Investing money
Save Money With A Motorcycle
Most Affordable Fast Food Chains
Networking To Land A Job
4 Unlikely Billionaires
Tips For Changing Your Career Path In 2013
Are Labor Unions Effective?
The History Of Unions In The United States
How Much Money Could Instagram Make Off Your Photos?
How To Pay Off Christmas Debt
What You Can Expect To Spend In 2013
Apple iWatch: Is It About Time?
Most Successful Unions
How To Live Without A Credit Card
Most Expensive States To Raise A Child
What Homeowners Need To Know About Zombie Titles
What's More Important: Getting Out Of Debt Or Investing?
How To Save To Start An Investment Portfolio
5 ETFs For Retirees
How Tax Treatment Of ETFs Can Benefit Purchasers
Automatic Cancellation Of PMI When You're Underwater On Your Mortgage
Is Apple Finally Going To Announce The Apple TV In 2013?
7 Easy To Understand ETFs To Replace A Savings Account
5 Misconceptions About ETFs In Retirement Accounts
Natural Disasters: Issues Relating To Leaves Of Absence
Save Money With A Motorcycle
The factors that determine the cost of owning and operating a motorcycle are largely the same as those for a car: make and model, year, your location, annual mileage, your driving record and the amount of insurance coverage that you purchase. There are also key differences, such as maintenance costs and the insurance costs associated with the amount of damage motorcycles experience and cause in accidents.

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Most Affordable Fast Food Chains
Many fast food chains pride themselves on offering quality food at affordable prices with instant service. With drive-through burger chains such as McDonald's and Burger King, pizza chains such as Papa John's, Domino's and Pizza Hut, and the many more options available, there are plenty of fast food chains claiming to offer the best deals to their consumers.

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Networking To Land A Job
Need a job? You need to network. Have a job and want to keep it? You need to network. Networking should be a career-long endeavor that is just as important as performing your job in an excellent manner. Here's why. First, if we have learned anything over the past four years, it's that job security does not exist - if it ever did.

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4 Unlikely Billionaires
Billion is starting to become a household term thanks, in large part, to the government. Remember the $700 billion bailout called TARP? Just recently, during the fiscal cliff debates, President Obama commented that each side was only a few hundred billion apart. Billion is the new million!

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Tips For Changing Your Career Path In 2013
At this time of year, when people are just returning to work after a break from the office, many begin to contemplate the thought of another year passing by in the same job. But before you rashly start firing out your resume, it's important to give due consideration to a move.

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Are Labor Unions Effective?
At the dawn of the 20th century, heavy industry and big business were in their infancy and a great deal of human labor was needed in order to facilitate the mushrooming Industrial Revolution. This quickly led to widespread abuse of workers, including children, who were often consigned to sweatshops where they were forced to toil for several hours a day.

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The History Of Unions In The United States
Labor unions have existed in one form or another in the United States since the birth of the country. They were created in an effort to protect the working population from abuses such as sweatshops and unsafe working conditions. On the other hand, they have also been accused of crippling industries and consorting with organized crime over the decades.

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How Much Money Could Instagram Make Off Your Photos?
A few weeks ago Instagram, the popular photo filtering and sharing app, released its updated terms and conditions. With over 80 million users, many of Instagram's users were unimpressed with the new terms. Some were construed in such a way that many users were uncomfortable because they interpreted the changes to mean that Instagram can and will sell their pictures to third parties.

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How To Pay Off Christmas Debt
Once the tree has been taken down, all the cookies are eaten and the decorations put away, many Americans will be left with a reminder of the Christmas season: their credit card statements. According to the American Research Group, Inc., planned Christmas spending for the 2012 season was expected to average $854 per shopper.

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What You Can Expect To Spend In 2013
With bigger tax bills coming in 2013, Americans might have to take a closer look at their spending to ensure they aren't caught off guard by the tax man. Assuming inflation will be approximately 2.3% for 2013, we can examine the most recent expenditures from October 2012 as a proxy for a typical month of spending and use that to help forecast for 2013.

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Apple iWatch: Is It About Time?
Let's be honest. Rumors about new or upcoming Apple products would be overpriced at a dime a dozen. Yet speculation grows about an Apple (Nasdaq:AAPL) iWatch. If you think that this is one of those little rumors that somebody dreamed up to make for interesting reading, think again. Some of the more notable Apple rumor mills are reporting its possible existence, and many reputable publishers such as AppleInsider and the New York Times have published iWatch stories.

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