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What Is the Acid-Test Ratio?
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What Is the Acid-Test Ratio?

The acid-test ratio (ATR) is one popular way to calculate a company’s liquidity, or the amount of cash or near-cash assets a company has to deal with immediate expenditures. In comparing a company’s short-term assets against short-term liabilities, the acid-test ratio shows whether or not a company is well-financed. This ratio is subjective based on […]

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Divorce Styles of the Rich and Famous: How to Make Them Work for You
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Your divorce isn’t as high-profile (or high-income) as that of Bill and Melinda Gates or Gwyneth Paow and Chris Martin, but you could learn a lot from how they and other big names handled their breakups.
16 Good Money Habits That Will Help You Become Wealthy
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Building wealth doesn't happen overnight. It requires discipline, dedication, and the adoption of these 16 habits to help you reach your goals.
5 Best Mutual Funds to Fight Inflation
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These five mutual funds cover a wide variety of asset classes, but they share a similar trait: They're effective hedges against inflation.
Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) vs. Term Life Insurance
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Do you have questions about the difference between life insurance and accidental death & dismemberment (AD&D) insurance? This guide provides the answers.
Ways to Pay for Unexpected Vet Bills
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When you adopted your newest furry friend, you may have underestimated just how much you could love your pet. But they became a member of the family in an instant, and now you can’t imagine your home without their friendly presence. But pets hit with a health scare can quickly turn into expensive furballs—even if […]

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The Cheapest Places to Live in Massachusetts
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Spoiler alert: Boston isn't on this list.

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What Are Capital Expenditures?
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What Are Capital Expenditures?

Capital expenditures or CapEx refers to the money a company spends or invests to promote its future growth. This is different from operating expenditures, which deal with the day-to-day costs of running a business. Both show up on a business accounting statement, and both matter for maintaining a healthy bottom line. From an investment perspective, […]

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How to Get Your $300/Month Child Credits if You Don’t File Taxes
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If you have dependent children under 18 and you’re not required to file a tax return, you probably qualify for the temporary child tax credits that will start going out in July. Now there’s a way for non-filers to register to receive the payments of up to $300 for children younger than 6 and up […]

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Explaining Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans
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Most of us simply don’t have the cash on hand to pay for college or graduate school out of our pockets. The College Board estimates it costs $37,650 on average annually to attend a private non-profit four year university and $10,560 for in-state students at a public four-year school. That means you might need to […]

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