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#1832 Top Universities Abroad to Get Your MBA

Driven by a strong U.S. dollar and shorter MBA programs – both resulting in a lower tuition bill – a growing number of U.S. students are heading to elite programs abroad. Which schools are worth considering? Harvard established the world's first MBA program in 1908, but now,... see more

#1830 Your Bad Financial Habits Can Hurt Your Kids

Because most things money are taught at home, the way parents handle their finances can have a lasting impact on their children's financial habits. That's the message of the 6th Annual Parents, Kids & Money Survey published in March 2014 by Baltimore-based T. Rowe Price. When... see more

#1825 How To Profit From Solar Energy

Once regarded as too expensive and inefficient, solar energy is now becoming a more viable option for consumers and businesses alike. Alternative energy s are typically more in demand when the price of fossil fuels is high, but there are still many ways to profit from solar energy – both when o... see more

#1813 Using Your IRA to Pay off Credit Card Debt

You feel like you're drowning in credit card debt. And while you can't squeeze anything more out of the paycheck, you do have a tidy sum sitting in your Individual Retirement Account (IRA). Sure, those funds are supposed to stay untouched until you retire. But that's a long way off. Mightn't it b... see more

#1804 When Is an MBA Worth It?

Earning an Master's in Business Administration (MBA) can help professionals enhance their career opportunities, receive increased compensation and job promotions. An MBA can provide the skills and knowledge necessary to start a new business, and many employers require an MBA for certain managemen... see more

#1771 Learn About These 6 Dumb Money Pitfalls For Married Couples

There are plenty of benefits to being married, one of the most obvious — a lowered cost of living, assuming both spouses have income. However, being part of a legally recognized partnership means both spouses should understand what types of money pitfalls there are once you say, I do.Fro... see more

#1752 Costs And Benefits Of A Home Depot Credit Card

In light of the massive data breach at Home Depot (HD) that affected 56 million of its customers, you might not be so excited to say yes to that Home Depot credit card offer. But let's put that incident aside and look at the company's credit offerings using more financially based standards. Shoul... see more

#1663 Cash Back Credit Cards: A Way to Fight Bad Airline Rewards

What started as a simple idea around 1980 has grown into a full-blown cottage industry. Airline frequent flyer programs have expanded to include hundreds of millions of members in the United States alone, and the constant changes to terms and conditions have generated consumer an... see more

#1630 Find Asia's Safest, Cheapest Countries

Of the world's seven continents, Asia is the largest in terms of both area and population. Asia covers about one third of the earth's landmass and is home to more than four billion inhabitants – about 60% of the world's population. Each year, millions of international tourists head to various c... see more

#1605 Are You Paying Too Much in Taxes?

Taxes in and of themselves are not a bad thing. On some level, your taxes are going to pay for things that benefit the public as a whole, which no one entity would otherwise pay for. Paying too much, however, amounts to an interest free loan over and above your fair share. In this article, we'll ... see more

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