Personal Finance from Forbes.com

  • Can You Boost Your Investment Returns With The 'War Games' Effect?
    Can you boost your returns with the War Games Effect? You can and should, and in this article I'll show you how.
  • 4 Fracking Stocks That Can Help Your Portfolio Flourish
    Skip Aylesworth: The Hennessy Gas Utility Index Fund specializes in investing in the distribution side of the natural gas industry. We've had an evolution -- really a revolution -- in the natural gas industry in our country. Five, six, seven years ago, we thought supplies were on the decline and we were going to have to import a lot of natural gas. Prices for the product per million BTU, was in the $10, $11, $12 range. And as supplies dwindled, there was fear that the price would go up further.
  • Social Security Disability Taxation - Curious And Confusing According to Tax Court
    The treatment of social security disability payments is probably one of the more unfair aspects of the Internal Revenue Code.  Every once in a while you will see it sneak up on somebody, which highlights the unfairness.  The Tax Court might express sympathy, but they can't help much.  The most recent victims were  Arthur and Cheryl English.
  • A Mid-Year Dose Of Reality: Separating Financial Fear From Fact
    The first half of 2014 is over and we can look ahead with great expectation to the second half of the year. No, that doesn't mean your investment portfolio will rise (or that you'll hit the lottery). It means that you have the opportunity to focus on the issues you value that you can control, and move them forward with strong action.
  • Freelancers, Here's How To Protect And Structure Your Business
    Wondering if you should become an LLC or elect S-Corp status? Want to know what kind insurance you need? We break it down for you.
  • How Startup Investing Will Change And Why
    Title III is the widely anticipated component of the JOBS Act that we at Onevest, a leading startup investing marketplace, believe has the potential to liberalize and standardize startup investing across the board.  Given this game changing legislation, which is ultimately responsible for the birth of equity crowdfunding, I suspect
  • 7 Common Rental Home Renos: Are They Worth Your Investment?
    Looking to make some improvements to your rental? Experts pinpoint which projects are really worth your money if you don't own.
  • 5 Signs You and Your Roommate Should Break Up
    Breakups are never easy, even when they involve a roomie. You've been living with this person for a certain number of months and have gotten to know their quirks and habits. However, you might come to the conclusion that the two of you aren't compatible. In some cases "it's not you, it's me" applies (you want to move in with your significant other or got a job out of state). Other times, your roommate is the reason why things aren't working out. If you're feeling stressed living at your place or feel resentment toward the person you live with, it might be time to break up. Read: Breaking Up is Hard. Breaking a Lease is Harder. Before you do, try to resolve any specific issues that have been bothering you by having a mature conversation. Here are some of the things that may cause you to realize you can't live together anymore:   1. You Constantly Fight About Cleaning If one of you does all the cleaning, you're living in an unbalanced situation--which is a recipe for a roommate disaster. You both have your name on the lease and thus share equal responsibility when it comes to caring for the apartment. You can try to remedy your uneven cleaning responsibilities by creating a chore chart. Each person will have a set of tasks to accomplish each week or month. However, if this method doesn't change things, you might need to reevaluate whether or not you should stay with your roommate.
  • How Long Can Interest Rates Defy The Odds?
    America loves an underdog, a scrappy competitor who manages to beat the odds. By staying so low for so long, interest rates have not only beaten the odds in recent years, they've laughed right in their face. The question is, how long can interest rates keep doing it?
  • Best ETFs For Traders: Inflation-Protected Bonds
    Do you want to speculate on where real interest rates will go? You could buy one of the cost-efficient exchange-traded bond funds in the table below. If rates on Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (a.k.a. TIPS) go down, you’d make a quick buck.

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