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Kimberly Castro
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How to Buy or Sell a Haunted House

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The Best Questions to Ask During a Job Interview

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Wharton Has an Image Problem

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Dear Sons: Can We Talk About Death And Dying?

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6 Money-Saving Strategies That May Cost You in the Long Run

Going cheap without doing your homework first can often be the most expensive mistake you make.

Diet Changes That Might Cut Breast Cancer Risk

In light of Angelina Jolie’s mastectomy, consider these foods that could lower your breast cancer risk.

7 Tips to Stop Procrastination

Do you always wait until the last minute? Here are some ways to kick procrastination habits at work.

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7 Female CEOs You Need to Know

Lessons learned from women in the C-suite.

IRS High-Tech Tools Track Your Digital Footprints

The IRS has quietly upgraded its technology so tax collectors can track virtually everything people do online.

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Even in this tough economy, some workers earn boffo pay for relatively easy work.

Michelle Obama Speaks Out Against Childhood Obesity

In a keynote address Friday, the First Lady stressed family responsibility.

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This April strategy will significantly reduce your current tax bill.

Social Security Makes Even More Public Service Cuts

Agency cites budget pressures as it closes offices earlier and suspends mailing of paper statements.

10 Glimmers of Light Amidst Economic Gloom

The fiscal cliff and other potential pitfalls abound, but a lot of things are slowly getting better.