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  • Survival Rates In The US For Some Of The Most Common Cancers

    The US government may fall short of its goal, which it aimed to achieve by 2020, of 71% of cancer patients surviving at least five years after diagnosis. The most recent figure, published recently by Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, is just... Read More >>

    21 Tips For First-Time Entrepreneurs

    At age 15 I started a clothing company with a friend's scanner and sold T-shirts to my peers at school. I parlayed that money and started a mobile detailing business. I've been an entrepreneur for as long as I can remember. I've had service-based... Read More >>

    Five Ways To Build A Startup That Lasts

    There’s nothing quite like the satisfaction that comes from identifying a smart solution for a market challenge. Unfortunately though, the joy of that “a-ha!” moment can often lead to rash decisions, like shelling out thousands of dollars for a website... Read More >>

    The Attempted Kidnapping Of Grandma

    We don’t usually think of a grandparent as someone people would want to kidnap. But there was an attempt on a sweet 91 year old we’ll call Emma. This is a true story with only names changed. Emma was living alone in her three bedroom home, happy to visit... Read More >>

    Use These Eight Loans To Pay For College In 2015-2016

    The most expensive colleges are now over $65,000 per year. At the same time, student loan debt is over $1 trillion and escalating right along with the cost of college. Student loans, however, are not the only way families can borrow to help pay for college.... Read More >>

    Finding Your Balance Between The Three Pillars Of Personal Finance

    As a financial coach, I hear people make this statement, “If I could just make more money I could start saving for retirement.” For the majority of Americans, producing a healthy income is only half the challenge. There are two other factors that make up... Read More >>

    Government Releases Massive Trove Of Data On Doctors’ Prescribing Patterns

    The federal government released detailed data today on nearly 1.4 billion prescriptions dispensed to seniors and disabled people in the Medicare program in 2013, bringing more openness to the medication choices of doctors nationwide. The data release comes... Read More >>

    Separating The Myths And Facts Of Long-Term Care

    Long-term care is a great American paradox. On the one hand, most people don’t want to talk about it. A recent survey found that 25 percent of adults would rather go to the dentist than discuss LTC. Fewer than 30 percent of adults have had a conversation... Read More >>

    Why Fund Managers Skim Your Savings

    When I open an account at a bank, I get charged the same fee whether I put in $100 or $10,000. This makes sense, since it doesn’t really cost the bank much more to hold $100 for me than to hold $10,000. But if I invest $10 million in a mutual fund, I’m... Read More >>

    For Some Social Security Taxes Can Really Pile Up

    Now that income-tax season has come and gone, plenty of seniors probably could benefit from a refresher course in Social Security tax basics. So could people in their 50s and early 60s who will start collecting retirement benefits in the not-too-distant... Read More >>

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