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Author: Michael Williams

#1472 Oil Prices Are Down, Airfares Aren't. What's Up?

American Airlines recently announced record net profits of $7.6 billion for 2015, a whisker below trebling the prior year. Others in the billionaires club: Delta, United and Southwest, which topped the billion dollar mark for the first time ever.A big reason is cheap oil, which means cheap... see more

#1453 Should You Delay Your Retirement?

You've probably been dreaming about retirement since the first day you entered the workforce. Whether you envision your post-working years as a time to travel the globe, hit the golf course every day, spend more time with the grandkids or just lie on the beach sipping piña coladas, one thing is ... see more

#1404 Study Abroad: Budget For France

France is consistently one of the top study abroad destinations for American students, and it's a great place to live and travel. While the euro used to be very strong, the dollar's surge since the end of 2014 means that the cost of living in France has gone down a lot for Americans. (For more on... see more

#1379 How Much Money Do You Need to Live in Los Angeles?

As the second-largest city in the United States, Los Angeles attracts residents from across the country and around the globe. As the epicenter of the multibillion dollar entertainment industry, the city is a magnet for aspiring actors, directors and screenwriters. With idyllic weather year-round,... see more

#1363 Can Getting One Month Ahead Save Your Budget?

Once upon a time, my husband and I were pretty clueless when it came to how we spent the money we earned at our 9 to 5 jobs. We made a decent income but struggled to keep track of where it was all going and, more importantly, why it always managed to disappear into thin air.I won't bore yo... see more

#1212 Private Student Loans For International Students

It's challenging enough for an American student to scrounge up enough funds for college – but for an international student, financing a U.S. college education can be even more formidable. It doesn't help that U.S. tuition has increased by nearly 1,200% over the past 35 years. In 2013-2014, a mi... see more

#1210 10 Little Known Ways To Reduce Your 401(k) Taxes

If you have a traditional 401(k), you will have to pay taxes when you take distributions. Unfortunately, that 401(k) is subject to the worst kind of taxes – ordinary income taxes. The amount you pay is based on your tax bracket, and if you're younger than 59½, add 10% (for early distribution) ... see more

#1195 What To Know About New 2014 Tax Brackets

By Shirley PulawskiIncome tax brackets have been updated for the 2014 tax year (those taxes due on April 25, 2015), and for a change, a little bit of inflation may be a good thing for some filers. While the changes won't be dramatic, anyone who expects to earn near the top end of a bracket... see more

#1183 Credit Card Savings

The idea of saving money – or even making some ­­– by playing your cards right is one of the most seductive sales pitches that credit card issuers have to offer. But whether their bait is free plane tickets or cash back, it's worth remembering that they are in business to make money, not to... see more

#1171 Buying a House Before an Interest Rate Hike

Few economic events garner as much attention as the Federal Reserve's policy meetings. Everyone wants to know if and when the Fed is going to finally raise interest rates – after an unprecedented zero-bound regime – and what the potential fallout might be. The housing market is particularly i... see more

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