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#498 Find the Top Retirement Cities in Puerto Rico

If you're considering retiring in Puerto Rico, take time to explore some of the cities and towns that dot this small but diverse island before deciding where to settle. Its best communities have a relaxed vibe, a safe environment, plenty of restaurants and stores, convenient services, good medica... see more

#439 Before you Buy that Home: Shop for the Best Loan

Before even starting to search for a home, the first thing you need to do is get pre-qualified for a home mortgage. It only takes a brief phone conversation with a lender, either at a bank or with a mortgage broker to do this. The reason this is necessary is to make sure that you really do qual... see more

#406 Affordable Health Insurance For College Students

The college years can be a stressful time for any student, but paying massive healthcare bills is one worry students shouldn't have on their plate. With the Affordable Care Act, students have more options than ever when it comes to finding affordable insurance.Here are some paths to consid... see more

#338 HUD vs. FHA Loans: What’s the Difference?

You may have heard that government loans are available for would-be homeowners who are saddled with bad credit and/or a history of bankruptcies or foreclosures. In reality, though, it's not quite that simple.The federal government is not in the home-loan business. However, in the interest ... see more

#273 What's the Cheapest Airfare Really?

Although Frontier Airlines has gotten a lot of publicity in the past month for simplifying its fare structure and lowering its cheapest fares by an average of 12%, it also changed some baggage-checking fees: It now charges passengers buying its cheapest air fares $50 to carry on a bag, if the ri... see more

#238 Tax Haven Vs. Tax Shelters: Is There a Difference?

Though both go hand in hand to help high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs), and others, legally decrease their income tax burdens, there is an important difference between tax havens and tax shelters. Tax havens are locations around the globe known for having lax or nonexistent tax laws that allow in... see more

#223 Top 5 Most Successful American Entrepreneurs

America is known as a melting pot of nationalities and cultures, and it has quickly become one of the most innovative nations to date. With driven natural-born citizens and immigrants, America is one of the most successful countries in terms of entrepreneurship. From older companies such as Stand... see more

#195 5 Secrets Credit Card Companies Don’t Want You To Know

By Debbie Dragon It turns out, your credit card company may not always have your best interests in mind when signing you up for one of their cards. Check out some of the ways you can lessen your interest payments and avoid other unnecessary penalties that lurk in the fine print.... see more

#172 Survey: Americans Still Feel Vulnerable About Healthcare Insurance Under Obamacare

The Afforable Care Act, aka Obamacare, continues to remain a hot-button political issue as America heads into its mid-term elections.And while a lot of Americans remain ambivalent about Obamacare and what it will mean for their present and future heath care needs, a new study by Bankra... see more

#75 Buying A House Sight Unseen: Good Deal Or Bad Mistake?

Buying a house usually goes something like this: figure out what you can afford, find a lender, hire a real estate agent, make a list of your must-haves, view properties, view more properties, make an offer, secure your mortgage, close on your new home. Although time consuming and at times frustr... see more

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