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Author: Andrew Harris

#1734 Applying To Grad School: GPA Vs. Work Experience

Succeeding at a top-tier graduate school can open a lot of professional doors. So it's not surprising students do everything they can to get into the best program possible.The challenge is that the selection process is frequently shrouded in mystery. In many cases, an application will requ... see more

#1654 10 Worst And Best Vacation Cities In The U.S.

The many costs of planning a vacation will put a stress on most people's finances, but where you actually choose to go can be what really makes or breaks your travel budget. From arranging airfare to booking a hotel room to dining out on the town, these expenses can quickly rack up — especially... see more

#1622 How To Compare Home Insurance Companies

Comparison shopping is widely considered one of the most effective ways to save money. And the tool relied on to whittle the price of new cars, furniture and services is an effective means to reduce the price of homeowners insurance, too.But comparing insurance companies is only effective ... see more

#1599 This Is How Much You Can Contribute to Your IRA

One of the surest ways to bolster your nest egg is to take advantage of special tax breaks offered by the IRS. That basic precept explains the popularity of individual retirement accounts, or IRAs, which have long been one of the cornerstones of asset planning in the U.S.Like employer-spon... see more

#1477 Airbag Recalls: What to Do If It's Your Car

Here's the headline: Honda announced on February 3 that it is recalling more than 2.2 million vehicles in order to fix defective airbags made by the manufacturer Takata. But here's the backstory: This recall is one of many involving Takata airbags, which have been known to be def... see more

#1393 How Much Cash Should I Keep In The Bank?

Everybody has an opinion on how much money you should tuck away in your bank account. The truth is, it depends on your financial situation.The money you leave in a bank should not be the money you are investing for retirement or your children's college education. It probably shouldn't even... see more

#1343 Retirement and Social Security Insolvency: How to Prepare

There's little doubt that the U.S. Social Security system is broken. According to the Congressional Budget Office, annual outlays for the program have exceeded annual revenues since 2010. The government expects that the two Social Security trust funds would be exhausted by 2031, and once they've ... see more

#1325 The Smartest Ways to Roll Over Your 401(k)

When you change jobs, or stop working, you have to decide what to do with the money in your 401(k). You have a number of choices and the one that makes the most money will be different depending on your circumstances.It probably doesn't make sense to take a lump-sum payout. Unless you're a... see more

#1271 How To Buy Annuities (And When Not To)

Annuities are more complicated than toy assembly instructions on Christmas Eve. How do we really know if we are getting a good deal? And are they ever a good investment?An honest salesman would say, That depends on when you die. If you outlive your actuarial mortality rate, the answer is p... see more

#1245 Assurant Vs Delta Dental Insurance

Dental insurance seems to be coming into its own. The number of people insured got a boost from the Affordable Care Act that defined dental coverage as an essential benefit for children, and offered adults the benefit either as part of a health plan or as a separate dental plan. As people are giv... see more

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