Your first line of defense against identity theft is your password. If you want better password security, consider implementing the following tips:
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One of the hardest things you can do in your career is to say no to your boss. It’s hard to say no to one more thing, especially since you don’t want to put your job at risk. As you consider whether or not you can say no, here are some things to keep in mind:
Revolving credit can help you build your credit history so that you show a good face to lenders, insurers, and other financial services providers that use your credit history as a gauge of how reliable you are likely to be.
We often refer to the traditional workplace as the “rat race.” As the name implies, it’s often seen as a place that we want to escape. However, it’s not always best to simply walk away.
In order to determine where people are most likely to be financial literate, WalletHub crunched the data to figure out who knows about money, as well as who is most likely to walk the walk — as well as talk the talk.
The marriage age is increasing, and it’s now likely that both partners have some sort of education and career. As a result, marriage is no longer always in your best financial interest.
The new economy involves crowdsourcing, and you need to consider how it might figure in your career.
We’ve heard a lot about the gender pay gap in recent weeks. While there is debate over whether the pay gap really exists, there is little debate over the fact that women are more likely to live in poverty once they hit retirement.