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  • What Paying With Plastic Says About You

    There's a growing generation gap when it comes to using plastic for purchases under $5. Ways that Boomers show their age: wearing sensible shoes, relying on reading glasses and paying for a cup of coffee with cash. There's a growing generation gap when it... Read More >>

    Wanted: A Million Bucks Or More For Retirement

    The majority of Generation X workers believe they'll need to save a million bucks or more for retirement, and almost a third think they'll need more than $2 million. But so far they only have about $70,000 in retirement savings for their household,... Read More >>

    Two Expensive Student Loan Mistakes To Avoid

    Student loans have become a necessary evil for paying for college. Too many college students fall into the scary gap of Too Poor For College, Too Rich For Financial Aid. But there are two things that a lot of college graduates are doing that are making their... Read More >>

    Bank Hack Attack: What You Should Do

    With the FBI investigating a cyberattack that hit at least five banks, including JPMorgan Chase, many consumers are wondering what they can do to protect themselves if their accounts have been compromised. Here are some steps to take: Don't be taken... Read More >>

    4 Ways To Reorganize Your Finances — By Personality Type

    By Molly Triffin This post originally appeared on LearnVest. Chances are that organizing your finances probably doesn’t rank at the top of your list of awesome ways to spend an afternoon. But this to-do is just as important—if not more so—than... Read More >>

    Taxes And Their Power To Destroy

    No one should be surprised that corporations are taking advantage of provisions in the U.S. tax code that allow them to keep more of their money by moving their operations offshore, as Burger King Worldwide announced it was planning to do when it acquired Tim... Read More >>

    5 Top Credit Cards With Benefits

    In my continued search to save you time and money, today I highlight the five perkiest credit cards in our region. Over the course of the past 6 years, I've had a chance to sample MANY different credit cards and programs. Today, I break down the cards with... Read More >>

    This Is What $1,000 Of Monthly Retirement Income Really Looks Like

    There is a lot of talk about how much money one should save for retirement and what percentage of assets retirees can withdraw each year. However, many retirees hope to preserve their principal, living off just their investments. That sounds simple enough,... Read More >>

    Dream-Gig Gatekeepers: Do You Know How To Work With A Recruiter?

    By Molly Triffin This post originally appeared on LearnVest. After a successful annual review, Amethyst Polk, 30, was feeling confident about her job as a NASA project analyst. Her boss praised her performance, assuring her that, despite the... Read More >>

    WHO Worker Ebola Infections Mount: Sierra Leone Lab Shut, Senegal Doctor Flown To Hamburg

    There is reason to be concerned "about whether the proposed resources would be adequate," warns a Harvard professor as the World Health Organization 'battle strategy' draft calls for more than $430 million to bring the worst Ebola outbreak on record under... Read More >>

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