Women still have a hard time getting small business loans. Sen. Maria Cantwell is determined to close the gap.
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A basic tenet of retirement planning instructs investors to tilt their sails to more conservative shores as their retirement beachhead nears. Read more »
Anna Newell Jones knew she was living well beyond her means when the Great Recession struck: She was $24,000 in debt. What surprised her, though, was how quickly she climbed out of that hole during... Read more »
A chip on the old card: Americans will soon see a new patch of technology on their familiar charge cards
Stores in North Jersey and around the country are gearing up for the next generation of credit cards, and consumers can expect to see changes in checkout aisles and in their wallets in coming months. Read more »
It’s been exactly one year since my husband and I purchased our first home. As one might expect, we’ve learned a number of valuable lessons this past year. Read more »
iPhone or Android? The answer may not be as clear as it once was. And it may not be about style, but rather your economic status. Read more »
Robert Minasian has a simple message for his two adult children, both of whom recently left college behind: Save as much money now as you possibly can. Read more »
As your money situation improves, you’ll be able to buy more new things. The price of “new” will become a smaller percentage of your financial world. Read more »
My oldest daughter just landed her first "real" job at a sandwich shop near our home. At age 16, she's already much wiser than I was as a teen. So I thought I would ask her a few questions about... Read more »
Robbers at gas stations and convenience stores could learn something from many American employers about how to make money against the law. Wage and overtime violations by employers cost Americans... Read more »
Steven Ramos, a retired letter carrier, estimated his cost of living would drop 80 percent when he moved from New York to a rental community in central Florida. Read more »
For Victor and Shannon Macias, the good old days were as recent as 2012, when the couple could afford to take their two daughters to Disneyland or out to dinner without worrying about the bill. Read more »
Earlier this year, a man came to my door and gave me some papers for my husband saying he was being sued for bad debt from 2009. We live in Texas. I read online that an individual cannot be sued... Read more »
A federal appeals court on Thursday struck down a 31-year-old Los Angeles law that bars people from living in parked vehicles, saying the vaguely written statute discriminates against the homeless... Read more »
On what do you spend most of your money? For most people, their two biggest expenses are their home and car or cars Read more »
In a sense, personal finance is a battle of conservation. People manage their resources in the hopes they won’t run out of the essentials — only what people find essential can differ. Read more »
While most high school students still plan to go the traditional route of attending four-year colleges and universities when they consider educational options after graduation, a significant number... Read more »
Some things I’ve learned the hard way, some I learned by doing it right, and some things I wish I would have done before I eased into my 30s. This article will focus on 7 areas to set up your... Read more »
Harvey Mackay is one of several presenters at the June 19 Rocky Mountain Leadership Conference, sponsored by Utah Business Magazine. Utah Business has provided this column as insight into what... Read more »
If you put your money into a Roth 401(k), and by retirement age there’s $1 million in there, that money is yours tax-free. By comparison, if it’s in a regular 401(k), you’ll pay... Read more »
Surveys and studies are great, but we all need a break from numbers every now and then. So, instead of numbers, this week I'm offering letters — the ABCs of work-life balance, telecommuting... Read more »
World Cup games typically don't line up well with the North American workweek, often taking place when you should be in bed or at work. Read more »
Like many busy mothers of young kids, Sylvia Suarez never thought too much about college for her two boys, much less saving for it. College simply seemed a long way off. Read more »
While the financial industry thrives on selling advices, one social scientist says everything you need to know about finances will fit on one index card. Read more »
The number of college graduates exceeds the number of jobs that require a college degree. Read more »
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Insurers can no longer reject customers with expensive medical conditions thanks to the health care overhaul, but there's still wiggle room for them to discourage the sickest and costliest patients... Read more »
Wondering what car will work best for you and your family? Here's a list of 11 that may suit you. Read more »
A recent study found that many people are moving to the North. But why? Here are 10 things that are bringing people there. Read more »
I spend a lot of money on food. (More than I spend on my mortgage.) Read more »
Burger King plans to become is the latest U.S. company to shift its legal address out of the country by merging with a foreign company. Burger King has announced plans to buy Tim Hortons, the... Read more »
Obama administration announces new compromise on birth control; still can't get it right, say religious groups
Seeking to quell a politically charged controversy, the Obama administration announced new measures Friday to allow religious nonprofits and some companies to opt out of paying for birth control... Read more »
Since 2008, Sallie Mae has been producing a report about paying for college on an annual basis. Read more »
Women still have a hard time getting small business loans. Sen. Maria Cantwell is determined to close the gap. Read more »
For years, it was “the Wild West” of real estate scams. Read more »
Store credit cards may offer some tempting perks, like 20 percent off your purchase when you apply for a card at the cash register. I've given in to such a deal at least once. Read more »
“I had health insurance and I actually have a great job, but my daughter needed something that I wasn’t able to provide for her,” Paige Strate said. But a solution was available... Read more »
Attempts to halt an increase in the price of gasoline expected to hit consumers in January appear to be dead with just a week to go in the legislative session. Read more »
With the recent landslide in North Salt Lake, it reminds us that Utah is not immune to natural disasters. Here are a few tips to help homeowners protect their property against landslides. Read more »
One question is bound to pop up as college students head to campus: “Hey, Mom, would you cosign for a student loan?” Read more »
Having private insurance does not affect your eligibility for Social Security disability benefits. Read more »
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