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Is it cheaper to stay in the dorms, or to rent an apartment? Depends on lot on which city you’re going to school in. Here are the best and worst deals in college housing. Read Article

Best Black Friday Deals on Tablets Tablets make great holiday gifts, and if you’re in the market for one (or several), you’ll find a number of Black Friday deals. Some of the most popular brands and models, and those that do well in our Ratings, are being pushed by multiple retailers. And the best Black […]

You may still be liable for a bad debt even after it drops from your credit report. Read Article

Plus, we take a look at Verisign, Cree, and how to beating the market to the punch. Read Article

Wall Street Journal personal-finance columnist Jason Zweig’s new book, “The Devil’s Financial Dictionary,” is a satirical glossary of investing terms. Read Article

Facebook just increased the amount of paid time off new dads working at its international offices can take. Read Article

Kiplinger’s latest forecast on the direction of energy prices. Read Article

How to Prevent a Kitchen Fire This Thanksgiving Your kitchen may be the center of your holiday activities, but be careful—it’s also where most house fires start. And the peak day for a kitchen fire is Thanksgiving, when we’re often distracted by friends and family as we’re trying to get the big feast on the […]

There are several ways to shop online without paying for delivery. For procrastinators there’s Free Shipping Day. Read Article

Here are a few smart reasons to consider using credit cards over cash when shopping. NBC News reports. Read Article

Domestic fliers are being told to arrive at airports at least two hours before departure during a Thanksgiving travel period that’s expected to attract more than 25 million passengers, who will face the twin challenges of packed concourses and increased security. Read Article

As more companies get in on the robo adviser action, experts say, investors may need to be much more careful about what they buy into. Read Article

American consumers saved more in October compared to a year ago — a sign of a behavioral shift in consumer spending. Read Article

Fitbit and Twitter are having a few issues at the moment, and as with all things, your response as a shareholder must be tailored to each company and it’s problems in particular. Read Article

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