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Marsha Barnes is a certified financial educator on a mission: teach people about money management—from a souped up school bus.
Why One Woman Is Dishing Out Money Advice Aboard A Bus
With the recent turmoil in the markets, I am reminded of the extended downturn in 2008. I am getting phone calls from people who are trying to make the same mistakes that they made back in ’08.  Some of the things I’m seeing and hearing have me asking “Have we learned nothing???”
Five 401k Mistakes I’m Seeing Right Now
30-Year Mortgage Rate Drops To 3.84 Percent From 3.93 Percent
Seven Bits Of Wise Career Advice That Doesn’t Apply To Entrepreneurs
Pending Home Sales Miss, NAR Says Stock Plunge Is Good For Housing Affordability
Donald Trump Says He’s Fine With Raising Taxes On Himself
Can Downsizing Save Your Retirement?
Is College Even Still Worth It?
Homebuyer Demand Loses Momentum For Fourth Month
Unfunded Pension Debts Of U.S. States Still Exceed $3 Trillion
Health Insurance Is Staggeringly Uncompetitive, And Poised To Get Worse
U.S. Housing Market Seen Strong Enough To Handle Fed Rate Hikes
Mortgage Applications Inch Up In Latest Week
Case-Shiller Home Prices Dip In June, Miss For Third Month In A Row
Another Powerful Benefit Of Spending Money On Experiences, Not Things: Community
Obamacare Is Facing Another Big Threat: Accounting
It’s Official: India Is A Terrible Place For Expats
How To Spot A Good Obamacare Replacement
10 Common Myths About Social Security
The Truth About Social Security’s Long Term Finances
Fed Rate Hike Impact On Mortgage Rates
Hackers Publish Ashley Madison Data, Huge Growth In Mobile Banking
8 Things You Didn’t Know Could Affect Your Credit
Older Americans Gearing Up For The Shared Economy
Put Your Money Where Your Soul Is
Ones To Watch: 3 Companies Attacking Familiar Problems In New Ways
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One of Apple’s top music executives, who joined in last year’s Beats Music acquisition, is already leaving. Ian Rogers—the former Beats Music CEO who led…<img alt="" border="0" src="http://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=qz.com&blog=39587363&post=490352&subd=qzprod&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1" />
A Key Apple Music Executive Is Already Leaving The Company
Back in 2001, former Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O’Neill coined the acronym BRIC to highlight the immense economic potential of the emerging markets of…<img alt="" border="0" src="http://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=qz.com&blog=39587363&post=490272&subd=qzprod&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1" />
Does The Global Stock Market Turmoil Signal The BRIC Age Is Already Over?
Oil Surges To $45 After Saudi Troops Invade Yemen
Demand Surge And Shortages Of Bullion As Stocks Fall Sharply
Traders Are Panic-Buying Colombian Pesos
S&P 500 Suffers ‘Death Cross’ For First Time In 4 Years
The Great Unwind, China Begins Dumping Treasuries
Top Tobacco Bond Banker Departs Barclays
The Most Expensive Stocks You Can Buy Today
What Does Stock Market Volatility Mean For Investors?
How To Invest In Tech Stocks After The Market Sell-Off
Young Workers In Target-date Funds Hit Hard By Market Drop
Global Funds Buy More Bonds As China-fueled Volatility Surges
BNY Mellon Glitch Disrupted Pricing On Nearly 5 Percent Of US Funds
Wall Street Opens Lower After Two-day Rally
Arab OPEC Producers Brace For Oil-price Weakness Through 2015
Market Turmoil Shouldn’t Delay At Least One Fed Rate Hike
Oil Steadies After Strong Gains As Equities Rally
Pentagon Teams Up With Apple, Boeing To Develop Wearable Tech
Why QE4 Isn’t In The Cards
WTI Crude Surges Above $41
China Exclaims ‘We Were Wronged’ — Demands Fed Delay Rate Hike, Reiterates Blame For Market Rout
It’s Official: China Confirms It Has Begun Liquidating Treasuries, Warns Washington
What Would Happen If Everyone Joins China In Dumping Treasurys?
Researcher Claims He’s Found The Ashley Madison Hacker
The Numbers Are In: Apple Is No. 2 In Wearables
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Someone owes Vladimir Putin $3 billion which he intends to collect in full. Who’s going to pay him, you ask? Probably the U.S. taxpayer.
Putin To Get $3 Billion From U.S. Taxpayers
<p>There is no doubt that the Republican race right now has come down to Donald Trump vs. everyone else. The latest Q-Poll shows Trump with 28 percent, followed by a large pack of candidates including Ben Carson, [mc_name name='Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)' chamber='senate' mcid='C001098' ], Jeb Bush, [mc_name name='Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)' chamber='senate' mcid='R000595' ], Carly Fiorina, and John Kasich, who are separated by statistically insignificant | <a class="moretext" href="http://www.redstate.com/2015/08/27/donald-trumps-ceiling/">Read More »</a></p><p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.redstate.com/2015/08/27/donald-trumps-ceiling/">What is Donald Trump’s Ceiling?</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.redstate.com">RedState</a>.</p>
What Is Donald Trump’s Ceiling?
The Troubling Decline Of Financial Independence In America
UMich Consumer Sentiment Tumbles As “Hope” Drops To Lowest Since 2014
Personal Spending Misses Expectations By Most Since January, Income Juiced By Government Handouts
Eight Common Myths That Make The U.S. Justice System Seem Fairer Than It Is
The Death Toll In A Truck Full Of Bodies Found In Austria Is 71, Much Worse Than Feared
John Boehner Endorses Ted Cruz For President
Jeb Bush To Hire GOP Base Favorite Eric Cantor
Donald Trump Is Not A Racist. Don’t Go Back To 2005, Republicans.
RIP, The Jeb Bush 2016 Campaign
Consumer Spending Rises In July; Inflation Muted
China Banks Warn Of Rising Bad Loans And Falling Margins As Economy Slows
China’s Central Bank Likely To Ease Policy Again By End-December
Playing The Chinese Trump Card
The Corruption Of American Freedom
A Real Estate Recovery That’s Not Quite There
China’s Unhealthy Obsession With Looking Good
Maybe There’s A Way To Create Good Jobs Again
Texas Booms, Investors Yawn
Western Democracy Is An Endangered Species On Its Way To Extinction
There’s A Dire Shortage Of Workers In This Growing Industry
China’s Stock Market Crash Will Create The Next Great Depression In The U.S.
Economy Surged In Q2: Growth Revised Up To 3.7%
As Construction Heats Up, So Does Worker Shortage
Despite Drought, Calif. Has Record High Crop Revenue
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