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About 1/3 of us have little or no money set aside for retirement. You can minimize your impact (and help your financial bottom line) by moving into a smaller home.
It seems like everyone and their mother is starting their own business these days. Do you have what it takes?
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In Portland, Oregon, prisoners transitioning to outside life are taught a money-saving life skill that helps them navigate life after incarceration.
An infographic of the most expensive foods in the world shows that spending more than a year’s salary on food for just one day isn't as hard as you'd imagine.
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The Starbucks College Achievement Plan will fully reimburse juniors and seniors enrolled at Arizona State University online. And underclassman also can apply for scholarships.
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New options mean a seller can receive more for a pre-owned ring and a buyer can find a great deal.
NerdWallet looked at social opportunities, affordability and walkability to determinethe 20 top cities for dog ownership. Guess which city topped the list?
Which states lead the nation for working moms? And which states trail behind? Find out where your state falls on the list.
A study from the United Kingdom points out what library lovers already know: That these buildings of books are so much more.
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