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    Best Cities to Live and Work

    Living in a big city offers plenty of perks—great restaurants, cultural activities and, often, a diverse array of job opportunities—but there are also many downsides, including traffic jams, high living costs and worrisome crime rates. But, what ...

    Best Counties to Work

    By Michelle Smith - Best States for Job Growth
    Got a hankering for a better job? How about a better-paying one? If you've been yearning for a change, then it makes sense to consider all of your options, including moving to another locale. We looked from coast to coast to find the best ...

    Payment Technology Trends

    Traditional cash registers will continue to follow the footsteps of the VCR this coming year. Technological trends are slowly but surely transforming the way we pay for items, from the rollout of new credit card technology to the increasing ...

    Small Business Outlook 2014

    For many small businesses, January 1 not only marks the start of the new year but also the beginning of renewed optimism. Six out of 10 small businesses say they're growing or expect to find growth opportunities in 2014, according to a National ...
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    Best Big Cities to Live and Work

    Small town or big city? Even if you're a diehard fan of the bright lights, you know big-city life can have its disadvantages, including high crime rates, high unemployment, and wages that don't cover the cost of living. But not all big cities ...

    Best Small Cities to Start a Business

    By Leah Norris - Top Business Credit Cards
    Nationwide, just half of small businesses survive more than five years. Given that statistic, it makes sense for entrepreneurs to do some careful research before setting up shop in a particular location. After all, cities have vastly different ...

    Things That Will Be More Expensive in 2014

    By Leah Norris - Best Deals
    If you're one of many Americans who have “buying a new house” earmarked as a New Year's resolution, you may have waited too long to get much of a deal. Housing prices are expected to go up this coming year. Will you also be in the market for a ...

    Things That Will Be Cheaper 2014

    By Leah Norris - Best Deals
    The New Year will bring good news to those in the market for a used car or a desktop computer, but those on the selling side of gold and used cars won't be so pleased. Here are five items that are likely to go down in price in 2014.

    Who to Tip for Holidays

    It’s a time when many people think about giving back by donating to charities, volunteering, or giving extra tips to their hair dresser or postal worker. But other people you encounter every day would greatly benefit from some holiday cheer ...

    Christmas Debt Statistics

    By Jasmine Williams - Holiday Shopping Trends 2013
    ’Tis the season to be cautious about going overboard with credit card debt . The thrill of holiday shopping and gift-giving can sometimes make us forget about the risk of loading up credit card charges.




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