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#1834 How the Harvard MBA Compares To The Stanford MBA

For the last three years, Harvard Business School (HBS) and Stanford Graduate School of Business (GBS) have led the Financial Times' ranking of the world's best master of business administration (MBA) programs. Stanford came in first in 2012, and Harvard topped the list in 2013 and 2014. In this ... see more

#1696 Luxury Cars with High Resale Value

Depreciation. It's the number-one bane of a car-buyer's existence. Carfax cites a 10% loss that takes place the very second that you drive that new car off of the dealer's lot. If that's not bad enough, you can knock of another 10% throughout the course of the first year of ownership. Over five y... see more

#1671 Review Of The Walmart Credit Card's Rewards

Walmart (WMT) – you either love it or hate it. The same is true for its credit card. Like any card issued by a retail store, there are reasons to stay away from the card, but all in all, this card has a lot of good going for it.The Store Card's Issuer When consid... see more

#1638 Equity Vs. Salary: What You Need To Know (FB, GOOG)

If you are joining a startup firm or a relatively young firm, equity compensation could be a carrot that the firm dangles before you. Startups are known for being relatively cash-strapped and considering their need to preserve cash and recycle whatever cash they generate into their business opera... see more

#1618 Top Credit Cards with 2% Cash Back

If you're going to have a credit card, you might as well get paid to use it, right? There are plenty of cards that have cash to give you just for using it. Here are some of our favorites.Chase FreedomHow does 5% cash back sound? You earn the normal 1% cash back on everyday purchases on a q... see more

#1612 Peer Pressure Can Spur Retirement Savings

If your friend jumped off a bridge, would you jump off a bridge, too?What American child or adult hasn't heard this question at least a dozen times from a parent or relative? The inquiry is intended to teach the importance of independent thinking and judgment. That's a lesson most o... see more

#1585 Pros and Cons of Deferred Compensation Plans

While non-qualified deferred compensation (NQDC) plans allow you to save an unlimited amount for retirement, they also have some serious drawbacks. In addition to requiring income distribution to be scheduled ahead of time, deferred compensation plans do not allow early access to your account und... see more

#1567 The Most Expensive Countries For American Tourists

There are many budget-friendly travel destinations around the world. You can fly to Costa Rica, for example, for a few hundred dollars, and get by comfortably on about $30 a day, including accommodations, meals, activities and transportation. Your dream destination, however, might not be one of t... see more

#1565 Top Airline Miles Credit Cards

Like to travel? If you do, why not look for a travel card? Instead of cash back or general rewards points, you earn points to use towards air travel, rental cars, hotel stays or other travel-related expenses.There are many cards to choose from, but here are four to put at the top of your l... see more

#1564 Best Credit Cards For 2015

The New Year is all about change and reevaluation. You probably already reevaluated many other parts of your life – eating and exercise, for example – but how about your finances? When did you last look at the terms on your credit card to see how they compete against the newest cards on the m... see more

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