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News and Articles About Personal Finance
Lessons From a MLB Player About Financial Planning
Oakland A's second baseman Eric Sogard discusses how he manages his finances, so he can make smart future investments.
For Investors, Collectible Toys Aren't Child's Play
If you hit it right, antique toys can be a highly valued part of your investment portfolio.
Obama Pushes Financial Education in Schools
The White House has made April National Financial Capability Month.
How Your Tax Bill Stacks Up Around the World
Workers in Belgium, Germany, Austria and Hungary face the highest tax burdens, according to the OECD's annual report on individual income taxes.
Report: Facebook Is About to Enter the E-Money Game
The social giant is gearing up to give PayPal a run for their money.
When Financial Professionals Go Indie
Weighing becoming independent asset manager or financial advisor? Balance the freedom to serve customers against the strain of running a firm.
Kent Croft and Mark Travis
Taking Care of Your Loved Ones When Your Business Can't
Entrepreneurship comes with financial risk. Is it possible to take the leap if you're also supporting a family?
Oklahoma Makes Personal Finance Mandatory for High School Students
A law passed in 2007 and beginning in May will require teachers to certify students' working knowledge of banking, taxes, investing, loans and more.
Starting a Business
Funding Your Business on Your Own? Learn From These 7 Entrepreneurs
Seven entrepreneurs offer up bootstrapping-financial advice to those aspiring to start their own business.
Retiring at 27: Ambitious, Lazy or Crazy?
A young real estate CEO made a plan to build up his net worth and check out in six years. Here's how he did it.
Why You Should Commit to Small Daily Improvements and Other Must-Read Business Tips
A look at why big goals start with small actions, how falling in love with boredom helps you stay driven and more advice for business owners.
Brian Patrick Eha
Is It Ever OK for Founders to Sell Off Their Company Shares?
Selling stock in your company, especially if it keeps you from sleeping in your car, is not necessarily a bad move.
The Right Way to Ask Your Parents to Finance Your Business
4 things to consider before asking mom and dad for money.
Young Entrepreneurs on How to Spend Your First $1 Million
If you're in the rarefied position of being able to attract investor dollars, these three young founders have some advice for you.
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