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You can’t control what happens to your luggage once baggage handlers or bellhops get their hands on it. But you can take good care of it while it’s in your possession, stretching its life for years, depending on how much you travel. Read on to for some tips on how you can make your luggage last.
Impact investors, however, are just turning to development impact bonds. Only 6 percent of global impact investing dollars went toward healthcare in 2017, according to that year’s Annual Impact Investor Survey conducted by the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN).
It’s easy to confuse dental savings plans (also known as dental discount plans) with dental insurance, but they’re very different. Whether insurance or a discount plan -- or some combination of the two -- is right for you will depend on how much dental work you and your family get per year and how much you’re paying out of pocket.
There are three main types of lung cancer, and the type and stage of cancer you have will affect the care you need. You’ll want to really get to know each person and understand what they do, because open communication is crucial to getting the best care.
Flood coverage depends on where the water comes from. It's a little complicated, so we talked with a Farmers® agent
Make her proud with one of these five amazing Mother’s Day gifts. All the items below are recommended by our testers, offer great value, and rank high in our ratings.
Borrowing against home equity can be a convenient way to access cash, but it also carries risk, as millions of Americans learned in the housing crisis of 2008. If you're considering it, here's what you need to know.
Follow these steps to pack your suitcase like a pro.
Eight months later, the 19-year-old is bringing in $100,000 per month selling name-brand items (think Sony and Mattel) to Amazon buyers from his home in Olympia, Wash, the retail giant’s backyard. The entrepreneur’s next million-dollar idea is to teach you how to do the same.
While it can be tempting to splurge on a big purchase, saving some or all of the money may be a smarter move over the long term. Here are five ways that taxpayers with a household income of less than $75,000 can put that refund to good use.
The days and weeks immediately following a natural disaster can feel overwhelming for any business owner. While your family and community are reeling from a flood, fire, or even an act of terrorism, you have the added pressure of figuring out how to make sure your business survives.
Whether you're considering selling your business, or just taking a step back to enjoy the hard-earned fruits of your labor, one of the first things you need to figure out is who will take over the leadership of your firm. When you've poured your heart into building a company, however, you can't hand the reins over to just anyone. Finding the right person and setting them up for success is key to the long-term growth of your company.
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are frequently discussed in the media, and dinner parties. Many digital currencies experienced massive price hikes despite a bumpy ride, with several large dips along the way. Wondering what all the fuss is about? Here are answers to five common questions about cryptocurrencies:
Social media doesn’t have to be a total time suck, though. Using social media to help you save money is a great way to make that screen time more productive. Yep, social media could have a positive impact on your money management and financial goals.
Conceived by social impact investor and developer Ron Beit, CEO of RBH Group, Teachers Village received funding via a public-private partnership that included investments from major players like Goldman Sachs and Prudential Financial as well as state and federal tax credits and a city payment in lieu of tax (PILOT) program. The $150 million project sits on five blocks that previously was mostly dilapidated buildings and parking lots near Newark’s Penn Station.
Priced at $100 per household, the Plus program appears to compete directly with the $99 (or $13 per month) Amazon Prime membership. Here’s how the two plans stack up.
Still, it’s possible to learn how to plan a honeymoon on a budget so your vacation doesn’t detract from other financial commitments and priorities. These six ways to plan a honeymoon on a budget can help ensure you’re able to enjoy (and afford) your post-nuptial vacation: