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Food inflation, or, why bacon is a good investment

Apr 11, 2014
A look into why food costs are rising across the world.
Posted In: Food, commodities, food inflation, inflation
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Tidying up with financial spring cleaning

Apr 11, 2014
Some spring cleaning tips for your wallet, too.
Posted In: spring cleaning, advice, credit
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Last-minute tips for tax procrastinators

Apr 11, 2014
April 15 is the last day to file your taxes. A few things to keep in mind if you haven't yet filed your taxes.
Posted In: Taxes, tax, tax day, advice
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Family Finance Lessons: poet Douglas Kearney

Apr 10, 2014
A California-raised poet takes one childhood lesson a little too far.
Posted In: Family finance lessons, family advice
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Raising the minimum wage: Good idea or bad idea?

Apr 4, 2014
A raise in minimum wage could help low-income workers, but hurt small-business owners.
Posted In: minimum wage
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When being cheap isn't worth it

Apr 4, 2014
We all try to save a few bucks, but sometimes it's worth spending the extra money.
Posted In: cheap, frugal, saving money
Death Toll Continues To Mount After Massive Washington Mudslide
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Are homes in a mudslide covered by insurance?

Apr 2, 2014
Coverage for hazards like mudslide can cost an extra $1,000 per year.
Posted In: mudslide insurance
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Discriminate against the old? Even the old do it

Mar 28, 2014
Academics are increasingly releasing data that they hope will reach those in a position to hire, promote and pay older adults.
Posted In: Retirement, workplace, age discrimination
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Moving past gender barriers to negotiate a raise

Mar 28, 2014
Discrimination persists in the workplace and can emerge when women act as their own advocates to seek a raise, experts say.
Posted In: raise, workplace culture, workplace, women
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A degree in hand, but a slow start up the career ladder

Mar 28, 2014
College graduates who started careers recently are having a hard time finding a good job.
Posted In: recession, career

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Economy gives some dads a bad rap

Aug 21, 2009
Despite hints that the economy is recovering, job losses continue. But what happens when fathers who pay child support are out of work? Monica Brady-Myerov reports.
Posted In: Investing, Savings
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Asking for charity for the first time

Dec 3, 2009
Sherman Wilburn of Minneapolis has often given his time and money to others in need. Now he finds himself asking for help. He talks with Kai Ryssdal about the difficult times facing him and his family.
Posted In: Charity
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Susan G. Komen fights for trademark

Aug 5, 2010
Susan G. Komen For the Cure, the breast cancer charity, has warned several other charities to stay away from its trademarked phrase: "Race for the Cure." And watch out if you use the color pink. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Charity, Crime
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How to get rid of your student loans without paying

Jul 5, 2013
Loan forgiveness and discharge programs may help ease -- or even erase -- your student loan burden.
Posted In: frederal student loans, student loan debt, student debt
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How to reduce the price of college

Aug 31, 2012
The cost of college continues to soar higher and higher. An education expert posits that costs can go down if the public sector pulls out of higher education.
Posted In: college, Tuition, financial aid, federal aid
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I 'heart' taxes

Apr 2, 2012
Commentator Melissa Chadburn says paying your taxes shows you value your community.
Posted In: Taxes
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Will you buy into Obamacare or pay the penalty?

Apr 30, 2013
The new health care law requires individuals to carry health insurance beginning next year, or pay a small fine. Behavioral economists say even a little punishment may go a long way to get people to sign up.
Posted In: health care reform, health insurance
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Best way to donate? Do your research

Dec 10, 2008
If you're facing harder times but still want to give back, you may think the best way is through volunteering. But Holden Karnofsky, co-founder of a charity evaluation website, says your time would be better spent finding a nonprofit worthy of your money.
Posted In: Charity
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Getting Personal

Aug 1, 2008
In this edition of Getting Personal, Chris and Tess talk about lazy investing styles, lending to family, consolidating retirement accounts and foolproof investments.
Posted In: Investing
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Saving for retirement? Don't have kids

Dec 4, 2010
While it seems to have become more difficult in recent times to save for retirement, some people are still able to retire early. Commentator Sydney Lagier retired when she was 44. Her best tip? Don't have kids.
Posted In: Retirement

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Banning 'bossy' and the language behind leadership

Mar 14, 2014
Some very powerful women, including Sheryl Sandberg, Beyonce and Condoleeza Rice, say calling women and girls “bossy” discourages them from being leaders.
Posted In: women, bossy, gender
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Finding value in health care and #obamacarewitherin

Feb 14, 2014
62 percent of new health insurance enrollees have chosen the Silver plan. What does that mean, anyway?
Posted In: Affordable Care Act, health care, health insurance, Obamacare
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Mayday: What to do when the checks stop coming in

Jan 31, 2014
Some helpful advice for first steps when your monthly income slows.
Posted In: long-term unemployment
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Super Bowl point spreads: Seahawks, Broncos, and Gatorade

Jan 31, 2014
You could look to social psychology to examine why the Super Bowl brings out the inner gambler in so many.
Posted In: gambling, point spreads, Superbowl
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Giving credit where credit is due

Jan 24, 2014
But did you know there’s an unlisted category of consumers? People who have a credit score of more than 800.
Posted In: credit scores, FICO
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New Year, new money

Dec 30, 2013
A list of the things that trip up our New Year's resolutions.
Posted In: New Year's resolutions
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Happy Birthday! Merry Christmas!

Dec 24, 2013
Instead of a rousing surprise party, and everyone singing for you ... you get your neighbors' earnest caroling.
Posted In: gifts, Christmas, birthdays
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The Wonder Woman of our wallets

Dec 18, 2013
A new bill from Sen. Elizabeth Warren to regulate credit histories and employment applications.
Posted In: Warren, CFPB, FICO scores
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Beyonce's surprise album and the personal finance of choice

Dec 17, 2013
Beyonce's album teaches us the choices we make with our money.
Posted In: Beyonce
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Dead Prez's Stic and wife Afya talk why they eat 'good on a hood budget'

Dec 13, 2013
When we grow up and create a new way of living In response to the bad habits of those around us, going against the grain can be exactly what we need to move forward. With that in mind, this blog caught our eye: "7 Ways To Eat Good On A Hood Budget."

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