[ The Money Side of Life™ ]

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Doomed To Repeat: A look at two market meltdowns

By Jens Odegaard on February 1st, 2009 • Economy, Investing, Investing

We're in the midst of an economic crisis.

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Required: Discussing benefits and drawbacks of core classes

Core classes are a staple of course diets for most first-year students. Jennie and Jeremy argue about whether they’re really necessary.

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In The Clutches Of Credit: Is credit the monster everyone fears?

Despite high debt, the question remains whether or not credit is a bad thing.

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Self-Made Or Spoon Fed? How the wealthy get rich

To what extent is it true that hard work is all it takes to make it rich?

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Pirates Ahoy: The two sides of online piracy

By Jennie Bartlemay, Chris Thomas on August 1st, 2012 • Piracy, Life

The music industry is up in arms about the unauthorized copying of their property, but is piracy as bad as it sounds?

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Hit The Books Or Hobnob: How to spend your time in college

Despite what your parents might tell you, studying isn't the only part of college that's important to your future success. 

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Help Wanted: Pay the pros or DIY

The choice between going with a professional or doing a job yourself isn't always cut and dry.

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College Crossing: Navigating your higher ed route

The path to a college degree isn't a one-way street. There are vital differences between starting at a two- or four-year school.

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On Debt's Door: Can bankruptcy really save your bacon?

Filing for bankruptcy can be a useful tool to get out of debt, but it can also carry some serious consequences.

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Kicked To The Unemployment Curb: What to do without a job

There's a right way and a wrong way to handle joblessness, and the difference between the two could either get you doing something fulfilling or keep you sprawled on the couch in sweatpants.

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