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#1759 Finding the Best Mortgage Rates in 2016

Buying a home may be the biggest and most important financial decision of your life, and will likely require a mortgage to fund the purchase. As home-buying technology has progressed, the process of finding the best mortgages rates for 2016 can all be done online. To help you get started, in addi... see more

#1711 5 Bad Habits Every Entrepreneur Should Avoid

Entrepreneurship can be the key to living life on your own terms. When you run your own business, you call the shots and report to no one but yourself. The idea of having no boss sounds alluring, but as an entrepreneur, it is important to remember that you actually do have a boss: yourself. Moreo... see more

#1698 Step-By-Step: How To Fill Out An I-9 Form

When you hire a new employee, you must verify that the person is legally eligible to work in the United States. Once you've made a job offer (but not before), the new employee must demonstrate eligibility to work in the U.S. by completing Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. ... see more

#1694 10 Signs You Are Not OK to Retire

Being ready to retire means more than being ready to stop waking up at 6:00 a.m. to put in long hours at a job you're not thrilled about. If it were that simple, most of us would retire at 25. What it really takes to retire is a solid grasp on your budget, a carefully considered investment and sp... see more

#1672 Can Electric Cars Replace Gas Guzzlers?

When electric cars first appeared, they looked like a way for the world to escape dependence on fossil fuels and move to an environmentally friendly method to power our transportation. High costs and poor battery performance have deterred many people from making the leap, which begs the question:... see more

#1505 What Is Sallie Mae And How Does It Work?

During the financial crisis of 2008, many companies, particularly financial companies ran into difficulty and required financial bailouts from the government. The public were none too happy about all the money doled out to prop up some financial companies like AIG (AIG), but some other companies... see more

#1486 Find the Best Savings Account Rates

Are you looking for a new savings account? With the wide range of options available, it pays to do your research before signing up with the first account you find. Though many of today's savings accounts offer perks and incentives, there are a few things to look at in addition to the best rate yo... see more

#1350 How to Buy a Home with a Reverse Mortgage

If you're 62 or older and you want to buy a house, you have three options: Get a traditional forward mortgage, use your savings to pay for the house in full, or get a special type of reverse mortgage called a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage for Purchase (HECM for Purchase, or reverse for purchase... see more

#1303 Transferring Credit Card Balances To A New Card

Have you been approved for a new credit card with a 0% interest balance transfer offer? Here are the steps you'll want to take before you actually transfer a balance from an old credit card to a new one and the steps for completing the transfer.1. See where you stand and choose bal... see more

#1283 How To Survive When Prices Double Every Day And A Half

What does life actually look like when your country and its currency collapse? In a recent Casey Daily Dispatch, two guest columnists – one from Zimbabwe and another from Bosnia – shared their respective feats of survival amid the horrors of hyperinflation and civil unrest. Sadly, their stori... see more

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