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Thanksgiving policies show companies' commitment to work-life balance

A new survey shows that 97 percent of employers will designate Thanksgiving as a paid day off.

4 reasons your retirement savings may fail

Some people fail at retirement savings because they don't create a plan. Others, however, fail because their plan simply isn't up to par. Read more »

Nov. 14, 2014

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How to start your own in-home daycare

Quite a few parents choose to stay home because their entire salary would go to daycare if they went back to work full time after the birth of their child. Have you thought about starting your own... Read more »

Nov. 14, 2014

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Online retailers customize prices to make you pay more

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Online price discrimination is old news, but a new study find which retailers are most guilty and how these retailers adjust their price based on your location, device and browser history. Read more »

Nov. 14, 2014

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Wells Fargo donates $5M to boost Salt Lake home ownership, revitalization

Wells Fargo Bank announced Thursday its plans to donate $5 million to boost homeownership and neighborhood vitality in Salt Lake City. Most of that sum will provide 220 homebuyers with $15,000 to... Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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As temperatures drop, beware of furnace scams, repairman says

Some repairmen are cautioning as temperatures plummet that heat exchanger cracks aren’t anywhere close to as common as they are diagnosed, and they’re urging homeowners to get second... Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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4 ways financial fear can be your ally

Ninety-two percent of Americans fear running out of money. However, fear does not have to be a paralyzing or defeating force. It can be the motivation that drives people to successfully address... Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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7 types of homes that are hard to insure

The home of your dreams may be a nightmare to insure if it's built in a disaster-prone area, is above a certain age or has a checkered claims history. Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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How one 27-year-old saved his way to $1 million

Anton Ivanov is a 27-year-old Russian immigrant. His family was not wealthy, and he’s not a celebrity, investment banker or the next Mark Zuckerberg. But he’s a millionaire. Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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How to make the right purchase for home, the road and beyond

Coupon clipping is all well and good, but it’s usually the big purchases that make the biggest financial dent in the long run. So what expensive things are you purchasing poorly? Well, maybe... Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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College prices continue to creep up

Time to stock up on the ramen noodles. The average cost of attending college crept up again this year, the College Board said Thursday. Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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Social media ineptness helped fund film 'Still Waters'

Sometimes not knowing what you're doing with social media pays off. It did — literally — for the filmmakers behind "Behind Still Waters," an indie movie that was funded through one of... Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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Survey: Finances, guilt keep most working moms from asking for help

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A Care.com survey claims that one in four working mothers say they cry alone at least once a week due to household-related stress. Read more »

Nov. 13, 2014

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Commuter students face hidden drawbacks and costs

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Students, families, universities and surveys say that commuting to school has benefits, as well as drawbacks and hidden costs. Read more »

Nov. 12, 2014

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Global banks fined billions for rigging market

Traders with nicknames like the "Three Musketeers" and the "A-Team" plotted over Internet chat rooms to manipulate currency markets for years, profiting at the expense of clients — and then... Read more »

Nov. 12, 2014

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The unknown perils of refinancing

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Unexpected refinancing problems and what consumers can do to offset them. Read more »

Nov. 12, 2014

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How the Food Network's Barefoot Contessa moved from the White House to TV

The Food Network’s Barefoot Contessa (aka. Ina Garten) started her career in the White House, working on nuclear energy policy. But she wasn’t happy. Read more »

Nov. 12, 2014

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Why Utah is the next Silicon Valley

Utah boasts a lot of great things — epic national parks, high-class ski resorts and top-notch cuisine, to name a few — but it’s also a great place for business. And companies that... Read more »

Nov. 12, 2014

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Utah gas prices down, but 9th highest in the nation

Gas prices in Utah remain among the highest in the nation despite a recent drop at the pumps. Read more »

Nov. 11, 2014

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Dave Ramsey says: Coach your kids on how to pay for college

If you want her to pay for college, then, as her dad, you have to coach her on how she’s supposed to come up with the money and manage it properly. Read more »

Nov. 11, 2014

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Family matters: Why strong families make strong economies

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The families of entrepreneurs often play a crucial role in providing the resources—human, social, and financial—necessary for fledgling businesses to succeed. In order for a society to... Read more »

Nov. 11, 2014

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Top 10 cities for veterans

Where veterans should live in order to get the biggest bang for their buck, according to a recent WalletHub study. Read more »

Nov. 11, 2014

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Balancing act: It's time for men to speak up about work-life balance

In a recent survey, 78 percent of female respondents reported that they had never heard a successful man talk about the difficulty of having a career and a family. So why aren't more men making... Read more »

Nov. 11, 2014

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Christian celeb couple pledge $25 million to help Iraqi and Syrian Christians

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Christian televisions producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, of the acclaimed "The Bible" series, are raising $25 million with help from King Abdullah II of Jordan to help displaced Christians in... Read more »

Nov. 11, 2014

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Why low prices are actually a bad thing

Cheap oil prices. Low inflation. Sound like a dream come true? In economics, dreams have a way of turning into nightmares. Read more »

Nov. 10, 2014

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Taking small steps to get your financial life on track

What financial planning would you do if you could spare 60 minutes in your day? That was the question Fidelity Investments posed to women (as well as men) in a survey in October. Read more »

Nov. 10, 2014

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