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What Is Amazon Mechanical Turk?

What Is Amazon Mechanical Turk?

Amazon Mechanical Turk is a micro-tasking platform that pairs company's needing small tasks completed with freelancers looking for extra cash. Here's how it works.

What Is a Defined Benefit Plan and How Does it Work?

What Is a Defined Benefit Plan and How Does it Work?

A defined benefit plan promises an employee a guaranteed retirement cash payout, but there are issues tied to such plans that require close scrutiny.

How Does COBRA Insurance Work and How Can You Get Covered?

How Does COBRA Insurance Work and How Can You Get Covered?

COBRA can literally be a lifesaver if you're out of a job, but you still need health care coverage.

Retirement Isn't All Fun and Games

Retirement Isn't All Fun and Games

And it shouldn't be, says Mitch Anthony. It should be a healthy, happy balance between vacation and vocation.

America's Most Prosperous Cities

America's Most Prosperous Cities

Many U.S. cities have made big strides in growth and prosperity over a decade, boosting wages and productivity. But not everyone has reaped the benefits.

6 Tips for Writing a Great Retirement Letter

6 Tips for Writing a Great Retirement Letter

A retirement letter is your chance to let your employer know you're leaving, and on your terms.

It's Time to Close the Pay Gap, Says Sallie Krawcheck

It's Time to Close the Pay Gap, Says Sallie Krawcheck

Sallie Krawcheck says that it's time to close the pay gap. Here's why companies should consider it an investment and not an expense.

Intel Reportedly Axes Hundreds of IT Jobs

Intel Reportedly Axes Hundreds of IT Jobs

Intel reportedly eliminates 'a substantial number' of IT-focused positions, according to media reports.

How Much Life Insurance Do I Need in 2019?

How Much Life Insurance Do I Need in 2019?

Life insurance is a consumer finance staple - but how much of it do you really need?

Wall Street Bonuses Fall an Estimated 17% but Few Bankers Are Hurting

Wall Street Bonuses Fall an Estimated 17% but Few Bankers Are Hurting

According to the New York State Comptroller's office, the average bonus paid to securities-industry employees in New York City declined by 17% to $153,700. But Wall Street bankers and traders still make roughly five times more, on average, than workers in other industries.