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  • The best international roaming cell phone plans

    International roaming rates are nothing to mess around with, so it’s important to know what you’re on the hook for before you travel abroad. We’ve surveyed the mobile landscape and picked out the carriers and plans that are most friendly to frequent out-of-country travelers.

  • Four questions to ask before starting a franchise

    Opening a franchise is a tempting approach to entrepreneurship. You get a playbook and an established brand, and the franchising opportunities appear virtually endless. But it’s not all froyo and free lunches. Before you sign any franchise agreement, ask yourself these four questions.

  • What should business owners think about in the first year?

    The first year of a small business’s existence is crucial, as entrepreneurs run headlong into critical questions. It's important to keep yourself focused on your goals and make sure your finances are sound during this period.

  • How to snowflake your debt

    A debt snowflake is a way of paying off debt that immediately captures small savings for use toward outstanding bills. Here's how to do it.

  • Wal-Mart takes on Amazon Prime with new ‘ShippingPass’

    Wal-Mart is taking aim at Amazon’s loyal following with a pilot service called ShippingPass that promises the coveted service of fast, free shipping.

  • Should you refinance before the Fed decides on rates?

    The Federal Reserve decided to leave short-term interest rates unchanged when it met in April but left open the possibility of raising rates in mid-June. Just how much should the Fed’s rates guide homeowners’ decisions about refinancing?

  • A budget traveler's guide to staying connected while traveling abroad

    Having a phone with a data plan at your disposal while traveling can be a literal life saver, but international phone service is notoriously expensive for unwary travelers. Fortunately, there are ways to prepare for, and even avoid, these steep charges.

  • Eight ways to eat healthy on a budget

    There's a prevailing myth in this country that eating healthy costs more, but you don't have overspend in order to eat well.

  • The best ways to invest $5,000

    Building up $5,000 to invest isn’t easy — no matter how you did it, the process likely involved a fair amount of penny pinching and going without. So here’s the good news: investing that money is fairly easy.

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