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Study up on these 5 ways to save on college textbooks

August 17, 2011

College textbook publishers apparently haven’t heard there’s a recession going on.

“Sleep Well” funds: Where to invest for a good night’s rest

August 17, 2011

The following is a guest post by Lawrence Carrel, author of “ETFs for the Long Run” and “Dividend Stocks for Dummies.” The opinions expressed are his own.

Where young, wealthy people find help giving their money away

August 17, 2011

At an age when most guys still hone their skateboard moves, Jason Franklin got a call from his grandfather’s secretary, asking him if he’d like to get involved in the family foundation.

from Business Traveller:

Ten best credit cards for business travel

August 17, 2011

By Grace Nasri at FindTheBest

Any business traveller, or anyone for that matter, wants to have a credit card that offers the best perks, the lowest APR and no – or low – annual fees, yet nobody has the time to comb through the pages of fine print detailing the sometimes shocking terms of agreement.

Self-employed? How to find disability insurance

August 16, 2011

If you’re self-employed and work out of your home, it’s probably occurred to you that you ought to have long-term disability insurance. If you’ve mentioned this to your insurance agent, they’ve probably told you it’s a good idea and not a problem.

Pssst, wanna buy a stolen Rolex or diamond?

August 16, 2011

Wanna deal on a diamond? Time to get a new Rolex? Sure, they might be stolen goods, but it’s all perfectly legal.

Long-term care insurance gets a makeover

August 16, 2011

Less than two decades ago, Meryl Comer and her husband Dr. Harvey Gralnick embodied the American Dream: He was a physician, while she had built a career as an Emmy-winning reporter, producer and broadcast journalist. Everything looked perfectly in place for their careers to soar, their nest egg to grow.

Taxes: Time to lock in losses — and gains

August 15, 2011

Sometimes, it makes sense for the tail to wag the dog. That’s what experts call it — often with derision — when investors let tax considerations drive their investment decisions. Theoretically, you’re only supposed to make investment moves based on your investment goals.

Film investing puts your money where your marquee is

August 15, 2011

Looking for a win-win situation for investing your money? You might be enticed to try something like “Win Win.”

Is it time to jump back into stocks?

August 15, 2011

Should I stay or should I go?

This compelling theme, referring to stock investing and not the great Clash song, is like a little gnat buzzing in one’s ear.