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Are You Accumulating Money, or Regret?

Are You Accumulating Money, or Regret?

When it comes to money, savers accumulate wealth, while non-savers accumulate regret. This is advice we should all take to heart.

Bankrate recently chronicled just how many more of us should follow this advice, when it surveyed America and found that seventy-five percent of us have financial regrets…

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“You may go to ___, and I will go to Texas”

“You may go to ___, and I will go to Texas”

Congressman Davy Crockett’s famous kiss-off to his Tennessee constituents is now being echoed – in a fashion — by more and more Americans.

Whether they are leaving their home states in anger or not, many thousands are moving to Texas these days.

So many, in fact, that five of the…

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Cars and Causes

Cars and Causes

Consumers are more likely to buy a vehicle if the company selling it is promoting a social good campaign, a new report from Kelley Blue Book finds.

While styling, performance and fuel economy are still the big drivers of sales, car companies can still benefit by promoting the things they…

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Fewer Working-Age U.S. Adults are Uninsured

Fewer Working-Age U.S. Adults are Uninsured

The number of American adults of working age (18-64) who lacked health insurance decreased in the nation’s 2,262 counties from 2013 to 2014, a new study by the U.S. Census Bureau finds.

Looking at the total population under age 65, the estimated uninsured rate decreased in…

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Americans Care about Healthcare, Social Security Above Other Issues

Americans Care about Healthcare, Social Security Above Other Issues

A new survey from credit score site Credit Karma shows what Americans really care most about in this political season: healthcare and social security.

According to the findings, 80% of voters surveyed agree that these are the most important issues in this year’s election.

These two issues beat out…

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