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Here’s How Apple Pay Gets Reluctant Consumers to Bite on Digital Wallets
Apple Pay is similar to what Google Wallet has been offering for years, but simplicity, security and a sense of cool may finally get consumers aboard.
Economy Minus: The New, Cheaper and Even More Uncomfortable Airline Seats
Passengers complain about cramped flights but are willing to sacrifice even more legroom for a cheaper ticket.
Social Security Recipients to Receive An Increase of This Much in 2015
The Social Security Administration has announced that the monthly Social Security benefit will give retirees a much needed boost.
Pot to Lag Alcohol and Cigarette Use Despite Legalization
Retail marijuana industry sales could reach $21 billion by 2020. But the marijuana boom hasn't yet achieved the high industry insiders had hoped for.
4 Tips for Women Getting Back Into the Workforce After a Leave
It's OK to have some qualms about going back to work, but women still need to take control of a conversation with employers right away.
How to Execute Long-Distance Move Without Breaking the Bank
Ever wanted to sack it all in and move West? There are a number of logistical issues that present themselves.
For the Best Prices Buying a Car, Go Shopping on Sundays
A look at nearly 30 million new-car purchases over the past couple of years proves Sundays are the days to hit the lot, for a few reasons.
Does Private Equity Deserve a Spot in Your Middle-Class Portfolio?
Private equity serves mainly big institutional investors such as pension funds and college endowments, but now it's eyeing your 401(k).
Index Fund Investing: Is This Strategy Too Big or Inefficient?
The rising popularity of investing in large capitalization index funds has left some experts wondering if the strategy is becoming too big or inefficient.
When to Opt for Alternatives to Traditional Long Term Care Insurance
Some 15% of those who don’t currently have or plan to purchase long term coverage in the next five years have an alternate plan in place.