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Will Asking for a Credit Increase Harm Your Credit -- Or Help It?
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Why Sub-Saharan Africa is the Fastest-Growing Region for Wellness Tourism
Sub-Saharan Africa's growth as a wellness destination makes for great bargains for the slightly adventurous traveler.
Retirement Sneaks Up On Americans, Even Tech-Savvy Millennials
Workers can start preparing for retirement by calculating the monthly income needed to live on during their golden years. Proactive preparation is key.
Cannabis Industry Promotes Investor “Pitch Slam” Sessions
The cannabis industry is organizing events around the country to introduce promising ganjapreneurs to investors looking for a piece of the green rush.
Here's Why Renters Might Be Getting A Better Deal Than Buyers
The to buy or to rent debate rages on and for Millennials especially, renting may be a more savvy option.
How to Handle Sibling Rivalry Over Family Money and Avoid Probate Court
When it comes to wills, trusts and aging parents, brothers and sisters can become the worst of enemies without best practices in place.
Renting an Apartment? Top Reasons You Should Get Renters Insurance
If you've recently asked yourself, 'Should I get renters insurance?' we've got an easy answer for you: Yes.
Weight Loss Programs May Thin Your Wallet, Not Your Waist
A new study finds that only a few weight-loss programs are more effective than education or counseling, and not by that much.
Does Baldness Equal Lost Job Opportunities? The Economic Effects Are Hairy
A new study shows that hair plucking may lead to a treatment for male pattern baldness, but some men have found baldness can equal boldness in the workplace.
Corinthian Colleges Shuts Down its Remaining Campuses as its Final Act
A second sale to ECMC Group does not materialize while student advocates are calling for a write-off of federal loans
For-Profit Chain Corinthian Colleges Officially Closes Its Doors
On Sunday the troubled chain of for-profit schools Corinthian Colleges announced that it will officially shut down once and for all.