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  • Best tablet deals: Windows and Android slates from $77

    If you're looking for cheap, mid-sized tablets for entertainment or work, you'll want to check out this list of five great tablet deals. You can save $30 on the full-HD Dell Venue 8, grab a Toshiba Encore Mini for just $79, or bag a Lenovo IdeaTab S6000 at $81 off.

  • Five side jobs that can supplement your income

    Whether you're struggling to get by or want to put money away for a wedding or vacation, extra cash flow never hurts. Here are five ways to supplement your income without doing a ton of extra work. 

  • Six steps to debt freedom

    Tackling debt isn't easy, especially at the beginning. But a few key adjustments to your budget can send you well on your way to a debt-free paradise. Here are six cost-cutting measures to help eliminate your debt quickly. 

  • Five ways to make difficult conversations about money easier

    Conversations about money can be hard and awkward, but they're essential in avoiding conflicts with those close to you. Here are five ways to make those tricky money conversations a bit easier. 

  • 529A savings plans could help people with disabilities

    The US Congress passed the ABLE Act last year, which created a 529A account to provide tax advantaged benefits for disabled individuals. The 529A will allow more families to plan support for disabled loved ones, and use it as needed. 

  • Disney World: the ultimate test of financial planning

    Managing your finances during a trip is always important, but it's a special challenge at Disney World. Here are eight tips to keep you on track in the Happiest Place on Earth.

  • Are Microsoft's HoloLens glasses cool or not?

    Microsoft unveils its next ambitious and great innovation: HoloLens. With HoloLens, users can dive into the virtually untapped world of holographic computing by wearing a headset to see 3D holograms that can interact with the environment around them. 

January 25, 2015

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Firefighter Travis Theurer signals to those on shore that he’s strapped fellow firefighter Donnie Corn in to be pulled out of the water Saturday, during ice rescue training in Portland, Indiana.

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  • Five ways to make difficult conversations about money easier

    Conversations about money can be hard and awkward, but they're essential in avoiding conflicts with those close to you. Here are five ways to make those tricky money conversations a bit easier. 

  • Nine cheap alternatives to high-cost winter clothes

    With temperatures falling and snow piles rising across the nation, you might be scrambling to get together some semblance of a practical winter wardrobe. We've rounded up nine cheaper alternatives to pricey North Face coats and UGG boots that will keep you warm, and fashionable.  

  • Student loans: How Obama's community college plan could give 9 million students break

    Student loans have become a major  financial hurdle for young adults. But President Obama's plans to offer two years of free community college could help 9 million students save an average of $3,800 in full-time tuition per year, and reduce student loans. 

  • Five amazing travel deals to Europe, including a $144 flight. Really.

    If you've always wanted to visit Europe, then this could be the year. Take your once-in-a-lifetime trip with our five best travel deals: We've found airfare to Europe from as low as $144 one-way and 6-night flight and hotel packages for two starting from $1,521 plus other offers. 

  • Winter prep: 13 tools you should always keep in the car

    The windy, slushy winter days are here, and it's crucial to prepare in advance for any car trouble. Keep these tools handy, and you'll be ready for any crisis that could strike during winter on the road. 

  • As adoption fees mount, a loan could fill the gap

    Adopting a child can be an amazing experience, but costs for the process can exceed $40,000. A loan can help with adoption costs, but you need to answer a few questions before committing to borrowing money. 

  • LGBT seniors face special challenges in retirement

    LGBT couples can face high levels of financial insecurity in their retirement years. Many in the LGBT community do not trust traditional financial institutions, and retirement income streams like social security benefits, state pensions, and more do not always recognize same-sex partners.

  • In-flight Wi-Fi gathers speed

    In-flight WiFi is becoming more and more common on US air carriers, making it easy to binge-watch Netflix and answer work emails on your phone, laptop or tablet at 30,000 feet.

  • Seven money mistakes to avoid in your 20s

    In your 20s, managing yourself financially for the long-term is crucial. Here are seven money mistakes to avoid in your 20s, to ensure your future financial success. 

  • Three big tax and retirement savings changes for 2015

    Three big financial changes took effect at the start of 2015, and you should be aware of them if you're seeking to give your finances a new beginning. Read on for important new rules on retirement contributions, tax brackets, and more. 

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