There are some economic indications that a double-dip recession could be on the horizon. Are you ready for what that could mean?
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In our society, we have long been encouraged to get as much as we can afford. However, just because you can “afford” something doesn’t meant that you should buy it.
Technology has advanced to the point where it is possible to work from home, connecting to the office via broadband connection. Telecommuting isn’t just convenient; it’s also cost-effective in a number of ways.
You are probably very aware of the importance of diversifying across asset classes, as well as diversifying across industries. Many people, though, overlook foreign investments when considering how they can add diversity to a portfolio.
Canadian dollar drops, along with many other currencies, against the U.S. dollar as worries about the global economy increase.
Many of us could use an overhaul where paying bills on time is concerned. With Mint’s bill organization service, late fees and other unpleasant consequences of late payments can be reduced significantly
Many people believe checking your personal credit report will hurt your credit score. That's a myth - as is the idea that paying off your debts will immediately raise your credit score. How many of these very common credit card myths do you believe?
Fewer partnerships would end in divorce if couples thought more objectively about their finances. That means treating your marriage like a business
From devastating tornadoes, to flooding, to an unexpected earthquake on the East Coast, it’s been a big year for disasters. If you have been affected by a disaster, the IRS allows you to deduct some of your losses.