Location is still everything -- here are some locations you should think twice about if you're a homebuyer (and especially if you're a first time homebuyer).
Our homes are extensions of ourselves and that association is never stronger than when we buy our first place.
These are places where students and former students carry the highest levels of debt, and their opportunities to mitigate their debt are limited.
There are better states than others to be an indebted graduate -- and the "best" among them are states in which indebtedness is low and opportunities are plentiful.
Educated metro areas mean an educated workforce-and that's the kind of intel employers want before choosing where to expand their operations.
Happy workers "go the extra mile" -- or, if they simply go the requisite mile, they do so with a generally positive outlook.
The whole world seems to be clicking on these sites, so why aren’t you?
The graveyard of defunct brands is impossibly large, but these brands are all alive and kicking and have ties to each of the states they call home.
This snapshot pulls in a lot of the nonprofits you'd recognize, some you might have forgotten about, and a few that you never knew were nonprofits in the first place.
Red states have a lower total tax burden than blue states - with nearly a 13 point differential based on Wallethub.com's rankings.
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