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What are the best healthcare options for your business? For now, there are four

Whether you support President Obama or not, whether you lean to the left or to the right, it doesn't matter: You need to figure out your plan for your business. And for now, I only see four options.


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Ready to buy a home? Good credit and planning are the keys

9 ways to overcome obstacles to owning a home.


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You can now take guitar lessons in the air: But should you?

In the end, it's a personal balancing act when it comes to in-flight Wi-Fi.


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Tips & secrets you should know when buying groceries
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American family spends approximately $6,600 a year on food: $3,977 eating at home and $2,625 eating away from home. 
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6 cost-conscious routes to boosting your home's value
Balance debt and value when choosing home improvement projects.

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Is mystery shopping a real job? Unveiling the mystery

You've likely seen advertisements or documentaries highlighting the business of "mystery shopping." 

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Top checking accounts with no overdraft fees
When money is tight and you lose track of your bank account balance, overdraft fees can turn a quick pit stop into a major headache.
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Rent or sell your home?
How to choose the best way to handle a house you are leaving.
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7 surprising reasons why chocolate is really good for you

Researchers have proven that making chocolate a regular part of your diet can have tremendous benefits for anyone.


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Find the top money transfer services
Sometimes you have to get money to somebody (or yourself) fast. When that happens, one easy way to do it is through a money transfer company. 
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How to have a baby without having a financial crisis

6 tips to help new parents put their money in order before bringing a child home



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How long should my resume be?
That's one of the most commonly asked questions in the job-search world. The answer, of course, depends. 
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How bad is my credit score?
If you have really bad credit or really good credit, you probably already know it. But there's that vast middle area where your score is too low to get the best offers.
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A beginner’s guide to applying for financial aid
10 things to know when seeking financial assistance for college
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The economic impact of better US-Cuba relations
The República de Cuba is not quite at the point where it is ready to become a full-fledged member state of the free and developed world, but it is a lot closer now than it has been in several decades. 
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How to get the best mortgage rates
You want to purchase a home. For most people that means getting a mortgage. This is not the time to let somebody else do the shopping for you.
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Buried in holiday debt? Pay it off fast

8 steps to eliminate credit card debt and work toward financial freedom in 2015.


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Best ways to save on travel using airline miles
Airlines and their credit card company partners are experts at promoting their programs, but how likely are you to ever cash in? 
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Do you know how to beat your broker?
As retail investors, we sometimes forget that our trading capital is our working capital. 
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Should you tap into savings to pay off debt?
Many workers are tempted to withdraw money from their retirement accounts when holding debt they want to pay down. 
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Apple Pay vs Google Wallet: How they work
Apple Pay and Google Wallet are mostly identical offerings. Apple may be to be easier to use, but Google has a more features.
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Get fit while keeping your wallet in shape

If you resolved to get healthier in the New Year, try these eight tips to do it affordably


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8 ways to make 2015 better financially than 2014

New Year's resolutions to save money can come true this year


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Are U.S. colleges still a good investment?
For decades, there's been an unwritten rule that if you want a good job, you need a diploma from a four-year college. 
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Top-ranked personal finance software
As we approach a new year, it's a great time to find good personal finance software to get control over your finances as part of your New Year's resolutions.

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Top resume strategies for new grads in finance
With insight from experts and employers in the world of finance, we've developed some tips to help your resume stand out from all the others.
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10 ways to change your spending habits to save big
Planning to save money can bring future peace of mind.
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How do hotel night auctions work?

Web-based services companies offer consumers coupons, discounts and price comparisons to allow individuals to pay the lowest price for hotels.


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8 federal laws that protect employees
A push for employee rights gained momentum in the 20th Century, resulting in a series of important laws that millions of Americans rely on to this day

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The best credit cards for holiday shopping
Now that you're starting your holiday shopping, you may be wondering which credit cards will give you the best advantages. 
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9 smart tax moves to make before the new year
A little prep now can minimize the pain of paying income taxes.
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Top credit cards for airline miles travel
Free travel, free upgrades, free checked bags. Some travel benefits may be had just by holding an airline's co-branded credit card. 
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Alternatives to balance transfers
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If you're trying to get rid of high-interest credit card debt, transferring your balance to a lower-interest credit card, or even a card with a promotional 0% APR, isn't your only option.
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Tips for finding affordable health insurance
 
 
There is some good news for those on a budget, however. The ACA provides more insurance options than before.
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10 tips for cutting winter costs

Preparing for cold weather can help keep winter expenses manageable.


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Plan to save this holiday season

Avoid holiday debt and New Year regret by planning ahead.


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Fixes for 5 common financial mistakes

Keep slip-ups from damaging your credit.


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Save money on holiday meals

10 tips to host a delicious dinner without going into debt.


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End-of-year car buying tips
Score a new set of wheels with less hassle.
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The pros and cons of debt settlement

Four years after FTC changes, consumers still need to be cautious.


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Coping with financial stress

5 ways to handle money worries.


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Answers to kids' tough money questions
Smart ways to have the money talk.
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Scare up Halloween savings
Halloween has quickly become one of the top consumer-spending holidays. The National Retail Federation estimates that Americans spent close to $7 billion last year on costumes, candy, decorations, pumpkins and more. 
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Avoid these 5 costly money-saving mistakes
Tips for maximizing your savings potential
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Protect yourself against identity theft
More than 13 million Americans were victims of identity-theft fraud last year. The number of victims has increased by half a million people since 2012. 
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Unlocking the secrets to a financially happy relationship
Fall is now second only to summer as the most popular time to tie the knot. However, before a couple says, “I do,” it is important to first have a truthful heart-to-heart talk about finances.
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Get a handle on medical expenses

Fast action can keep debt under control


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Should you refinance your mortgage?
Weigh the pros and cons before deciding.
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The importance of an emergency fund

4 reasons you need to start saving now.


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Should you change banks?
Nearly 20 percent of consumers have considered switching their checking accounts to a different financial institution, a 2012 Consumer Reports survey found. 
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Job search do’s and don’ts

7 tips for landing a new job.


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Six financial steps to take when you move
How to avoid letting relocation damage your credit profile
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Wipe out debt for good
4 keys to free yourself of credit card debt.
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Five valuable credit report lessons

What you can learn from checking your credit profile.


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Affordable family fun
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7 inexpensive summertime activities.


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Rebound from financial pitfalls

4 steps to getting your money affairs back in order.


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Avoid vacation debt by staying home this summer – and still have fun
  Make the most of a staycation with 10 local (and affordable) activities.
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Save on moving expenses to stay out of debt

Seven strategies to cut relocation costs.


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Make time for a mid-year money checkup
Now is the time to get finances back on track and dig out of debt.
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Plan an affordable vacation without going into debt
Stay within your means and still have fun.

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Plan a dream wedding on a dime
Say “I do” without breaking the bank.

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Say good riddance to debt
When you factor in mortgages, car loans, student loans and credit cards, the average American is more than $225,000 in debt.
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Tips for repaying student loans
Be smart about paying off education debt.

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4 places to provide money lessons for youngsters
Schools spend a lot of time teaching children reading, writing and arithmetic. Unfortunately, math lessons rarely include a course on how to manage finances.

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5 signs you are ready for home ownership
Owning a home is still many people’s idea of the American dream. Yet purchasing a home still requires a major financial investment and a long-term commitment.

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Test your money smarts
Take this quiz to gauge your financial IQ.

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Investing 101
Market investment tips for beginners.
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Secrets of debt collection agencies
It can be unsettling when a debt collector tracks you down and inquires about repayment. But owing money to a creditor does not place you completely at its mercy.
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Cash in on spring cleaning
6 ways clutter-busting can save you money.
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6 ways to cut child care costs
Ensure quality care at an affordable price
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Save money with social media
Find discounts and deals on Facebook and more.
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5 simple steps to creating a budget
A budget plays a vital role in helping manage your money, getting out of debt and staying that way. It is also a must for ensuring your long-term financial future.
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Romance on a budget
6 low-cost ways to show your love this Valentine's Day.
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5 things you need to know about the Affordable Care Act
Learn how health care reform may impact your finances.
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5 steps to protect your credit
Recent data breaches remind consumers to secure financial information.
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5 new year's resolutions for financial improvement
As you resolve to make some changes in 2014, do not forget about improving your financial health.
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Make 2014 the year to save money
Whether you are recovering from a holiday spending hangover or simply resolving to do better fiscally in the future, the clean slate of a new year is a perfect time to reassess your finances.
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4 bad money habits to break in 2014
Make 2014 your fiscally fittest year yet by kicking these bad money habits.
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Make the most of charitable giving and tax breaks
Giving now can save money later on taxes.

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Avoid these 6 holiday spending mistakes
This may be the most wonderful time of the year. But the holiday season also can be one of the costliest.
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Save money this holiday season
Avoid a spending hangover with these 5 smart tips.
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Financial tips for adults returning to college
Returning to school requires an upfront financial commitment. But college can be affordable when you put these tasks on your personal syllabus.
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Keep yourself and your bank account healthy
5 steps to managing medical debt.

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Steps to saving for a down payment
Be smart with your money and move into your dream home sooner.
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The DOs and DON'Ts of applying for credit
Understand your risks and obligations.
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The changing face of debt settlement
The deeper Americans go into debt, the greater the need for debt relief assistance. If you find yourself in very serious debt, here is what you need to know about getting help.
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Financial survival tips for furloughed workers
Many of those who have suddenly find themselves without incomes are facing tough times. These steps can help see you through this lean time.
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Manage the costs of pet ownership
If your home is one of the 60 percent of U.S. households that have a pet, here are some things that you can do to ensure the well-being of your beloved furry family member without breaking the bank.
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Find your financial footing after bankruptcy
Six tips to get you back on track.
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6 financial tips for the savvy single
Taking care of business when you take care of yourself.
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How to survive a job loss
Here are 8 tips to help you get through lean times.

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Never too early or too late to plan for retirement
Retirement can sound almost too good to be true. Unfortunately, fewer than half know how much to save in order to maintain something close their current lifestyle.
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The company you're keeping on Facebook could affect your credit score
There are a number of valid reasons why you need to keep watch of the people you add and keep on Facebook. More lending outlets are turning to checking social connections online to evaluate people's loan eligibility.
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Top 12 vacation money savers
Whether you’re hopping in the car with the family for a weekend getaway or flying across the country, you can follow these simple tips to total vacation bliss.
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Save money for Mother's Day, or any day
Whether you've always wanted to take mom to Mexico or splurge on a day at the spa, here are some easy tips for saving up dinero for Mother's Day and all year round!
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How to say no to your boss
To create a good work-life balance, you might have to learn to say no to your bosses.
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"Scrooge Index" shows that New York is America's least charitable city
America's richest communities have been cross-referenced with how much, or little, those who live there give to charity. If you're looking for donations, you may want to avoid New York.
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4 tips for a tough summer job market
If you're a high school or college student looking for work in the coming months, here's some tips on how to make your own form of employment, whether you're looking to pad your resume or line your pocketbook.
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How to survive a job loss
How to say no to your boss
Halloween decoration ideas for the office
Do smartphones and tablets grant us more time away from work, or less?
6 ways to get what you want
4 tips for a tough summer job market
More about your job...
End-of-year car buying tips
Test your money smarts
Secrets of debt collection agencies
Cash in on spring cleaning
Save money with social media
5 simple steps to creating a budget
5 things you need to know about the Affordable Care Act
5 steps to protect your credit
Save money this holiday season
Keep yourself and your bank account healthy
Test your money smarts
Steps to saving for a down payment
Know your movers before releasing your possessions
More about your home...
Test your money smarts
5 simple steps to creating a budget
6 financial tips for the savvy single
Never too early or too late to plan for retirement
USAA Best Places 2014
Produced for USAA and the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation - USAA and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation present this year's best places for veterans to live when they transition from active service.

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Your Budget
Running your household: credit and debt, shopping, insurance, savings and education are among the everyday issues included in this section.
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Your Future
Saving and investing: This section includes reports on stocks and bonds; mutual funds; 401Ks, IRAs and other retirement plans, among other useful topics.
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Your Home
Real estate finances: Helpful information for buying or renting a home and for managing mortgage debt.
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Your Job
About your career: Finding a job, coping in the workplace and  advancement are some of the issues covered here.
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Bills.com Budget Guide
This guide explains the importance of budgets & shows how to keep track of one. (PDF: 1MB)
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