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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.

  • How much should you save for retirement?

    It’s what many people want to know, and most struggle to figure out: How much should I save for retirement? Here are five steps toward figuring out how much to save for retirement.

  • Five tips for buying a home if you have student loans

    Many millennials are choosing to delay major life decisions, like buying a house, because of their student loan debt. But becoming a homeowner is possible even if you have student loans.

  • Something borrowed: does a personal loan work to pay for a wedding?

    Many couples use credit cards to help pay for a wedding, but some take out wedding loans —  unsecured personal loans whose interest rate is based on the creditworthiness of one or both spouses-to-be. Using a loan can make budgeting, and paying, for a wedding easier, but whether using one is right depends on your financial situation.

  • Graduation gifts for every kind of 2016 graduate

    Graduation season is upon us, and with it comes the challenge of finding the perfect gift for the high school senior, brand-new college graduate, or freshly-certified Krav Maga instructor in your life. Worry not, because we're here with a suggestion for everyone on your list!

  • 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.

May 24, 2016

Photos of the day 05/24

Confiscated rare and protected wildlife products, such as these stuffed Sumatran tiger skins, are burned and destroyed during a ceremony by government forestry and wildlife officials in Banda Aceh, Aceh province, Indonesia on Monday.

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