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A killer home entertainment setup for under $1,000? You heard right. The Smart Buyer’s Guide to Home Entertainment - Smart Asset
If you're prone to buyer's remorse—and the returns that follow—your favorite stores may be keeping a close eye on you. Return Lots of Merchandise? Retailers May Be Tracking You - DailyFinance
With Ivy League schools now offering free internet courses, you may think that spending hundreds of thousands on college may soon be passé ... but it's not that simple. Why Online Classes Won’t Replace the Classroom - The Fiscal Times
Looking to make more friends at work? Want greater visibility on the job? These tips can help. Super-Easy Ways to Get More Involved at Work - The Daily Muse
Despite all of the talk about the economy bouncing back, many Americans are still feeling the sting of the recession—particularly as it pertains to retirement. 5 Simple Steps to Rebuild Your Retirement Nest Egg - The Week
If you want to move up in your career, there's one skill that you really need to master—but it doesn't come naturally for everyone. How I Beat My Fear of Public Speaking - Lifehacker
From survey-taking gigs to microjobs, these sites can help you rake in extra cash without ever leaving your couch. How You Can Really Make Money Online - Techlicious
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Whether you're a millennial, a Gen X'er or a boomer, you've likely been unfairly typecast based on your age. Here's how to overcome those annoying workplace assumptions. 6 Generational Stereotypes to Bust on Your Job Hunt
Some Americans are handing over their hard-earned cash to their kids long before they're gone—so they can watch their children enjoy the money. Should You Give Your Kids an Early Inheritance?
New research reveals that people who grow up in tough financial circumstances react differently to economic stress than rich-kid counterparts. Are You Behaving Like a Poor Person?
Even if it seems impossible, it's never too late to revamp your nest egg. How I Rebooted My Retirement Savings After 40
From impulse buying to being too stubborn to sell an underperforming stock, you may have biology to blame for these financial shortcomings. 5 Bad Money Habits That May Be Genetic
That classic, end-of-summer crunch to get your kids' school supplies can quickly turn into a big money suck--but it doesn't have to be. Back-to-School Shopping: How to Spend Under $50—Backpack Included!