Woman who negotiated bill down
5 Monthly Bills You Can Easily Negotiate Down

on January 29, 2020

Here’s how to bring down recurring expenses and save hundreds — or even thousands — of dollars each year.

18 Jobs That Are Most Likely to Be Killed off by Computers
18 Jobs That Are Most Likely to Be Killed off by Computers

on January 24, 2020

Is your job among those most threatened by artificial intelligence? You might be surprised.

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The Fastest-Growing Jobs in Every State

on January 15, 2020

Ready for a new line of work and possibly more money? You might be surprised to learn the hottest job in your state.

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7 Reasons Workers Age 65 and Older Have Not Retired Yet

on January 11, 2020

For some, the golden years are a time to increase the gold — but their reasons for delaying retirement vary widely.

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The Best and Worst States for Working as a Teacher

on November 19, 2019

Teaching can be tough, but the life of a K-12 educator depends a lot on where you live.

Here’s How Much Money Janitors Make in Your State
Here’s How Much Money Janitors Make in Your State

on November 5, 2019

Wages for janitors vary widely across the U.S. Do we pay people enough to sweep floors and clean toilets? You decide.

The True Cost of a Mortgage in Every State
The True Cost of a Mortgage in Every State

on October 2, 2019

Most of us can’t pay cash for a house, and taking out a mortgage can cost a lot. Exactly how much may shock you.

The 25 Slowest-Growing State Economies in America
The 25 Slowest-Growing State Economies in America

on August 13, 2019

Is your state among those suffering from a poor or middling economy?

10 Countries That Are Cheap and Safe for Retirees
10 Countries That Are Cheap and Safe for Retirees

on June 22, 2019

These foreign nations are among the few that offer retirees both affordability and safety.

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7 Companies That Could Profit From Climate Change

on June 3, 2019

As the world heats up, these companies are looking ahead, adapting or embracing change.

Worker garbage collector truck loading waste and trash bin
Here’s How Much Trash and Recycling Collectors Earn in Every State

on May 23, 2019

Automation and rising recycling costs are changing the trash collecting industry but it’s still a dirty, dangerous job. Here’s what workers are paid.

A happy retired couple
How All 50 States Tax Your Retirement Income

on March 21, 2019

Find out which states are friendly, and not-so friendly, with the money you’ll need in your later years.

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9 Employers and Job Resources to Pursue as an Older Worker

on March 13, 2019

Plenty of employers are tapping into the growing 50-and-older crowd. Here’s how to find them.

cash payment
Are You Owed Money? See If You Can Join These 7 Class-Action Lawsuits

on March 5, 2019

You could pocket anywhere from $5 to $5,000 in class-action settlement payments if you’re eligible to join even one of these lawsuits.

Woman holding credit card
The 10 U.S. Cities With the Highest Credit Card Balances

on February 8, 2019

People across the country are using plastic more — but you can keep it in check.

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9 Major Companies Face Threat From Amazon

on December 12, 2018

As the online giant invades one market after another, these well-known companies are circling the drain.

Career people
Here’s What Americans Say They’d Do to Stay Employed

on December 7, 2018

Here’s how far people say they would go to keep their jobs — and some tips on how to stay gainfully employed.

Couple making plans
10 of the Hottest Home Upgrades — and What They Really Cost

on November 9, 2018

We tend to enter remodeling projects a little (or a lot) too optimistic about cost. Avoid an expensive surprise with this dose of reality.

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