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Author: Matthew Smith

#1390 States with the Shortest Unemployment Benefits

The labor market has steadily improved since the Great Recession, and that is undoubtedly a positive development for U.S. workers. But among those who do lose their job, many are finding that the social safety net they now need to rely on isn't as strong as it once was. Here is a look at how and ... see more

#1382 5 Home Remodels That Increase Resale Price

If you're considering improvements to your home this winter, first consider which will pay the most back when you sell the home down the road. (See: Selling Your House? Avoid These Mistakes.) Remodeling Magazine recently released its 2015 Cost vs. Value Report, which outlines the 35 most popular... see more

#1380 FHA Loans: An Option for Manufactured Homes, Too

The tightening of mortgage-lending standards over the past few years has made the goal of home ownership tougher for the average borrower. But despite their modest cost, it can be even harder if you're interested in purchasing a manufactured home.The main reason is that fewer banks are in ... see more

#1365 6 Steps To Better Budgeting

Is your idea of a budget simply spending till your checking account is nearly empty? Or worse, till your credit limit is exhausted?If so, you may be thinking of your budget simply as the limits on your financial res, and not as a tool to take control of your financial future. If you would ... see more

#1287 Essential Tips For Would-Be Entrepreneurs

After retiring her professional dancing shoes, Judi Sheppard Missett taught dance class to civilians in order to earn some extra cash. But she soon learned that women who came to her studio were less interested in learning the precise steps than they were in losing weight and toning up. Sheppard ... see more

#1208 How Student Loan Debt is Shaping the 2016 Election

For millennials across the political spectrum, student loan debt may be the number one educational and economic issue, and it's taken center stage for the 2016 presidential campaign. According to the White House, almost 70% of students who earn a bachelor's degree will graduate in debt. Far beyon... see more

#1181 5 Steps So You Stop Throwing Away Airline Miles

As the summer travel season kicks off, millions of Americans will head off to sunny — and for many, costly — destinations. Nothing can ruin your carefree, relaxing vacation more than spending beyond your budget and coming home to find a credit card bill littered with charges. According to a n... see more

#1120 Find The Top Reverse Mortgage Companies

More than 23,000 homeowners took out reverse mortgages last year. But the big banks are mostly out of the reverse mortgage business, which means that if you're shopping for a reverse mortgage, you might be choosing among lenders you've never heard of.Here's a look at the four biggest rever... see more

#1108 Retire Wealthy: The Millennial March To $1,000,000

Today I want to teach those of the millennial population how to retire wealthy, perhaps with at least a million dollars. It is vital that Millennials understand how to use the power of time in their financial march to a million.The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently reported ... see more

#1076 Where Do Lawyers Earn the Most Money?

Lawyers earn a mean annual wage of $133,470 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, this number varies greatly depending on industry and location. For example, the mean average wage for lawyers in securities and commodities is a little over $200,000, while a lawyer working for ... see more

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