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The Kiplinger Letter
Homeownership may seem out of your reach, but in these 10 locations, it may be more attainable than you think.
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The gender wage gap is closing very slowly. Here's how you can ensure you're getting all the pay you deserve now.
Problem number one: Not enough growth in jobs and wages.
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Thinking of starting your own business? Opening a franchise of an established and successful service business can be a good way to navigate the many challenges of entrepreneurship. Franchisors typically ...
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Generate extra income by turning an interest or hobby into a moneymaker.
Tax season can be daunting, especially for first-time filers. Here are some tips to get you started and keep your costs to a minimum.
After big rebounds in housing prices, more modest gains are likely this year.
With the economy recovering at a less than robust pace, the thought of finding a new job or starting your own business from scratch can be daunting. But with tried-and-true business models and corporate ...
A grievous mismatch of workers’ skills and job openings means millions go without paychecks while employers lack the help they need.
Kiplinger forecasts a 2.6% growth rate nationally next year, after a projected 2% gain in 2013. Here are our growth forecasts for all 50 states for 2014.
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Economists were right: Recovery from the 2008 financial crisis will take a long time.
Look for recent price spikes to ease as new construction picks up and more homes come on the market.
Having hung on through the Great Recession, many small-business owners face a new threat in the coming year: the difficulty of renewing loans now coming due.