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Making Elder Homes More LGBT-Friendly

SAGE, a national nonprofit that serves LGBT older adults, trains staff at assisted living centers and nursing homes to be more LGBT-friendly

The Salary Chronicles: I Tripled My Salary in 5 Years And Earned Over $100K

Instead of asking for the salary she wanted, this woman asked her company to come back with a fair offer. She ended up earning more than she ever expected.

31 Days to Financial Independence (Day 22): Using ‘the Gap’ and Avoiding Lifestyle Inflation

“31 Days to Financial Independence” is an ongoing series that appears every Thursday on The Simple Dollar. You might want to start this series from the beginning! Last time, we finished up our series of discussions on strategies for increasing your income with a look at starting a side business and dabbling in entrepreneurship. Show More Summary

11 Simple Ways to Survive a Terrible Workday

Ugh. We've all had terrible, no good, very bad days at work. And they are the worst, if only because you can't just go home, crawl into bed, and wait for the whole thing to be over. Nope. When you have a bad day at work, you have to stay there. You have to keep going, keep being productive, keep...

Best Money Tips: How to Use Hashtags Effectively

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on ways to use hashtags effectively, websites that will help save you tons of money, and ways to improve your to-do lists. Top 5 Articles 11 Easy Ways To Use Hashtags Effectively — Hashtags originated on Twitter, but...

The Average New Car Price Is Unbelievably High

If you were to guess what the average new car price is nowadays, what would you guess? I guessed $23,000, since my Honda Fit is sweet and only costs $19,600 new. Given I’m frugal, leaving a 20% upside pricing buffer seemed logical. Too bad I was way off! According to Experian, one of the big three Read More...

The 5 Best Paper Towels

There’s nothing worse than trying to clean up a spill only to have the paper towel shred and disintegrate on the spot. That’s why we’ve found some of the best paper towels on the market, so you can count on it to clean up even your worst spills. What Is a Paper Towel? Paper...

Women Pay More for Health Care — Here's How to Pay Less

It's no secret that a variety of factors can affect your health care costs. For example, people who smoke usually pay more for health insurance, and an unhealthy lifestyle can increase the risk of chronic illnesses and lead to more trips to see the doctor. But among the many factors triggering...

Use this Helpful Guide to Choose the Right Travel Rewards Card

Link for teaser title: http://www.wisebread.com/choose-the-best-travel-rewards-credit-card-with-this-gu... With so many rewards cards available, it can be difficult choosing the...

Five Ways To Jump-Start Your Emergency Fund In 2017

You know you should be saving more, but you don't know where to find that extra cash. Here are five ways to jump-start your emergency fund in 2017. Five Ways To Jump-Start Your Emergency Fund In 2017 appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Got Freelance Income? 7 Money-Saving Tax Tips

Taxes for freelancers and the self-employed are complicated. You can take deductions, but make sure you can prove them to the IRS. Here are seven tips to save money (and not get audited). Got Freelance Income? 7 Money-Saving Tax Tips appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Social Security Plans To Provide Even Less Information

Why Social Security will mail fewer Social Security statements with earnings info and benefit estimates and how to fix that.

100 Words On: How Thinking Outside the Box Can Save You a Fortune

A fellow walked into a New York City bank asking for a $4000 loan. “Okay,” the teller said, “But we’re going to need collateral.” The man responded: “My black Porsche is in your parking lot. Here are the keys.” Several weeks later, the man returned to pay off his loan — plus $11 interest. The […]

How I Sold A Friend's Creased 1955 Topps Hall Of Fame Baseball Cards At A Show For $600

At a time when mint cards are setting auction records, there remains a market for old baseball cards with soft corners and multiple creases, as I learned from selling a friend's small collection of 1955 Topps Hall of Fame baseball cards.

5 Mental Tricks To Make A Good Money Habit Really Last

Are you starting to lose steam on your New Year's resolutions? Don't worry. These steps will keep you on track for the long haul.

How Your Income And Assets Impact How Much Financial Aid You Get

For families applying for federal student aid for the upcoming fall school year, you’ll want to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible as some schools give out need-based funds on a first-come, first-served basis. (You can start filing as early as October of [...]

Ask Larry: ??What Is the Max My Wife Can Collect If I Die?

Today’s column examines widow's benefits, spousal benefits, disability benefits, benefit sequencing and Medicare.

Gold Is Cheap, Just Look At These Charts

Relative to stocks, gold is once again nearly as cheap as it has ever been the last couple decades.

8 Simple Money Hacks To Help You Start Off The New Year Wealthier

As the new year settles in, many people are looking to take more control of their finances. If you find that you're having a difficult time financially or if you'd just like to rein in unnecessary spending, I've created a 2017 financial hacks guide that will help you clean up your finances.

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