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Author: Christopher Harris

#1145 The Best Places Abroad to Buy a Second Home

The best place in the world to buy a second home is… [Cue the drumroll, please!] Ecuador. There is some pretty good reasoning behind one survey's placement of Ecuador at the top of the list. But that doesn't necessarily make it the best for you.The best place for your second home should ... see more

#1103 Can Retirement Damage Your Health?

Think of it as film noir like "The Big Sleep," "The Set-Up" or "Night in the City" – only this one is called "Death by Retirement." The script summary: You've thought about, talked about, dreamed about the day you'd pull your nose off the grindstone, wave goodbye to your boss, your coworkers, ... see more

#1088 6 Methods to Maintain a Healthy Credit Score During Retirement

You spent your whole life borrowing money, building your credit and paying down debt. So, when you cross the retirement threshold the last thing you may be thinking of is your credit score. But, regardless of your borrowing needs going forward, your credit score still matters for a number of reas... see more

#1035 7 Things To Know About FHA Home Loans

Not long ago, FHA home loans were something of a niche product that appealed mostly to low-income buyers. But when the housing bubble burst in 2008, the federal program suddenly became a common way to finance property. Even today, FHA mortgages can be appealing to those who don't qualify... see more

#921 Best Credit Cards For Travel To Europe

Going on a European vacation or traveling for business? Paying for anything in a country outside of your own comes with fees. Banks say that there are not only costs associated with converting currencies; there is considerable risk of fraud. Banks say those foreign transaction fees help to mitiga... see more

#822 What Harvard Actually Costs

Even within the prestigious Ivy League, there's something special about Harvard University. Founded in 1636, it's the country's oldest post-secondary school and the alma mater of many noteworthy figures, including numerous U.S. presidents and Nobel Laureates. But for many top students, a d... see more

#817 How To Score A Private Student Loan

It's no secret that college is phenomenally expensive, and the sticker price rises every year. In fact, college tuition has increased by nearly 1,200% over the past 35 years. For the 2013-2014 academic year, the College Board reports a moderate college budget averaged $22,826 for an in-state publ... see more

#755 Stick to Your Budget Despite Your Friends

You know that spending less than you earn and saving a percentage of your income for emergencies, major life goals and retirement are essential for financial independence. But sometimes these goals are at odds with pressure from the most important people in your life. Group meals at restaurants, ... see more

#752 How To Safeguard Your Tax Returns From Identity Theft

It's the 21st century version of riding in on a horse with a Colt .45 and robbing a bank: online identity theft.The Internet serves many good purposes, but it also makes it easier for thieves to steal your information. In 2012, there were 13 million victims of identity theft. To put some p... see more

#746 ‘I Just Inherited Money’ Now What?

Young and rich. It sounds like a great combination – and it is. But rich is a relative term. A sum that can last one person a lifetime might last another just a few years, months or even weeks. If you're lucky enough to inherit a large amount of money when you're young, here are six tips that w... see more

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