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  • Sergey Brin and Nicole Shanahan
    Billionaires

    Nicole Shanahan — An Exceptional Businesswoman and Soon-to-Be Sergey Brin's Ex-Wife

    Recently, Sergey Brin’s soon-to-be ex-wife was thrust into the limelight. Who is Nicole Shanahan? Let's discuss her many accomplishments.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Social Security card and money
    Personal Finance

    Social Security: Full Retirement Age Reaches a Maximum of 67 Years Old

    A damaged economy is bad news for social security recipients. Many people want to know how old they have to be to cash in before it’s too late.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • is hermeus publicly traded
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Is Hermeus a Publicly-Traded Company?

    If Hermeus's innovative efforts to change the face of global human transformation are successful, it might be a good time for investors to get on board.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Bill Gates
    Billionaires

    Why Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates Have a Complex Relationship

    Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates are among the wealthiest people in the world. Both of them owe their wealth and mutual friendship to Microsoft.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • googleflghts
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Will Google Flights Have Black Friday Deals in 2020?

    COVID-19 pandemic or not, Black Friday is still coming and there will be sales on Google Flights. Can anyone take advantage of these savings?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • balmerworth
    Billionaires

    What Is Steve Ballmer’s Net Worth and How Did He Accumulate It?

    Although Steve Ballmer's days with Microsoft are long gone, he's still one of the most wealthy and successful people in the world. What's his net worth?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Jim Cramer
    Billionaires

    What Is Jim Cramer's Net Worth?

    Jim Cramer is a man who many believe truly understands money, but what is someone with such financial expertise actually worth?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Insurance
    Personal Finance

    What Does Suze Orman Recommend for Life Insurance?

    Purchasing life insurance is a difficult process that often requires a bit of research. Thankfully, educated experts like Suze Orman can make the process a whole lot easier to understand.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Jim Cramer
    Billionaires

    What Is Jim Cramer's Political Party Affiliation?

    Is Jim Cramer a Democrat, a Republican or neither? The CNBC host isn't known for keeping his controversial or unpopular opinions to himself, even his political opinions.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • petethielhusband
    Billionaires

    Who Is Peter Thiel's Husband?

    Peter Thiel’s husband, Matt Danzeisen is a wealthy and successful businessman in his own right. He's just as interesting as Thiel.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Jim Cramer
    Billionaires

    How Jim Cramer Came to Hate Then Love Tesla

    When it comes to financial matters, Jim Cramer has never been one to hold back his opinion. Over time, Cramer changed is his original opinion about Tesla.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • alexkarpmarried
    Billionaires

    Billionaire Alex Karp's Personal Life Is Somewhat a Mystery

    As co-founder of Palantir, billionaire Alex Karp has managed to keep himself under the radar for nearly two decades. But as the media becomes ever more obsessed with the super rich, many find themselves wondering who is this mysterious magnate?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Cash App
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Cash App Scams and How to Avoid Them

    Cash App is one of the trendiest mobile payment services available, but is your money safe? Is the app just another pathway for hackers to prey on unwary users?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • what is robinhood gold
    Company & Industry Overviews

    What Is Robinhood Gold and How Does It Work?

    Robinhood’s new Gold product promises to give investors more power over their finances, but does it live up to all that it offers?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • best savings account rates
    Personal Finance

    What Are the Best Savings Account Rates in 2020?

    No matter how far you've come in your professional career, the best time to start saving is always right now. Which savings account will make the most of your money?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • caponegood
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Is Capital One a Good Bank?

    Capital One is one of the most trusted names in banking. Is Capital One a good bet for your banking needs?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • stock market game for kids
    Personal Finance Guides

    What Are Some Stock Market Games for Kids?

    The key to learning about how the stock market works may be to learn it sooner instead of later in life. What are some stock market games for kids?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • jeff bezos wife
    Billionaires

    Who Are Jeff Bezos's Parents?

    Jeff Bezos’s name is as recognizable as the company he helms. What do we know about Bezos and his parents?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • jeff and mackenzie bezos
    Billionaires

    What Is MacKenzie Bezos's Net Worth?

    MacKenzie Bezos is an interesting a financial figure like her ex-husband. Most people don't realize how much she contributed to Amazon's success.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Larry Ellison
    Billionaires

    Exploring the Difficult, Complicated Romantic Life of Larry Ellison

    Billionaire Larry Ellison has been known to love planes, yachts, even his own private island in Hawaii, but how does a man who has everything find true love and how many times has he found it before?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • hobbylobby
    Billionaires

    Who's Hobby Lobby’s CEO and What's He Worth?

    Most people know that craft store chain Hobby Lobby isn't a stranger to scandals. Are the controversies publicity stunts or the result of poor leadership?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • what are supplemental unemployment benefits
    Personal Finance

    Do Supplemental Unemployment Benefits Help Bridge the Gap?

    As employers struggle to rebuild their businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, can supplemental unemployment benefits help them save money?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Mortgages
    Financials

    What Is the Rent and Mortgage Cancellation Act?

    Thousands of people are worried about paying their mortgages amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The federal government may have a solution in the works.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • who gets federal unemployment benefits
    Personal Finance

    What Are Federal Unemployment Benefits and Who Is Eligible?

    As states struggle to keep up with the unemployment rate amid the COVID-19 pandemic, what is the federal government doing to help?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • cashadvance
    Personal Finance

    What are Cash Advances and are They Bad?

    Cash advances may seem like the quick and easy answer to a temporary financial crisis, but the amount you pay back may end up costing you more in the long run.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • stuloanforgive
    Personal Finance

    How to Get Student Loan Forgiveness

    Student loans are a problem for over 44 million Americans. However, there are ways to get student loans forgiven or even dismissed.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Credit
    Personal Finance

    How to Get and Use a Line of Credit

    During a financial emergency, people rarely see a new line of credit as a solution. It's important to understand the ease and long-term viability of opening a line of credit.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • paydayloan
    Personal Finance

    What Are Payday Loans and Are They Dangerous?

    What are payday loans? Why are there so many negative stigmas attached to something that is meant to help people in financial trouble?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • howopensavings
    Personal Finance

    How to Open a Savings Account

    No matter how old you are or what your weekly paycheck looks like, it’s never too late to start saving money. What account is best and how do you open a savings account?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Mortgages
    Personal Finance

    How to Defer Your Mortgage

    At times, many Americans find themselves struggling to pay their mortgage. Luckily, many lenders offer a reprieve from some of the financial pressure.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • whatforeclose
    Personal Finance

    What Is Foreclosure and How Can You Avoid It?

    Many Americans live in constant fear of foreclosure. What is foreclosure and how can you avoid it?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • whoownscapone
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Who Owns Capital One?

    Capital One has risen to become the second-largest bank in the country but how did that rise to prominence begin in the first place?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • when does walmart black friday start
    Consumer

    When Does Walmart's Black Friday Start in 2020?

    As anxious shoppers gear up for an unprecedented holiday season, Walmart has its own plans for Black Friday amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Credit
    Personal Finance

    Does Paying Student Loans Build Credit?

    More than 44 million Americans owe a significant amount in student loans. Can student loan debt be used to help build your credit score?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • why estate planning is important
    Personal Finance

    Why Estate Planning Is Important — Everything You Need to Know

    Thinking about your own mortality isn't easy, but making sure you have an estate plan is important for your assets and your loved ones.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Insurance
    Healthcare

    What Are the Best Affordable Health Insurance Companies?

    Finding affordable health insurance can be a difficult prospect, especially if you or your loved ones have an underlying health condition. However, there are affordable options out there.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Larry Ellison
    Billionaires

    How Does Larry Ellison Spend His Billions?

    With a net worth of over $80.1 billion, Larry Ellison is one of the wealthiest people in the world. What does he do with all of the money?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • dowjoneobama
    Financials

    What was the Dow Jones When Obama Left Office?

    Four years after Obama left office, U.S.voters still wonder if President Trump has made good on his economic promises and how the Dow Jones has been affected.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • high college tuition
    Personal Finance

    Which States Have the Highest College Tuition?

    What happens if attending your preferred college comes with a steep price tag? Which states have the highest college tuition?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • public vs private college tuition
    Personal Finance

    Public Versus Private College Tuition — What's the Difference?

    College tuition helps fund most of an institution's educational expenses. Why is college tuition higher at a private college than a public college?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • alivsamaz
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Is Alibaba Becoming Bigger Than Amazon?

    Amazon.com and Alibaba have both reaped the benefits of the COVID-19 pandemic. Which company could come out on top when the dust settles?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • When Should You Start Paying Back Your Student Loans?
    Personal Finance

    When Should You Start Paying Back Your Student Loans?

    Obtaining an academic degree is a rewarding accomplishment. Now that you’re out, however, you'll soon have to start paying back your student loans.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • are sergey brin and larry page friends
    Billionaires

    Are Google Founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page Friends?

    We all know that Sergey Brin and Larry Page helped found Google together, but their friendship is more than just entrepreneurial.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Joe Biden
    Investments & Deals

    Stocks to Buy If Joe Biden Wins the Election

    Joe Biden’s bid for the presidency has been marked by a number of political and environmental factors, which will directly impact the business and finance worlds in the coming months.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • jeff bezos political party
    Billionaires

    Do Jeff Bezos's Donations Link Him to a Certain Political Party?

    As the 2020 U.S. presidential election approaches, many people wonder where Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sits in terms of political affiliation.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Insurance
    Financials

    What's the Difference Between FDIC and SIPC Insurance?

    What does it mean when a bank is backed by FDIC insurance? How is FDIC different from SIPC in terms of protecting your money?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • essentialwork
    Healthcare

    Do Essential Workers Get Financial Aid for Child Care?

    Essential workers have risked their lives to provide services during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Do they get financial aid from the government for child care?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • are charity donations tax deductible
    Personal Finance

    Are Charity Donations Tax Deductible?

    If you plan to make a donation to a charity this year, donations are tax deductible. It's important to know how itemized deductions work.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • How to Buy Life Insurance
    Personal Finance

    How to Buy Life Insurance

    Buying life insurance is an important financial decision and should be researched carefully. Here are some tips.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • why pay taxes quarterly
    Personal Finance

    Here's Why Some People Pay Taxes Quarterly — And How to Do It Right

    We all know that we have to pay taxes, but some people pay them quarterly rather than once a year. Why are there quarterly taxes and how do the payments work?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • What Is Short-Term Gains Tax in 2020?
    Personal Finance

    Is Short-Term Gains Tax Different From Other Capital Gains Tax?

    No matter the investment, capital assets are always going to be taxed by the government. Is this amount different for short-term gains?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • bestbizcrd
    Personal Finance

    What are the Best Business Credit Cards of 2020?

    Whether you're a big or small businesses, you're going to need to a credit card for some expenses. But how do you know which card works best for you?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • can you buy mutual funds on robinhood
    Financials

    Can You Buy Mutual Funds on Robinhood?

    Robinhood offers a number of amazing investment options, but can you buy mutual funds with the app?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • business concept car insurance sell and buy car picture id
    Personal Finance

    How to Save for a Car: What Expenses Are Involved?

    Whether it's your first car or your latest car, taking on that amount fiscal responsibility requires time and planning. Here are some of the best ways to save for a car.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • how does td ameritrade make money
    Company & Industry Overviews

    How Does TD Ameritrade Make Money?

    TD Ameritrade is one of the most popular brokerage firms in the industry. How does a company that makes you money actually make money itself?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • best credit cards
    Personal Finance

    What Are the Best Credit Cards in 2020?

    Many credit cards are available on the market today whether you have good credit, no credit, or in between. What are the best credit cards in 2020?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • paypal send money
    Company & Industry Overviews

    How Does Sending Money Through PayPal Actually Work?

    Most people have heard of PayPal. The digital payment platform is changing the way we pay for everything. Can PayPal be used to send money?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • cashvackcards
    Consumer

    What Are the Best Cash Back Credit Cards in 2020?

    Some credit cards offer rewards points for simply using them. Did you know that a few credit cards offer cash back rewards as well?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • are investors stakeholders
    Personal Finance Guides

    What's the Difference Between an Investor and a Stakeholder?

    Whether you're buying into a business or looking for someone to invest in one, it's important to know the difference between investors and stakeholders.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • what are good credit scores
    Personal Finance

    What Are Good Credit Scores and Why Are They Important?

    Everyone knows that having a good credit score is the key to getting ahead financially. What makes a good credit score and why does it really matter?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • lendingclubreviews
    Company & Industry Overviews

    LendingClub Reviews — Is the Company Legit?

    LendingClub is a trusted facilitator for peer-to-peer lending. What do borrowers and lenders have to say after the deals have been made?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • maxcontrib
    Personal Finance

    What Is the 401(k) Max Contribution You Can Make for 2020?

    The 401(k) max contribution you can make for 2020 is different than previous years due to the CARES Act.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • creditcardsbadcredit
    Personal Finance

    What Are the Best Credit Cards for People With Bad Credit?

    It's hard to fix bad credit if you have a low credit score. Luckily, some credit card companies have card offers for people with bad credit.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • ccbalancetransfer
    Personal Finance

    What Are the Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards in 2020?

    Transferring your balance from one credit card to another can be a great financial plan but finding the right card for the job isn't always easy.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • paypal scams
    Personal Finance

    How to Identify and Avoid the Latest PayPal Scams

    The internet is buzzing with news about a number of PayPal scams. Here's how to identify the scams and avoid becoming a victim.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Venmo
    Consumer

    What Are the Differences Between PayPal and Venmo?

    PayPal and Venmo may look very similar on the surface but key differences make them each useful in certain situations.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • average student loan debt
    Personal Finance

    What Is the Average Student Loan Debt in 2020?

    The average student loan debt has risen significantly in 2020. Does this indicate a mounting crisis or is it just business as usual?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • Mortgages
    Personal Finance

    Why Improving Your Credit Score Can Help You Get a Better Mortgage Rate

    Many first-time homebuyers ask the same questions. How are mortgage rates determined and what can I do to get a better rate?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • stuloaninttaxded
    Personal Finance

    Is Student Loan Interest Tax Deductible?

    Is your student loan interest tax deductible and how does one calculate it if that is the case?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • how to save for retirement
    Personal Finance Guides

    What Are the Best Ways to Save for Retirement?

    There are many ways to save for retirement, but a few tried and true methods should be considered.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • does paypal report to irs
    Personal Finance Guides

    Does PayPal Report Income to the IRS?

    PayPal is an effective tool for personal and small businesses, but do they report income to the IRS?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • associate wearing ppe
    Billionaires

    Jeff Bezos is in Line to Become a Trillionaire Within the Decade

    Coming into Q4 of 2020, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is set to become a trillionaire in less than a decade. Here's when he's projected to reach that record.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • satya_bookcover print x
    Technology & Communications

    Who is Satya Nadella? Unveiling Microsoft's Successful CEO

    Since 2014, Microsoft has been in the hands of CEO Satya Nadella. Here is the former engineer's net worth and salary in 2020.
    By Andrew Krosofsky
  • istock
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Nintendo is a Public Company, But You Won't Find it on NYSE

    Nintendo is a popular name in video games but how do savvy investors get a piece of the action?
    By Andrew Krosofsky
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