Personal Finance from Forbes.com

  • The One Thing You Should Know About Stock Prices And Volatility
    What does the VIX (fear index) and stock prices have in common? This is one thing you simply can't ignore!
  • 6 Millionaire Celebrities Who Have Landlords
    Stars, they're just like us! In a world of insane, high-priced luxury real estate, many celebrities decide to go the rental route. Whether it's for the long-term, or just during transitions - like divorce, a bi-coastal move, a lengthy vacation, a renovation project - and more, celebs are signing leases from coast-to-coast. Although they have to answer to a landlord here and there, the luxury rentals celebs are nestling in are worth every penny. From lavish beach homes to high-rise penthouses, these properties' monthly rents can go up to $40,000 a month! Let's take a peek inside the fabulous rentals of some of the biggest stars.
  • This Week In Credit Card News: Late Payments At 7-Year Low; The Top-Rated Credit Cards
    U.S. Late Payment Rate on Credit Cards is at the Lowest Level in Seven Years
  • Would You Join A Multi-Level Marketing Company For Retirement Income?
    Can a multi-level marketing or network marketing business be the solution to the retirement savings crisis and help people make a successful transition into their retirement year? The answer will surprise you
  • How Securities Lending Makes Some ETFs Free
    When you consider an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF), it?s important to take account of securities lending. ETFs that engage in prudent securities lending can reduce the burden of investment management fees and enhance your returns. Remarkably, some low fee ETFs can beat their benchmarks because of securities lending policies .
  • Breaking Down Debt: How 4 Different Loans Affect Your Mortgage-Worthiness
    Want to get a new mortgage? Then, your credit score is a really big deal — it can make or break your mortgage payments, and ultimately determine whether or not you get the house you want.
  • 5 Ways To Calculate The States With The Most Expensive Colleges (From Misleading To Helpful)
    Sometimes, more data can make things less clear. Every year, the US Department of Education releases hundreds of facts about America’s 7,000+ colleges, from attendance to diversity to financial aid. Need to know the number of burglaries at the University of Nebraska in 2006? Help yourself. Curious what Reed College’s endowment per full-time employee is? It’s all there. Nowhere is this abundance of information more prominent than with college cost. The Department of Education reports over 50 separate figures related to cost of attendance, from tuition (in-state and out-of-state, full- and part-time) to financial aid (percentage, average amount, source, raw numbers) to additional fees (books, lodging, personal expenses). Unfortunately, this makes answering simple questions more difficult than you’d think. As an example, let’s take a fairly simple query: Which state is home to the most expensive colleges in the nation? We’ll walk through a few ways to answer this question, starting with the simplest. 1. Sticker Price (aka Tuition) It’s the most basic (and arguably, least correct) approach: calculate the average tuition among all institutions, on a state-by-state basis. Here, Vermont emerges as the most expensive, with an average tuition of just under $28,000.
  • 5 Steps To Calculating Your College R.O.I.
    Tuition has increased 1,200% since the 1980s?so tabulating your return on investment is crucial. Here's how in five simple steps.
  • Two Expensive Student Loan Mistakes To Avoid
    Student loans are a fact of life for many college students, but some graduates are making matters worse by creating additional expenses for their student loans and making their debt worse.
  • Back To College? Six Ways To Avoid Financial Food Fights
    No matter what kind of gloss you put on it, going to college is stressful. You have to study, make the grade -- and pay for it all.

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