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Afraid to pull the trigger on buying those airline tickets for the holidays? You may want to rethink that strategy. Add $5 Each Day You Wait to Buy Thanksgiving Airfare – NBC

Former president Jimmy Carter waxes on how drastically the income gap in the U.S. has widened. Carter: Middle Class Today Resembles Past’s Poor – MSN Money

Hosting a tailgate is as popular a fall pastime as apple picking and pumpkin carving. With these tips, you can keep bellies and glasses full—without emptying your wallet. How to Tailgate Like a Pro: Game Day on the Cheap – SmartAsset

Why men who are living the single life spend more on clothing … and other surprising financial facts about flying solo. The Real Single Life: How Bachelors Actually Spend Their Money - DailyFinance

Your trip to the store—or even to your laptop—may soon be a thing of the past. Welcome to the world of instant shopping via smartphone. For Shoppers, Next Level of Instant Gratification – The New York Times

When you’re having a hectic week on the job, it’s easy to feel like you’re too busy to take care of yourself. From keeping healthy snacks within arm’s reach to adopting a nature scene for your desktop wallpaper, these quick tips will improve your wellbeing. 10 Wellness Tips for Workaholics – YouBeauty

The Swiss are frustrated by bank executives’ princely paychecks (sound familiar?), so the government plans to vote on a measure to give all citizens $34K—just because. Swiss to Vote on Plan to Give Everybody $34,000 a Year - MarketWatch

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A woman who was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer at 31 shares the eye-opening—and often ignored—financial side of living with a terminal illness. The Cost of Breast Cancer: How I Coped With a Terminal Diagnosis

We’ve all heard about the importance of having a mentor if you want to advance in your career … but a sponsor could be even more crucial. The New Way to Kick-Start Your Career? Seek Out a Sponsor

We got real couples to dish about how debt counseling saved their fledgling finances—and relationships. This Is Your Marriage … And This Is Your Marriage on Debt Counseling

By the time this writer left her day job for good, she’d accumulated a group of clients and a cushion of savings. How I Did It: I Left My Corporate Job to Work for Myself