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Building a Business Can Be Downright Terrifying. Here's How to Cope. (Infographic)

A new survey has found that you're probably a lot more prepared than you think.

Geoff Weiss

3 Money-Saving Apps That Won't Cost You a Dime

Tired of living paycheck-to-paycheck? These free digital tools can help you save money and get a better handle on your finances.

4 Steps to Bolster Your Retirement Egg With Peer Lending

This growing trend in investing presents yield and diversification opportunities.

Sam Hodges

This Alternative Financing Avenue Allows You to Tap Into Retirement Funds

Rollovers as business startups can be a sound capitalization strategy, but it does expose you to a risk of loss of retirement funds.

David Nilssen

Don't Get Stuck in a Job You Hate

Find out how Mr. Mid-30s can stop himself from becoming Mr. Too Close to Retirement to Change.

3 Ways It Seems You're Working Hard When You're Really Just Burning Yourself Out

Entrepreneurs exalt passion, work ethic and pursuit of their dreams, often at the cost of contentment and rejuvenation.

Retiring at 27: Ambitious, Lazy or Crazy?

A young real estate CEO made a plan to build up his net worth and check out in six years. Here's how he did it.

Brenton Hayden

Why Americans Are Working Longer Than Ever

The average retirement age has risen to 62 from 57.

Jennifer Woods

Abercrombie's Polarizing CEO Abruptly Retires

Mike Jeffries' lengthy reign has not been without its fair share of controversies.

Geoff Weiss

How Entrepreneurs Can Put Away More Than $200,000 a Year for Retirement -- Tax-Free

Consider this advice now in order to save as much as possible for later in life.

Carol Roth

Can You Be Too Old For Facebook? This 113-Year-Old Was, But That Didn't Stop Her.

The clever centenarian did what countless whippersnappers under 13 do to get on the popular social network: She lied. But you can't really blame her.

A 'Sneaky' Way to Save More for Retirement

Choosing wisely about this particular expense can lead to healthier finances in retirement.

Kelli B. Grant