Author: Gael F. Cooper
Gael F. Cooper on October 17, 2018
Few teachers go into education for the monetary rewards alone, but as this revealing study shows, a career in the schools is a lot more rewarding in some states than others.
Gael F. Cooper on October 1, 2018
How much you have to earn to afford to buy and maintain a home varies widely from city to city — depending not only on home prices, but also on taxes, insurance and other costs.
Gael F. Cooper on September 28, 2018
Minimum wage earners: Here’s how many hours you’ve got to work to afford even a modest apartment in every state.
Gael F. Cooper on September 27, 2018
For the bored, undecided or adventurous, here are some oddball career paths you may not have considered.
Gael F. Cooper on September 14, 2018
Buying in bulk can be tempting, but will you really use all of that cooking oil before it goes bad?
Gael F. Cooper on September 11, 2018
Bite into this juicy deal, and celebrate National Cheeseburger Day all month long.
Gael F. Cooper on September 7, 2018
Follow these tips to keep your car running well and hold its constant demands for money to a minimum.
Gael F. Cooper on August 26, 2018
Here’s what you can learn from some of the world’s most successful and wealthy people.
Gael F. Cooper on August 22, 2018
These tycoons have made it known that they won’t be handing off their riches to their offspring. Here’s a look at who they are, and why they’ve made this very public decision.
Gael F. Cooper on August 15, 2018
From cereal-makers to car companies, here are the 35 businesses Americans trust most.
Gael F. Cooper on August 11, 2018
Whether you’re looking at photos on a real-estate website or touring an open house in person, here are some red flags — and more subtle problems — to look for.
Gael F. Cooper on July 18, 2018
In pursuit of fitness, humans have come up with a bevy of ideas that range from ridiculous to dangerous. Here are 12 once trendy ideas — tapeworms, cigarettes, anyone? — that we really recommend you do not try.
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