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Author: Daniel Jackson

#1859 Computer-Based Financial Planning: How it Works

Computer-based financial planning is on the rise, but for two very different reasons. The first and most obvious is that many investors are turning to a do-it-yourself approach thanks to lower fees, tax-loss harvesting, portfolio rebalancing, diversification and low net worth requirements. These ... see more

#1843 Millennials Guide: Buying Your First House

Whether you call yourself a Millennial, a Gen Y'er or prefer to avoid generational labels altogether, one thing is certain: If you fall into the 18-to-34 age range, you'll probably be buying a home at some point in the not-so-distant future.Faced with sky-high unemployment, plummeting inco... see more

#1833 MBA vs Master's In Finance

Those looking to get into a career in finance often are encouraged to continue their studies by earning a Master's degree in business administration (MBA). An MBA offers a broad curriculum in finance, markets, accounting, entrepreneurship and management.But a more focused alternative that ... see more

#1795 Winning Retailers Amid Sales Slump

The Great Recession officially ended in June 2009, over 6 years ago. Since that time the economy has struggled to get back on track with the unemployment rate very slowly declining, new home sales slowly ticking back up and retail sales reports often looking rather bleak. The reality is that many... see more

#1760 How To Make Money With Airbnb: Risks & Rewards

Does your 9-to-5 paycheck leave much to be desired? Are you trying to pay down a mountain of debt as quickly as possible? Do you have a room in your home that you aren't using, or are you frequently out of town and paying rent or a mortgage on space you aren't occupying very often?The peer... see more

#1721 How ‘Small’ Is a Small Business: The Statistics

Is my business a small business? Seems like a straightforward question, right? Not always. Figuring out the correct answer to this simple question can be a lot more complicated than many business owners realize. It doesn't help that there are quite a few contradictory definitions of small busines... see more

#1689 The 5 Best Cities to Open a Coffee Shop in the US

Coffee is a big industry in the United States; Americans lead the world's total coffee consumption at 146 billion cups per year. With the average price of a cup of coffee in the U.S. at $1.38 and U.S. imports of coffee at $4 billion per year, there are many opportunities for business owners to pr... see more

#1664 Mortgage Rates: How the Interest Rate Rise Affects Mortgages

Of all the areas of finance and money-lending, perhaps nothing hits closer to home (literally) than the prevailing mortgage interest rate. After all, your ability to buy a new residence, or to refinance the loan on your current one, depends on it. So how do these rates operate, and what affects t... see more

#1662 How To Fly First Class For Cheap

Here's the problem: Planes are smaller, planes are fuller and airlines want people paying for first class seats instead of landing them for free. In other words, it's a lot harder to fly at the front of the plane without paying some big bucks for that spacious, cushy seat.Business vs. First C... see more

#1594 4 Government Grants for Small Business Owners

While taking on the responsibility of being a small business owner carries with it a high degree of excitement and pride, entrepreneurs also face a great deal of uncertainty and risk. One of the most challenging tasks a small business owner encounters during the course of the business life cycle ... see more

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