conflicts of interest that arise from your advisor’s compensation arrangements. Some... More>>

How Insurance Planning Fits Into a Financial Plan

As you build your wealth, it’s important to protect your assets against any unforeseen events. While not as direct a way of saving as investing, insurance planning can save you significant amounts of money over the... More>>

What Are The Advantages Of SEO And How Much Does SEO Cost Per Month?

Originally Posted On: Are The Advantages Of SEO? In today’s world, SEO plays an essential role in all the online business owners by... More>>

What Is Total Return?

Many investors look at their portfolios piecemeal. They measure an asset by how much money it made, or by growth. For investors taking a comprehensive view, however, there is the idea of Total Return. It includes... More>>

What Is Capital Appreciation?

If you own any investments, capital appreciation is probably your goal. Capital appreciation occurs when an investment asset gains value as reflected by its market price. When a stock’s price goes up, say, or when a home’s... More>>

What is a Pyramid Scheme?

A pyramid scheme is an investment scam. Often they are business opportunity scams that solicit people to pay to distribute products or services. They, in turn, recruit additional distributors. Many people think of... More>>

What Is a Consumer Loan? Simple Guide to Getting a Loan

Learning how to understand consumer loans isn’t a difficult task. Many people don’t know what consumer loans are, but it’s because they don’t look into them. Most people have already applied for... More>>

How to Tell if a Slot Machine is Ready to Pay: The Best Tips

When you’re playing slot games, you want to choose a game that’s going to win. Most people will go with their gut. They’ll say things like, “This one’s a winner, I just know it!” The bet... More>>

How to Turn Your Hobby into a Business in 2020

Originally Posted On: a Hobby into a Business: This is How it Can Be Done If what you spend doing outside of work is your passion... More>>

CFA vs. MBA: Understanding the Differences

There is a wide variety of training for financial, investment and business expertise. Two of the most readily recognized and broadly accepted designations are the charted financial analyst (CFA) designation and the master... More>>

Operating Income vs. EBITDA: What’s the Difference?

When assessing the financial performance of a corporation, there are numerous useful metrics you can examine. Two of the main ones are operating income, which is profit minus operating expenses; and earnings before... More>>

Where Are Millennials Buying Homes? – 2020 Edition

Census Bureau data from 2018 shows that millennials have a homeownership rate of 33.7%, well below the national average of almost 64%. Though the national rate of millennial homeownership is low, some cities have much... More>>

How Different Generations Spend Money

As people age, their spending and saving patterns change. Major life events like buying a home, getting married or having kids may impact not only the rate at which people save, but also how they allocate the money that... More>>

How to Get Proof of Income: Your Complete Guide

Are you looking to rent an apartment but need to provide proof of employment? Don’t worry; with this guide, you can learn what’s required to verify your income. From what to supply to when it’s needed,... More>>

What Is an Annuity Fund?

If you own an annuity, the part of your contract that earns returns is called the annuity fund, and it’s important to understand how it works for different types of annuities. In other words, all three of the primary... More>>

Revocable vs Irrevocable Trusts: The Pros, Cons, and the Difference

Originally Posted On: Both revocable and irrevocable trusts have their advantages and disadvantages. If you’re looking for the best way... More>>

How to Make a Career Change: The Ultimate Guide

Whether you’re moving to a new location or simply need a new path away from the norm, changing careers can be a thrilling experience. If you’re not sure how to make a career change, it’s important to keep... More>>

Tax Season Begins January 27

Did you have a happy New Year? We certainly hope so. Now it's time to get back to regular routines and take care of January chores, including gathering your tax information. The 2020 Tax Season Begins on January 27 The... More>>

7 Smart Tips for Choosing a Health Insurance Plan

Originally Posted On: In 2018, the percentage of Americans with a health care plan was 91.5 percent. While this rate... More>>

Medigap Plan K and N vs. Medicare Advantage Plans

Originally Posted On: It has long been assumed that Medicare Advantage plans are the way to go if you need a low monthly premium. The risk trade-off,... More>>

How Much Will the Medicare Cost Plan Go up in 2020?

Originally Posted On: Did you know that over 44 million Americans are Medicare beneficiaries? And if you’re one of those 44 million... More>>

The Ultimate 2020 Illinois Car Insurance Guide: What You Need to Know

Originally Posted On: As a responsible car owner, you take pride in maintaining your vehicle. In addition, you want to ensure the car is covered by the ideal... More>>

Most In-Demand Jobs for Bachelor’s Degree Holders – 2020 Edition

In 2018, young adults with at least a bachelor’s degree had an impressive employment rate of 86%, compared to just 72% for their counterparts with a mere high school diploma. After all, a higher level of education can mean... More>>

IRS Issues New Rules on Hardship Distributions

Originally Posted On: The IRS recently made a number of significant changes to the regulations applicable to hardship distributions from... More>>

10 Eco Friendly Promotional Items to Try out This Year

Originally Posted On: As a responsible business owner, you take pride in practicing sustainable business. You value the environment and want to take care... More>>

What Are the Best Promotional Items for Small Business

Originally Posted On: As a small business, there are tons of different things that you should add to your marketing strategy such as giving away... More>>

Increase Your Chances of Winning: 7 Tips for Picking Lottery Numbers

Chances are, you’re one of the 50% of American adults who participate in the lottery every year, pushing year-end sales to more than $70 billion. Most players spend, on average, $1,000 on lottery tickets annually.... More>>

4 Tax Changes for 2020 That Will Change Your Return

Alright, we know it’s January. But here’s the thing — it’s never too early to start preparing to do your taxes. The more work you do now to educate yourself about the tax changes for 2020, the less... More>>

Top 20 Consumer Staples Stocks for 2020

Originally Posted On: Consumer staples stocks generate steady income. By paying dividends (and why not try out our dividend reinvestment calculator while you’re at... More>>

Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Watch in 2020

Originally Posted On: Artificial intelligence stocks (AI stocks) represent one of the most exciting and potentially lucrative industries to invest in going into 2020.... More>>

How to Switch Payroll Providers

Originally Posted On: As a company transitions through various stages of business development, the dynamics of the company goes... More>>

Insiders Guide to Starting a Fashion Business

Originally Posted On: The formula for starting a fashion business is changing daily. With online and offline developments taking place... More>>

SECURE Act: A quick guide to the major changes and corresponding planning considerations

Originally Posted On: In the 11th hour of 2019, Congress looks poised to pass a bipartisan appropriations bill that will help avert another government shutdown and put into effect... More>>

Growth Had a Good Run…Is It Time for a Value Comeback?

Originally Posted On: It can be surprising to learn that Value companies outperform Growth companies over the long-run. Typically, the types... More>>

How To Invest $2 Million For Income

Having $2 million to invest can ensure a lifetime income stream, provided it is wisely invested. So if you have managed to amass such a sum – whether through prudent money management, a lottery win or an inheritance... More>>

CIMA vs. CFA: What’s the Difference?

Financial advisors can earn a range of certifications and designations indicating their specialty and expertise. Two popular designations are CFA (chartered financial analyst) and CIMA (certified investment management... More>>

Your Business Is In Debt. Now What?

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Originally Posted On: As a business owner, one thing that is always on your mind is growth, and this is true even if you have no desire to go global like so many... More>>

How to Maximize Tax Returns: 5 Secrets to Boosting Your Tax Return This Year

Originally Posted On: Tax season can be stressful since there’s a lot of work to be done and paperwork to go... More>>

15 Ecommerce Statistics You Need to Know In 2020

Originally Posted On: As most entrepreneurs know, running and growing a successful business requires you to always be on top of your game. When it comes to... More>>

The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period

The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period, although new to some Medicare beneficiaries, has been around before. In 2011, the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period was altered and changed to the Medicare Advantage... More>>

A Desire to Live Debt-Free Spurs Many New Year's Resolutions

(NewsUSA) - With the start of a new decade just around the corner, Americans are feeling optimistic about their current and future financial situation, but reducing the burden of personal debt will be a priority for many... More>>

Annuity vs. CD: Which is the Better Income Source?

There are numerous savings options for retirees, from 401(k)s to IRAs, and even HSAs. But there are other savings vehicles worth considering. A fixed annuity provides retirees with regular payments. But a bank certificate... More>>

What Happens to an Annuity When You Die?

An annuity can provide a stream of guaranteed income for life, taking some stress out of retirement planning. But what happens to an annuity when you die? That’s a question you might be pondering if you currently own... More>>

What is a Charitable Gift Annuity?

A charitable gift annuity allows you to donate money to a non-profit, such as your alma mater. Planned giving can include charitable gift annuities. You can give back and get tax benefits. Meanwhile, you’ll receive... More>>

All About Holding Companies and Parent Companies

Most businesses are organized as operating companies, meaning they manufacture items or provide services. Holding companies, on the other hand, only have investments in other companies; they don’t have any operations... More>>

How Much Money Are Wrongful Death Damages? Your Guide

Do you know a loved one or someone close to you in some way that has died? If that person happened to die in a wrongful way, you can sue the one who caused the death of that person for compensation. It isn’t greed to... More>>

How Much Does Google Ads Cost? (What Should You Really Be Spending?)

Originally Posted On: Are you looking to advertise on Google, but not sure how much you should be spending? This is one of the most common questions we get, and today I’m... More>>

Bonds vs. Annuities for Retirement Income

Retirement income can come from numerous sources, including your employer’s 401(k) plan, an individual retirement account and taxable brokerage accounts. Bonds and annuities can also help create regular income, but... More>>

How investment in Dubai real estate is the best thing before Expo 2020

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New Year, New Career: 7 Tips to Kick 2020 Off Right

Originally Posted On: Optimism The beginning of a new year typically brings thoughts of fresh starts and new adventures. For many,... More>>

Five Career Paths Worth Pursuing in Brighton

Originally Posted On: Finding a career path that’s fulfilling, enjoyable and has a good salary can be tough. Understandably, a... More>>

Cities With the Best Work-Life Balance – 2020 Edition

It’s difficult to pursue your passions and manage your various commitments given the time that they require, especially if they are not directly linked to your job. In an ideal world, though, you earn enough to sock away... More>>

Balance Sheets vs. Income Statements

Three financial documents can evaluate the health of a business: the balance sheet, the income statement and the cash flow statement. Each measures and reports on different aspects of a company’s financial condition.... More>>

Fundamental vs. Technical Analysis

Investing in stocks is a great way to build wealth and save for retirement. Choosing which stocks to invest in can be a challenge. That’s why investors turn to strategies like fundamental and technical analysis to help... More>>

What Is Double Taxation? (And 7 Ways To Avoid It)

Originally Posted On: The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act reduced corporate income tax from 35% to 21%. While corporations are enjoying the extra savings, that doesn’t mean... More>>

Calculating Payroll Taxes In California (And 4 Types Of Deductions)

Originally Posted On: Calculating California payroll taxes can be quite a task. It can be tough to ensure payroll taxes are accurately calculated. In the state of... More>>

What is Long-Term Care Insurance and Why Do I Need It?

You might be healthy now, but chances are you’re going to need some help taking care of yourself as you get older. In fact, if you’re turning 65-years-old this year you can expect to live another two decades and... More>>

How to Pack a Storage Unit and Protect Your Stored Property

Originally Posted On: Self-storage in the U.S. is a $38 billion annual industry. Why do people spend so much to store their stuff each year? The... More>>

FRM vs. CFA: Which Is Right for You?

The work of a financial risk manager (FRM) and a chartered financial analyst (CFA) can overlap, but they have their own specialties. FRMs identify, price and mitigate risk, while CFAs generate financial analytics and... More>>

CMA vs. CPA: Which Should You Choose?

Finding the right financial professional can be a bit of work. Even when you’ve narrowed the focus of precisely what you need, you may still have trouble finding the right expert to help you. When it comes to various... More>>

Practical Strategies On How To Buy International Shares From Australia

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6 Things To Consider If You Want To Buy International Shares Online

Originally Posted On: Do you know that you can buy international shares online as easily as you buy books... More>>

Top Strategies To Engage Trade Show Attendees

Originally Posted On: Learning the top tactics to engage trade show attendees, is very important. The art of attracting visitors can be made simple. A... More>>

Buying vs Renting: Are Storage Units a Good Investment?

Originally Posted On: Did you know that nearly 10% of all households in the United States rent a storage unit to deposit various goods? This... More>>

Best Cities to Work From Home – 2020 Edition

The average U.S. worker travels about 27.1 minutes to work and spends $2,600 annually on commuting costs, according to 2018 Census Bureau estimates and the Citi ThankYou Premier Commuter Index. Working from home represents... More>>

Cloned Credit Cards 101

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, imitation of your credit cards must be the sincerest form of identity theft. For years, identity thieves have produced copies of credit cards (otherwise called card cloning)... More>>

CFA vs. CPA: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to picking an expert to handle, or to help you handle, your money, two of the more common types of experts are CPAs and CFAs. The former certification is typically earned by accounting professionals, while... More>>

How to Write a Contract for the Sale of a Business

Selling a business involves a lot of paperwork and a good contract. A business sale agreement is a legal document that describes and records the price and other details when a business owner sells the business. It is the... More>>

Internet of Things Stocks: How to Invest

Originally Posted On: The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to change so many facets of our lives. Things like the way we cool our homescook our dinnerswork... More>>

Best Places to Retire in Mexico in 2019

Originally Posted On: More and more Americans are retiring in Mexico. In fact, U.S. News recently reported that more Americans have retired abroad in Mexico than in... More>>

How Much Money to Retire?

Originally Posted On: Guide to Retire Smarter. So you’re wondering how much money to retire? Maybe you’re wondering how much income your retirement... More>>

Dividend Stocks

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Dakhla: Could It Be a Great Place to Secure Maximum Gains on Your Investments?

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Originally Posted On: Personal loans are experiencing a boon; to the tune of $138 billion. They’re now within reach for many Americans, and... More>>

Learn the Penalties for Securities Fraud and How to Protect Yourself

Securities fraud is a type of white-collar crime where a person or company engages in illegal buying, selling, or representation of stocks and other investments. This crime impacts individuals who fall prey to unethical... More>>


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Originally Posted On: More and more Americans are going all in for personal loans. In 2019, the amount of outstanding personal debt held... More>>

How to Win Over The Audience in Your Corporate Event

Originally Posted On: If you have something that you need to get across to all of the people that you do business with, why not host... More>>

What is Wealthy Affiliate?

Originally Posted On: into Wealthy Affiliate Hey, everyone and welcome to my Wealthy Affiliate review. In this review article, I will give you... More>>

How Does a Secured Loan Work? A Layman’s Guide

Exploring the options for personal loans can be a little overwhelming. There are so many products to choose from. Then you have to compare terms, interest rates, and other conditions of the loan. People with good credit... More>>

In a Cash Crunch? 10 Should And Should-Nots When You Need Quick Cash

78 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck every month. For the majority of us, spreading our budget this thin makes it quite easy to run into financial emergencies. When our animals get sick, our cars need fixing,... More>>

A Random Walk Down Wall Street

Random walk theory holds that short-term and mid-term price movements of a specific stock appear to be random and thus are unpredictable. Using a share price’s past movements, for example, is an unreliable means of... More>>

Buy-Side vs. Sell-Side Investment Analysts

Reading up on investment analysis can help you better understand market trends as you make decisions in your portfolio. Buy side vs sell side analysts are two very different approaches to investing. If you’re... More>>

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    Survey: Nearly 2 In 3 Have Lost Or Had Stolen Their Wallet

    Have you ever experienced that sinking feeling when you reach in your pants or purse for your wallet, and it's gone? You're not alone. According to an exclusive MoneyTips survey, 62% of respondents have had...More >>
    Have you ever experienced that sinking feeling when you reach in your pants or purse for your wallet, and it's gone? You're not alone. According to an exclusive MoneyTips survey, 62% of respondents have had their...More >>
  • Best States to Die In... For Taxes

    Best States to Die In... For Taxes

    Does your ability to pass on your wealth to your heirs depend on where you live ... and die? Indeed, it does. Federal estate taxes apply no matter where you live within the U.S., but eighteen states subject their...More >>
    Does your ability to pass on your wealth to your heirs depend on where you live ... and die? Indeed, it does. Federal estate taxes apply no matter where you live within the U.S., but eighteen states subject their citizens to...More >>
  • Proposed Law Stops Auto Insurers Using Credit Scores To Set Rates

    Proposed Law Stops Auto Insurers Using Credit Scores To Set Rates

    Another Use for Your Credit Score You probably know that your credit score affects the interest rates you'll pay for credit cards and loans. Did you know that your credit score could also affect your auto...More >>
    Another Use for Your Credit Score You probably know that your credit score affects the interest rates you'll pay for credit cards and loans. Did you know that your credit score could also affect your auto insurance...More >>
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