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Author: Jacob Taylor

#1561 Hulu, Netflix, And Amazon Instant Video Comparison

Binge watching TV and movies has become a cultural phenomenon thanks to services like Netflix (NFLX), Hulu, and Amazon Instant Video (AMZN). As new consumption habits begin to form, so have traditional means of employing them. Sporting events, live concerts, and the news remain the backbone of te... see more

#1458 Buying A Second Home To Rent: Dos and Don'ts

In this time of historically low interest rates, it makes sense to consider investing in rental property. If the biggest chunk of the monthly cost of ownership – the mortgage payment – can be frozen for 30 years while rents gradually increase, the resale value of the property escalates and al... see more

#1440 Can You Trust the Philippines Healthcare System?

If you are planning to live or retire abroad, chances are you have questions about the healthcare system in your overseas destination: How good is it? How affordable? What about insurance?One spot popular with expats is the Philippines, an archipelagic nation of some 7,000+ islands known f... see more

#1427 The Importance Of Millennial Consumers

Millennials are the next Baby Boomers: a group of people so economically valuable that advertisers drop their pre-existing methods to cater to them. Today, Millennials only account for 25% of the total population but have already surpassed the Baby Boomers in numbers. With an estimated U.S. popul... see more

#1407 Steps To Retiring With A Reverse Mortgage

Many people haven't saved enough to cover 10, 20, 30 or especially 40 years of retirement expenses, but many have one major asset: a home. If you're a homeowner and at least 62 years old, you may be able to convert your home equity into cash using a reverse mortgage, a financial product that allo... see more

#1398 When Is College The Wrong Investment?

College tuition gets more expensive every year. This is to be expected since there is always some inflation that needs to be accounted for. However, college tuition rises between 5% and 7% each year; significantly faster than the Consumer Price Index. As college costs continue to rise, many peopl... see more

#1396 Top 8 Most Profitable Majors Of 2015

A college degree adds considerable value to your resume and your salary level. Federal Reserve Bank of New York analysts, in Do the Benefits of College Still Outweigh the Costs?, studied the economic benefits of bachelor's and associate's degrees since 1970 and found that both degrees earn[ed] a ... see more

#1356 Get the Best Savings Interest Rates For You

You've worked hard for your money, and you want to earn as much interest as possible once you deposit it in the bank. But choosing the right type of savings account can be confusing: Are you better off with a CD? A traditional savings account? A money market account? Each has pros and cons, so re... see more

#1322 Top Reasons Not to Roll Over Your 401(k) to an IRA

You've left your job. What should you do with the 401(k) plan you've faithfully contributed to for years? Conventional wisdom says roll it over into an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), and in many cases, that is the best course of action (see 8 Reasons to Roll Over Your 401(k) to an IRA). But... see more

#1217 Disadvantages of Federal Direct Loans

Federal Direct Loans have become one of the most popular types of student loans in American for several reasons. They offer flexible repayment options, a convenient application method, and generous terms for both eligibility and allowable expenses.Understand the LimitationsDespite these be... see more

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