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#1376 How To Apply For Unemployment Insurance

Have you or somebody you know recently lost a job? You might be entitled to unemployment insurance through the federal and/or state government where you live. Like all government programs, navigating the path to benefits isn't necessarily easy.OverviewAll states fol... see more

#1335 The Pros and Cons of Using Airbnb

Airbnb is an online community marketplace that connects people looking to rent their homes with people who are looking for accommodations. Airbnb users include hosts and travelers: hosts list and rent out their unused spaces, and travelers search for and book accommodations in 192 countries world... see more

#1289 Power Of Attorney Form

One size never fits all in anything important. That is especially true of the pivotal legal document called a power of attorney (POA), which grants a named agent or attorney-in-fact the right to act in your place when you cannot. It may be necessary for courts to intervene in some instances if a ... see more

#1279 Understanding Tax Rules For Household Help

Whenever you hire a household employee to whom you pay wages of $1,900 or more in a year, you enter a maze of government forms and tax rules that you must follow to avoid getting in trouble with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – and, potentially, U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, if... see more

#1247 Health Care: The Stealth Retirement Expense

What's the biggest risk to your retirement security?I'll give you a hint: It's something you may take for granted when it's good and that can be life-changing when it's less than good.It's your health, and more specifically, health-care costs. In fact, health care in retirement coul... see more

#1224 Federal Direct Loans

There are many different types of financial aid to help students and their families pay college tuition costs. Front and center, generally offering the best deals – except for an outright grant or scholarship, of course – are federal student loans. (See College Loans: Private Vs. Federal.)... see more

#1097 P2P Mortgage Loans - A Growing Trend

The past decade has seen an Internet-fueled trend in peer-to-peer (P2P) lending. It's a form of financing that allows borrowers to obtain a loan from a group of individual lenders without going through an intermediary, such as a bank. (To learn more about this phenom, see Peer-To-Peer Lending -... see more

#1069 Find the Right Reverse Mortgage Counseling Agency

If you want to get a reverse mortgage, odds are you'll have to get counseling first.The government requires applicants for a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) (which make up about 95% of the reverse mortgages underwritten) to complete a session with a reverse mortgage counselor before... see more

#1064 Does It Pay To Go To College?

Some financial questions feel like non-starters: Should I pay the rent or instead put the money on Molly's Foal to win the 3rd race at Belmont? Despite the obvious pitfalls, there will be people who go with the second choice. Other questions offer more nuance in their balance of rational calculat... see more

#996 Best 2015 IRA Promotions

How are you doing with your retirement funds? If you're like most, you're probably behind. Statistics show that 80% of Americans ages 30-54 believe they won't have enough retirement savings – and they're probably right.One study found that 26% of Americans ages 50-54 had no retirement sa... see more

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