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  • Five Ways To Protect Yourself Against Debit Card Fraud

    This week, FICO reported that debit card fraud has hit a 20 year high. Fraud at ATMs located in bank branches increased 174 percent from January 1 to April 9, compared with the same period last year. And ATM machines located away from bank premises... Read More >>

    Investing Basics: What Is A Portfolio?

    Investing for the long term means you should own a portfolio of stocks, bonds and other types of investments. But why, and what is a portfolio, really? First, let’s consider some of the common investments chosen by people who use a 401(k) plan at work.... Read More >>

    You Should Never Trust An Airbnb Review

    Ever met a perfectly pleasant stranger and then you were asked to critique their communication, habits and home? That’s essentially what leaving an Airbnb review is like. Though there’s a lot of wonderful hype about Airbnb, there are tons of pitfalls... Read More >>

    The World’s Top Selling Beer Is A Watery Lager Sold Only In China For $1 A Liter

    If you live outside of China, you may never had heard of Snow, a pale ale made by SABMiller and China Resources Enterprise. But it has been the top selling beer brand in the world in terms of volume since 2008, when it overtook Bud Light. SABMiller likes to... Read More >>

    Five Wildly Luxurious Summer Homes On The Market

    Vacation homes sales are up. According to survey results from the National Association of Realtors, they’re up by more than 57 percent over last year, and more than one in every five homes sold is a vacation home. And so as Memorial Day weekend... Read More >>

    Existing Home Sales Fell 3.3% In April

    Existing home sales unexpectedly fell in April on low housing supplies and higher prices after reaching an 18-month high the previous month. Sales declined 3.3% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.04 million, the National Association of Realtors said... Read More >>

    How Americans Eat: A Graphic History

    It’s no secret that Americans’ diets have changed over the years. But these data show just how drastically we’ve altered what we put in our stomachs. “Eat more chicken” may be the slogan of a certain fast-food company, but it might as well have... Read More >>

    Tax Girl Challenges Homeownership And You Should Really Listen To Her

    Home, Sweet Rental: Busting The Hype Of Homeownership by Kelly Phillips Erb and J. Christopher Erb serves two functions. The first is to encourage people to rethink their attitude toward homeownership. To many of us homeownership is a necessary step in... Read More >>

    Bad Credit? Banks Want To Give You Credit Cards

    Today, TransUnion released credit card industry origination data for the last three months of 2014, and the results are startling. In a country that is already heavily saturated with plastic, 14.41 million new cards were opened in Q4 2014, an increase of 7.1... Read More >>

    How Should Retirement Spending Adjust To Investment Portfolio Performance?

    A natural starting point for discussions about retirement spending is the 4% rule. William Bengen look at all the different 30 year periods in US history and found that withdrawing 4% of retirement date assets, and then subsequently adjusting the spending... Read More >>

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