Amelia Josephson is a writer passionate about covering financial literacy topics. Her areas of expertise include retirement and home buying. Amelia's work has appeared across the web, including on AOL, CBS News and The Simple Dollar. She holds degrees from Columbia and Oxford. Originally from Alaska, Amelia now calls Brooklyn home.
Arizona is one of the fastest growing states in the U.S. From July 2020 to July 2021, its population rose to 7.28 million from 7.18 million, a 1.4% growth rate, which lagged only Texas and Florida. Are you considering moving to the Grand Canyon State? Maybe you’re drawn by the beautiful mountains or the low cost of living. If so, here are 15 things you should know about the state before you go. Consider working with a financial advisor to be sure you thoroughly evaluate all your options and resources for a move. Read more
In most cases, when you own a piece of property you have both “surface rights” and “mineral rights.” That means you have a right to build (or not) on the land, and rights to what lies beneath the surface of the land, too. If there’s oil, coal or natural gas below the surface of the land on your property, you may be approached about selling your mineral rights. Read more
Do you recycle in your home or office? How about when you’re out on the street or in a park? The recycling rate in the U.S. is around 34% and has been for years. The country has struggled to reach recycling rates seen in other developed countries. For a detailed look at the issue, let’s examine some of the pros and cons of recycling. Read more
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