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Author: Jacob Davis

#458 How Bad Is My Credit Score?

If you have really bad credit or really good credit, you probably already know it. But there's that vast middle area where your score is too low to get the best offers. If you want to get a new credit card, take out a loan at the car dealership, get a mortgage to buy a house or borrow money for s... see more

#395 Unemployment Rates by Country

Unemployment in the U.S. dipped to 5.4% this spring. It was the lowest rate in the last seven years and shows the nation is recovering from the financial crisis of 2008. By way of comparison, historical research from Forecast-Chart.com finds the average U.S. unemployment rate from 1948 through th... see more

#282 Common Retirement Advice That DINKs Can Ignore

For some, nothing is more vital to the human experience than having children. Those people see it as almost a sacred duty – to give their parents grandchildren, to propagate the species, to savor the indescribable joy of parenting.Then there are the rest of us, a small minority to be sur... see more

#260 Best Real Estate Apps for House Hunters

Gone are the days of trawling through classified ads, cruising real estate agency windows and schlepping to endless showings. Finding the perfect place to lay your head has never been easier thanks to an arsenal of location-based, user-friendly apps that put the nation's property listings, quite ... see more

#259 Garage Sale vs. Donation

As you clean out your attic and closets, you might find yourself neck-deep in bell-bottom jeans, polyester leisure suits, dusty garden gnomes and heaps of old toys – not to mention that collection of velvet dolphin paintings you inherited from your grandmother. You know you want to get rid of i... see more

#228 Help! My Unemployment Benefits Are Running Out

Unemployment compensation was designed to provide income to people who lose their job. The problem is that benefits run out rather quickly. Your claim lasts one year (your benefit year), but most states only pay benefits for 13 to 26 weeks – a little more than 6 months – during the year.... see more

#104 5 Myths That Could Hurt Your Retirement

Are you basing your retirement plans on myths that make you afraid to save too much – and lead you to believe you won't need that much money anyway? If so, you could be missing opportunities to start putting aside money early when you get the biggest benefit from compound interest and tax-free... see more

#77 Credit Card Review: Chase Freedom (JPM, AMZN)

The Chase Freedom card puts good credit to work by returning a percentage of all spending as cash, effectively delivering a discount on every eligible purchase. Issued by Chase Bank USA, a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM), the Chase Freedom card delivers cash back benefits and sign-up... see more

#51 The Drawbacks Of Single-Payer Healthcare

To some, it's the greatest idea since price supports for agriculture: A government assumes its citizens' healthcare choices, paying every cost and minimizing all guesswork. To others, it's an infringement on individual human autonomy, the transference of private decisions about health to a tax... see more

#22 Buying a House in the Philippines: A How-To Guide

Ever since the Spanish-American War, we've been fascinated by the Philippines. Technically a collection of more than 7,000 islands bordered by Taiwan to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the east, Indonesia and Malaysian Borneo to the south, and the South China Sea to the west, this archipelagic na... see more

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