Is it really 2016 already? For those of you who happen to be planning on buying a home in the new year -- or even just trying to -- there's a whole lot to celebrate. Why? A variety of financial vectors
1. Airbnb is pinning its hopes on China and millennials as it looks to become profitable. Demand in the country increased eightfold last year. 2. Four of Twitter's top execs are leaving. Twitter will appoint
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With Oscar nominations out, why not create your own mini-cinema? It's more than just a TV room... A cinema room, once the preserve of celebrity types and film industry executives, is fast becoming the
A clean, well-maintained home in tiptop condition will yield maximum profit when it comes time to sell. However, you don’t have to shell out the big bucks to make sure your house is in mint condition.
If you're a member of the other 74%, you could be making a terrible financial mistake. As you'll see shortly, investing for the long term is much more effective if you start as early as possible. In a
A 2012 Harvard Business School study found that three out of four venture-backed startups fail. And not even the luckiest and most talented founders — the Mark Zuckerbergs of the world — make it through
"Successful people look at other successful people as a means to motivate themselves," writes T. Harv Eker in "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind." "They see other successful people as models to learn from.
Habits are extremely powerful. Think about the most basic things you do every day, such as your morning and nighttime routines. These aren't even things you think about, you just do them because you've
Here are nine steps to take to make sure the home you buy is one you can afford: Start by checking your credit score. "The higher your score, the better the interest rate on your mortgage will be," writes
By Barbara Friedberg, Contributor If you're interested in improving how you manage your finances, then you need to care about rising interest rates that are expected this year from the Federal Reserve.
You can waste a tremendous amount of time by trying to multitask or focusing too much on unimportant details. Montreal-based designer and author Étienne Garbugli has struggled with all of that. As he's
The long wait for a true recovery in the housing market owes much to the nature of the housing bubble that led to the crisis. In the mid-2000s, individuals who couldn't afford to purchase a home were to
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