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If smartphones were called computerized wallets, maybe people would be more careful with these devices that give thieves access to your bank accounts, credit cards and whereabouts with just one swoop. How do you protect yourself from identity theft?
Thinking about business and money may not always be fun and relaxing, but these puzzles are sure to provide a nice distraction from the stress of your economic woes. How quickly can you piece together these money puzzles?
Ever wish you could inherit a chunk of change from a long-lost relative? The next best thing might be money you’ve forgotten about but are still entitled to claim. We'll tell you where to look.
Some people hand in a resignation letter, others just clear out their desks. But a few people make a more colorful exit, maybe incorporating a band, a video or even a decorated cake. Here's our list of the best resignations.
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