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  • Seven Secrets For Getting The Most Comfortable Airline Seat

    There are a lot of things people hate about air travel. The food (or the lack of food), the hidden fees, even the other passengers. In fact, out of 43 industries, airlines rank 40th in terms of satisfaction (the only industries consumers hate more are... Read More >>

    What Keeps Small Business Owners Happy These Days? Pajamas, Study Finds

    Most small business owners are happier than in their previous jobs, according to survey released earlier this week, highlighting the allure of being your own boss. Eighty-two percent of small business owners said they enjoy life more running their own... Read More >>

    Forget London, Dublin Might Be The Hottest Property Market In Europe Right Now

    Before the crash, Ireland’s turbo-charged economy earned it the nickname the “Celtic Tiger.” Then came the dark days of crushing debt, deep recession, and an international bailout. Now, the country’s rapid recovery has people calling it the “Celtic... Read More >>

    Private Student Loan Lenders Start Offering Loan Modifications

    Last week, Wells Fargo was the first private student loan lender to announce it will modify private student loans for borrowers that are facing financial hardship. While many private lenders have worked with borrowers, Wells Fargo is one of the first to... Read More >>

    Year End Charitable Tax Tips

    As the year comes to a close, many individuals will be making last minute donations to qualified charitable organizations. Here are some tips to assure you get the tax deduction you’re expecting. Gifts of Tangible Property If you donate household items... Read More >>

    RMD Tips And Tricks To Keep The IRS Off Your Back

    We’re approaching that time of the year again where if you’re age 70 1/2 or older you are required by law to withdraw money from your tax-deferred retirement accounts and pay income tax on your withdrawal. For some, the RMD (Required Minimum... Read More >>

    Make Your Money Last In Retirement (Pt. 2)

    Our first article looked at various ways to attack one of life’s biggest worries: running out of money in retirement. Here are some additional tactics: Consider an annuity. Annuities can be very confusing; quite a few shady advisors also sell them just... Read More >>

    What’s The Difference Between My Health Insurance Deductible And Out-Of-Pocket Max?

    Question: I’m shopping for new health insurance and confused by all of the options, specifically the difference between deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums. I’m generally healthy, in my mid-thirties and don’t spend too much on medical care each year.... Read More >>

    Buyer Beware: Four Black Friday Pitfalls To Avoid

    Black Friday scams, bad deals and cyberattacks – oh my! This Friday, millions of Americans will partake in our country’s frenzied tradition of chasing a turkey binge with a shopping binge. They’ll battle traffic and the teeming crowds, all with the... Read More >>

    Arthritis Relief From Nature’s Pharmacy

    ew among us can escape at least some pain from arthritis, especially as we grow older. For many unfortunate people, arthritis pain becomes so severe that they are no longer able to function normally. And for a vast number of other arthritis sufferers, even... Read More >>

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