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In Spite of Falling Premiums, Fewer Tenants Are Investing in Renters Insurance

In Spite of Falling Premiums, Fewer Tenants Are Investing in Renters Insurance

When it comes to insuring important assets like vehicles and houses, most people would likely agree that paying for protection is extremely important, especially if the premiums are affordable. However,…

Gap Grows for Retirement Savings Between America’s Richest and Poorest

Gap Grows for Retirement Savings Between America’s Richest and Poorest

We’re all aware of the economic disparity in America — the wealthiest have the highest percentage of money, and the poorest have the least. A side effect of this is…

Surprising Percentage of American Households Have Saved Nothing for Their Retirements

Surprising Percentage of American Households Have Saved Nothing for Their Retirements

A new study has revealed that an astonishing 20% of Americans who are near retirement age haven’t saved any money toward their retirements. According to an August 7 Washington Post article, the Federal Reserve’s…

A Glass Ceiling Exists for Female Entrepreneurs Seeking Small Business Loans, Says New Report

A Glass Ceiling Exists for Female Entrepreneurs Seeking Small Business Loans, Says New Report

There’s a gender gap when it comes to income, but is there one as well when it comes to owners receiving business loans? According to a congressional report issued this…

Baffled by Bitcoin? These Services are Clearing the Confusion

Baffled by Bitcoin? These Services are Clearing the Confusion

Intuit is bringing Bitcoin one step closer to the mainstream with its new PayByCoin Service, but the financial management solution company isn’t the only group interested in adapting the new currency.…

City of Detroit Planning to Cut $7 Billion of its Debt in Bankruptcy

City of Detroit Planning to Cut $7 Billion of its Debt in Bankruptcy

The City of Detroit is expecting to get rid of $7 billion of its debt in bankruptcy court by significantly reducing retiree pension and health care costs, according to a July…

Barclays Fined 26 Million Pounds for Fixing the Price of Gold

Barclays Fined 26 Million Pounds for Fixing the Price of Gold

The Financial Conduct Authority, a British financial regulator, recently fined Barclays £26 million, or $43.9 million, for improperly attempting to fix the market price of gold at its customers’ expense, according to…

Money, Not Potential, Determines College Acceptance, Experts Say

Money, Not Potential, Determines College Acceptance, Experts Say

For recent college graduates and high school seniors looking toward the future, the decision to attend a college is increasingly looked at with suspicion and, for some, with regret. No…

Seasonal Employers Slated to Bring on More Summer Jobs, Promising New Numbers Find

Seasonal Employers Slated to Bring on More Summer Jobs, Promising New Numbers Find

Ah, the summer job. That comfortable space you settle into between your last two high school years in hopes of putting aside some cash for college. If you’re lucky, you…

Will Twitter’s Growing Pains Be Its Undoing?

Will Twitter’s Growing Pains Be Its Undoing?

Speculation surfaced today that Twitter, a popular social media platform estimated to have 241 million active users, will be taking yet another step to be more like competitor Facebook. While…

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