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New and enhanced laws make it harder to retaliate against an employee who reveals wrongdoing at work, whether the boss is Uncle Sam or the company CEO, and bounty programs are starting to pay off for tipsters exposing tax cheats and shareholder ri...
A recent survey from Visa showed that prom spending hit an average of $1,139 per family this year, up 5 percent from last year. One way to keep expenses under control is for parents to take an active role in prom planning.
The Chromebook from Google is specifically designed to run Google's free Web-based apps, including Gmail, Google Drive, Calendar and Picasa.
To earn a 6-percent yield in a world where safe investments pay 1 percent or less requires accepting significant risk. Becca Followill, head of stock research at U.S. Capital Advisors, thinks MLPs are a great idea for superior income.
The average person is paying over $70 a month on their cell phone bill. With those kinds of prices, it's infuriating to realize that small-time scammers may be sneaking extra charges into the fine print. How do you avoid having this happen to you?
You can't anticipate at age 25 what your final salary will be at retirement -- and therefore you can't know what 85 percent of your ending salary will be. One big advantage to starting early is that it lets compounding work longer on your behalf.
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