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Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: Four things to consider before buying your own business

Tue, 02 Sep 2008 23:09:00 GMT

Buying a business is a decision full of complexity and room for error. It is by no means easy. That’s why it should not be taken lightly. Having said that, there are some basic guidelines to keep in mind when you embark on this process.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: Three alternatives to Cobra insurance coverage

Mon, 25 Aug 2008 22:57:00 GMT

If you’ve recently lost your job, or are soon to be unemployed, you’re going to want to know what your health insurance options are. One option you may qualify for is Cobra, the federal law that allows you to temporarily continue your employer-sponsored health plan, usually in the event of some form of layoff.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: How to save money for grad school

Thu, 21 Aug 2008 23:21:00 GMT

Graduate school can be an expensive decision. Not only will you need to pay for tuition, but you’ll also give up any income you might have otherwise brought in during that period.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: Three financial mistakes new parents make

Wed, 20 Aug 2008 23:33:00 GMT

If you’re planning on a new baby in your house, your finances should be in order. In addition to all the responsibilities, babies come with a long laundry list of expenses. If not handled properly, these can become overwhelming or at least detrimental to your financial health.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: How to test for radon in your home

Tue, 19 Aug 2008 23:39:00 GMT

Radon is a serious problem. After smoking, it’s the No. 1 cause of lung cancer. The good news is you can detect radon in your home and remove it with relative ease.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: Four ways to spruce up your home for a quicker sale

Mon, 18 Aug 2008 23:32:00 GMT

If you’re planning on putting your home on the market, consider fixing it first. Simple cosmetic changes don’t cost very much and they can make a real difference to a buyer.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: How to choose the right job

Mon, 18 Aug 2008 18:58:00 GMT

The job market has seen better days. And if you’re in the middle of a job search, chances are it is taking you longer than you’d like. While this can be frustrating, it’s no reason to jump at the first offer that comes along. If the job isn’t right for you, it might do you more harm than good.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: Three cheap ways to keep your home safe from burglars

Thu, 14 Aug 2008 23:47:00 GMT

Preventing crime doesn’t have to cost you. If you are worried about break-ins in your neighborhood, there are plenty of cheap alternatives to safeguard your home.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: Three benefits of business credit cards

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 23:05:00 GMT

Owning a credit card for your business comes with certain advantages. In fact, as your business grows using one can become necessary for saving you both time and money.(image)



Marshall Loeb's Daily Money Tip: How to tell if there is lead in your home

Tue, 12 Aug 2008 23:47:00 GMT

Lead paint poses a real threat to your family’s health, especially your children. Older homes, in particular, are at greater risk for lead exposure. So, if you live in a house more than 30 years old and haven’t yet tested for lead, it is not too hard or costly to do -- and it may be well worth it.(image)