Cost of Living

  • Looking Back: What a Dollar Used to Buy

    How has the purchasing power of a dollar fluctuated over the past 100 or so years? Hop into your virtual time machine and travel with us through a visual image gallery of what you could have bought for a dollar in days gone by.
    By Donna Cosmato October 6, 2011 

  • How Much Has the Cost of Living Changed Since the 1960s? A Little Trivia

    In one word: Drastically! As fun as it is to compare prices of common items and laugh at how little things cost back then, there are items that cost less in today's economy, work better and are more accessible to the general public than in...
    By Olivia Emisar August 25, 2011 

  • The Best Totally Free Personal Financial Planning Software

    If you are planning for retirement or a life event such as getting married or going to college, you will have to budget and save for it. Here, we'll tell you how to locate the best totally free personal financial planning software on the Internet!
    By Allyson Heath August 23, 2011 


  • 10 States With the Lowest (and Highest) Cost of Living

    What are the ten states with the lowest cost of living and the ten most costly? It depends on which source you look to and whether you are talking about the full year of 2010 or the first quarter of 2011. For 2010, the cheapest states to live in included...
    By Mike White August 21, 2011 

  • How to Tell If A Real Or Fake Diamond Is In Your Jewelry?

    A diamond can be quite a costly stone should you decide to purchase one. Knowing whether or not it is an authentic, timeless piece can be a bit tricky though. Join us here as we examine a few tell tale signs that can assist you in differentiating between...
    By Zaid Aysen August 18, 2011 

  • 10 Strategies for Building a Retirement Income

    Do you dream of spending days traveling around the world, reading or doing your favorite hobby as you live out your retirement years? Sure, everyone does. In order to live out your retirement the way you want, you have to start planning for it financially...
    By Kristie Lorette August 1, 2011 


  • I Changed My Name - What About My Kid?

    Changing the last name of a child can occur because of divorce, adoption or estrangement. The process typically includes obtaining a court’s approval. If you are looking to answer the question how do I change my child’s last name, you will...
    By Angela Johnson July 22, 2011 

  • How to Determine the Cost of Gas When Traveling

    Keep your trip or vacation within a certain budget by finding out out the cost of gas when traveling. You can determine the cost of fuel by using a simple math equation.
    By Adam Chavis July 21, 2011 

  • What is the Average Retirement Income in the USA that’s Enough to Live On?

    The average retirement income in the USA is typically a percentage of the income that you make during your working years. Fortunately, there are calculators and tools you can use to estimate if you are heading in the right direction with your investment...
    By Kristie Lorette July 8, 2011 

  • The Cost of Child Custody

    How much does child custody cost? The cost of child custody depends on the child custody arrangements made by a third party evaluator. This article is an attempt of familiarizing the readers (parents) with the types of child custody arrangements...
    By Ksingh July 4, 2011 
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