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Author: Ethan Smith

#1839 I Maxed Out My IRA! Now What?

If you've maxed out your IRA contributions for 2015 (or expect to by next April 15th), you're doing well. But the last thing you should be is complacent. To ensure a comfortable retirement, you must find other investment options.IRAs: Your Income and Contribution LimitsAs you probably know... see more

#1836 How To Sell Your Company At A Premium

A flurry of large company mergers and acquisitions this year is kindling hope among entrepreneurs seeking to sell.With AT&T, GE, Time Warner Cable and other large companies announcing mega merger and acquisition plans, 2014 is being called the year of the deal. Some of the same fundame... see more

#1811 What to Do When You Are Underpaid

What do you do when your work isn't being valued for what it is worth? Being underpaid makes work unpleasant in the short term and can harm your long-term earning potential. Here are some strategies to help you earn the pay that you deserve.Do Your ResearchDo you feel that you are underpai... see more

#1783 How to Shop for Home Insurance

Own a home? Looking to buy a home? You're going to need homeowners insurance. There's no getting around it, especially if you'll be financing the purchase: Before handing you one dollar of their money, any lender will require proof that the property is insured. But for some reason, home insurance... see more

#1743 The Dangers of Using Your Retirement to Pay for Your Child’s College

As parents, you want to help your child succeed, no matter the costs. However, one of those costs should not be your retirement. According to a 2014 Sallie Mae survey, 7% of families dipped into their retirement to help foot the costs for college. This trend is growing in popularity, but that doe... see more

#1732 Internet Sales Tax Vs. Brick & Mortar Sales Tax

The sales tax at a brick and mortar store is reflective of a state's base sales tax plus local sales taxes imposed by counties and cities. Some states have placed exceptions on sales taxes; a common exception is on staple food items. A sales tax is usually collected by the business owner or store... see more

#1705 The Most Innovative Entrepreneurs Of 2015

Today's highly dynamic business world needs new innovations and discoveries. Innovative entrepreneurship involves building a new business from scratch based on a completely new idea or offering something new within an existing ecosystem to fix a problem. (See related: Why Innovation Is Crucial To... see more

#1596 10 Signs You Own Too Many Credit Cards

With the abundance of credit card offers found in mailboxes, advertised on TV and offered at retail stores, it's no wonder Americans have a crippling amount of credit card debt. According to CreditCards.com, the average American had 1.96 credit cards in 2012, down from 3.7 in 2009. Credit card de... see more

#1587 Credit Card Review: Chase Sapphire Preferred (JPM, COF)

The Chase (JPM) Sapphire Preferred card is a great fit for the wallet of a world traveler or culinary aficionado. It enables you to accumulate rewards points that can be redeemed for airline miles, gift cards and merchandise. This card is an especially good fit if you enjoy traveling and eating o... see more

#1518 Expanding Your Small Business With An SBA Loan

If you're wondering how to fund the expansion of your small business, you might want to consider a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan. Although they're not for every business owner, these loans are a viable option for those who can't obtain other financing to grow their business.Esse... see more

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