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Which celebrity spender are you?
Want to know which celebrity spender you have the most in common with? Take the quiz below to find out. Read More
'The poorest president in the world'
President Jose Mujica says his wealth adds up to $322,883. Nearly a third of that is cash, kept in three bank accounts that Uruguay's leader didn't previously declare, according to The Associated Press. The AP reports Mujica's insistence on living simply has earned him the nickname "the poorest president in the... Read More
Your Money: Rethink investment advice from bank
Dave Ramsey: More times than not, when you go to a bank for investment advice, what you’ll get in the bargain is bad advice. Read More
Your Money: Extravagant giving, foolish spending?
Dave Ramsey: Bringing your family together for one of the most important days of the year isn’t foolish on any level. Read More
Why Anderson Cooper Won't Receive an Inheritance From Mom Gloria Vanderbilt
Anderson Cooper may come from a family with money, but he won't be seeing a dime of it, according to Good Morning America. Though his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, inherited a fortune before making her own millions, Cooper will not receive an inheritance. "My mom's made clear to me that there's no trust fund. There's... Read More
Your Money: Taking on company's cost is dangerous game
Dave Ramsey: Never take personal responsibility for company expenses. Read More
Radio station under fire for burning $5,000
A popular radio station in Canada is under fire — pun intended — for reducing $5,000 in cash to a pile of ashes on Friday as part of a publicity stunt, according to Yahoo Shine. The contest, “Bank It or Burn It,” run by 90.3 AMP Radio in Calgary, asked listeners to weigh in through social media on whether... Read More
Scammers pick the wrong guy for their fake tax return
Not even the nation’s top law-enforcement officer is safe from the growing number of fraudsters filing false tax returns based on stolen identities, according to Yahoo News. Two Georgia men filed a tax return with the name, birthday and social security number of Attorney General Eric Holder in hopes of getting his... Read More
Consumer Reports, other experts say credit card balance transfers may not be wise
Reducing interest payments by transferring a balance from one card to another is a quick way to lower monthly finance charges, but can backfire after the promotional period ends. Read More