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Forget infiltrating email accounts. The latest way hackers are accessing your data? Internet-connected TVs and other “smart” appliances. Hackers Can Get Into Your Refrigerator, Too – CNBC

New research reveals that it’s not just the 1% who are feeling better about their finances these days. 6 Signs Average Investors Are Finally Happy Again - DailyFinance

Worried that your side job is compromising your sanity rather than boosting your satisfaction? Know When a Side Gig is More Hurtful Than Helpful – Lifehacker

Security breaches–like the recent Target debacle–are making consumers nervous, but the answer to the problem may be right in our pockets. Are Mobile Payments the Solution to Credit Card Breaches? - MainStreet

Check out this guide to knocking one tricky interview question out of the park. The Key to Answering “Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?” - The Daily Muse

From improperly claiming dependents to forgetting to fill in the date, these tax blunders are the ones that experts see most frequently. 8 Errors You’re Most Likely to Make on Your Tax Return – U.S. News and World Report

Hoping your kid will be the 74th president of the United States? Don’t hinder your child’s chances at greatness with these stifling moves. 7 Parenting Behaviors That Keep Children From Growing Into Leaders – Forbes

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Some upper crust Americans are redefining the concept of living paycheck-to-paycheck … The Savings Habits of the New Rich: Why You Should Be Living Paycheck to Paycheck

It may be cold and flu season, but that’s not all that you should be worried about catching from friends. 5 Ways to Fend Off Contagious Bad Money Habits

Think your tax bill will be lower in retirement? Not so fast. 10 Retirement Myths That Can Wreak Havoc on Your Nest Egg

One woman shares how a job halfway around the world helped her to purge her debt … for good. Money Mic: I Moved to the Middle East to Pay Off $70,000 of Debt

These sneaky work blunders—like getting too chummy with co-workers—can happen to the best of us. 5 Career Mistakes You Didn’t Know You Were Making