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June 9, 2014   |   Category: College Planning / Loans   |   Author: Tim Manni
Source - HSH The importance of first-time homebuyers to the overall health of the housing market cannot be understated. Today, the percentage of first-time buyers in the market is 29 percent, according to the National Association of Realtors, well below their peak presence of over 50 percent in 2009. One of the main drivers preventing first-time homebuyers from entering the real estate market and taking advantage of historically low mortgage rates is high debt loads, mainly thanks to substantial student loan debts. To find out more about how student loan debt is impacting first-time homebuyers and what can be done about it, we interviewed Bennie D. Waller, Ph.D., professor of finance and real estate at Longwood University and Bernard L. Weinstein, Ph.D., adjunct professor of business economics at Southern Methodist University. Q:...
July 14, 2014   |   Category: Money and Credit   |   Author: Drew Hendricks
Source - Entrepreneur While vocal work-from-home opponents like Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer and Zappo’s Tony Hsieh have gotten a lot of media attention in recent years, it’s getting more and more difficult for businesses to deny that telecommuting is a smart business decision. Telecommuting is a pervasive, continuing trend that in the US has grown a whopping 80% since 2005, according...
September 3, 2014   |   Category: Money and Credit   |   Author: Thomson Reuters
Source - Money News Customer data could have been stolen from nearly all of Home Depot Inc.'s stores in the United States, according to new information released on Wednesday by security website KrebsonSecurity. Brian Krebs, who runs the website, had said on Tuesday that the problem could affect all of Home Depot's 2,200 stores in the United States....
May 20, 2013   |   Category: Wellness   |   Author: Nancy Palmer
Source - O Magazine While the market plunges, free-floating anxiety is rising. How to cope with all the excess worry? Nancy Palmer reports on a few soothing ideas. Money anxiety disorder: That's what you might call the latest American epidemic (the acronym, conveniently, would be MAD). According to a survey in October by the American Psychological Association, 80 percent...

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February 4, 2014
President Obama's new myRA savings accounts have overshadowed the other retirement proposal he is pushing: Curbing retirement tax breaks for the rich. His rationale is that high-income households benefit...
January 12, 2014
Jim Chilton of Financial Coach Enterprises in San Diego creates prosperity for our veterans by giving them the opportunity to work. With 33 years of financial experience, Jim founded The...
December 5, 2013
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, offering signs of a steady improvement in the labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment...
June 11, 2013
With more Americans hitting the road as the summer driving season kicks off, they're paying a lot more attention to the price of gasoline at the pump. And with...
June 11, 2013
It’s been 15 years since Jared Fogle waltzed into a Subway and ordered his first 6-inch turkey sub — hold the cheese and mayo. Now he flashes a Subway...
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