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Corporations Kicked From The Dow Jones
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is arguably the most followed index across the globe. It is used by individual investors, market analysts, traders and other professional money managers as a performance measure for the entire stock market. Launched in 1896, the Dow was designed to mimic the health of the overall U.S. economy with one number.

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5 Most Overpriced Car Repairs
Consumers love their cars, but repairing a vehicle is something consumers would like to avoid. Vehicle repairs put the driver at the mercy of the repair shop. Our primary role in the repair process is to hope mechanics are honest and that we get a fair price. For auto repair facilities, not all repairs produce the same profit margins.

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6 Ways To Make Your Home More Enticing To Buyers
There's little doubt that the housing market is finally showing signs of a measurable recovery. The recent Case Schiller Index, a report that tracks the selling prices of homes nationally, showed a 1.2% increase in home prices from July 2011. The authors of the report cited stabilizing home markets and slight increases in household wealth as reasons for the encouraging data.

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Cars That Depreciate The Least
Next to a home, a car is one of the largest investments you will make. It is well known that the minute a new car leaves the sales lot it depreciates in value. What you may not realize is that depreciation is the single largest cost in owning a car.

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How To Cash In Your Heirlooms
More people than ever are selling valuables that they no longer want in order to make money for more practical purposes. With a shaky economy, it often does not make sense to hang onto heirlooms that may or may not increase in value in the future.

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Expensive Ways To Celebrate Halloween
This year, an estimated $8 billion will be spent during the Halloween season. Christmas is much larger at closer to $500 billion, but the figure still qualifies Halloween as the second-largest holiday season. Below are five of the most expensive Halloween items.

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Child Care Across The Country
Ask working-class parents with young children how their budgets is faring, and you'll likely hear a series of financial complaints. Raising children in today's modern age is becoming increasingly expensive, partially due to the rising costs of child care. In the United States, for example, some areas fare better than others in terms of cost and selection of child care.

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Don't Sacrifice Saving Just For The Economy
It's obvious that consumers aren't completely confident with the economy right now. It's easy to see why, too. Many are still feeling the bruises from the recent financial crisis, and it doesn't help that the media keeps emphasizing the horrible unemployment rates and the trouble in Europe either. On top of that, there are the upcoming presidential elections to add to the mess.

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Know Your Rights At Work
The weeks leading up to a presidential election can be filled with emotion from both sides of the political fence. Presidential candidates look to shore up their respective support bases and suggest changes that might at first seem extreme, such as pushing through healthcare reforms, increasing taxes for individuals or businesses, or increasing regulations on certain industries.

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Emergency Funds That Are Right For Your Tax Bracket
Financial experts typically recommend that you should have the equivalent of three to six months' worth of income tucked away in an emergency fund. While that is an easy-to-calculate measure, it does not take into account other factors that influence how much money you will need.

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How Much You Should Pay Your Kids For Allowance
Many children would rank their weekly allowance as one of the events they most look forward to every week, but how much should that allowance be? This can be a deceptively simple question in many cases. Some parents simply pay their kids what they can afford to part with, while others tie an allowance to chores or other tasks and objectives.

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