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Bloomberg Businessweek reports that several schools have launched, designed to teach pot entrepreneurs how to farm, sell, and invest in marijuana. Read Article

Follow these steps to maximize your retirement savings account. Read Article

Steve Orr reports on smaller banks clinging to a practice that could leave you paying a lot more in overdraft fees. Read Article

How to safely remove a tick from your dog Removing a tick from your dog can be a tricky and icky affair. But if your dog has been bitten by a tick you must remove it quickly because an infection can be transmitted to your dog in 24 to 48 hours, according to the Humane [...]

Steve Mason, a pastor from California, inherited more than $100,000 in student loan debt when his 27-year-old daughter died suddenly in 2009. With interest and late penalties, the debt has since ballooned to $200,000. Read Article

How to choose wisely when shopping for the lowest prices. Read Article

The goal of beating someone increases the odds that we’ll make a decision in pursuit of winning, but that may end up costing us what matters most to us. Read Article

Grandparents have to balance their grandchildren's needs without jeopardizing their retirement savings. USA Today reports. Read Article

Ali Ewoldt has performed in Broadway musicals and TV shows. Her days consist of auditions, rehearsals, and being on stage in front of hundreds of people at a time. Here are journal entries from a day in her life. Read Article

Kiplinger’s Andrea Browne identifies popular items you are better off buying elsewhere. Read Article

Are you spending so much at the supermarket that you get indigestion? This may be why. Read Article

Pope Francis sees capitalism and inequality as the root cause of all the world’s social problems. Could he excommunicate capitalism? Read Article

After many lean years, this fund posts healthy gains. Read Article

The inflation-adjusted net worth for the typical household fell 36 percent in the 10 years ended in 2013, according to a study. Read Article

Economic risks are rising in Europe, and ECB President Mario Draghi is short on tools, and time, writes Satyajit Das Read Article

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