'Flushable' pre-moistened towelettes are causing millions of dollars' worth of problems in city sewer systems. Homeowners are winding up with plumbing bills, too.
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Some of these can be DIY, but even if you have to hire a professional, you should recoup a large percentage of your investment when you sell.
One writer outlines his personal finance values and explains that while he doesn't apsire to be poor, he won't chase the almighty dollar either.
AAA survey shows more than 34 million people will hit the road -- a 4.2% increase.
A recent study looks at the growing trend of young people living at home after college and wonders: is 27 the new 18?
Welcome to the one insurance policy you can't shop for, don't benefit from, but will have to pay if you don't have a big enough down payment.
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Breaking up big banks is an untested solution to the too big to fail problem that attempts to isolate and dismantle large, troubled institutions while protecting the rest of the economy.
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