Christina Couch

Christina Couch

Christina Couch is a business and human interest writer. Her work has been published in Wired Magazine, Playboy.com, Discover Magazine, The A.V. Club, Black Book Magazine Online, Hemispheres Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Bankrate.com. You can check out her portfolio at www.CouchWins.com.

Recent Stories By Christina Couch:

  • When Hoop Dreams Turn to Bankruptcy NightmaresMarch 14, 2014

    Don Davey earned nothing in 1990 as a defensive tackle for the University of Wisconsin – college athletes aren’t paid salaries, of course. The next year, Davey landed a $150,000 salary, an equally...

  • Real Estate in 2014: A Need-to-Know GuideJanuary 3, 2014

    After year of struggles, the housing market roared back to life in 2013. The rebound will continue in 2014, but the pace will slow. Experts say 2014 will be a year of continued growth and...

  • The New Retirement Trap: How to Avoid Gray DivorceNovember 7, 2013

    Last July, when Jeff Schuster, 56, left his job of 35 years with the Department of Public Works in Woodcliff Lake, N.J., he and his wife were financially prepared for his transition into retirement....

  • How to Find the Best Plan on the Obamacare ExchangesOctober 1, 2013

    The Obamacare health insurance exchanges have arrived, allowing consumers to enroll for coverage that begins Jan. 1. Available in each state and the District of Columbia, the online insurance...

  • How Young Millionaires Are Different Than Their ParentsSeptember 29, 2013

    When Facebook launched the third-largest initial public offering in history last year, to the tune of $104.2 billion, the deal created a handful of newly minted billionaires and turned hundreds of...

  • Crisis in Childcare Rings New Alarm BellsAugust 14, 2013

    Parents of school-aged children are breathing a sigh of relief this month, as they send their kids back to school and say good bye to pricy summer camp bills. Parents of younger children are not so...

  • Why We’re Still Worked Up About Working from Home July 9, 2013

    Yahoo banned it. Best Buy and Bank of America modified it. But working from home is not going away any time soon. For many employees, working from home is a crucial part of their work-life balance...

  • Another Desperate Attempt to Fix America’s SchoolsApril 18, 2013

    Abraham Lincoln Elementary School and George Manierre Elementary School are less than two miles apart in Chicago's north side, but for the students they're worlds away. Despite their close proximity...

  • 10 High-Tech College Classes: Learn to Fly a Drone!March 27, 2013

    Business, social science and history have traditionally been the most popular undergraduate majors, but a degree in Unmanned Aircraft Systems could join the ranks. Offered by a steadily growing...

  • 5 Ways Desperate Colleges Are Cutting CostsJanuary 30, 2013

    In Pittsburgh, the community is the college ... at least according to The Saxifrage School, a higher education experiment in providing inexpensive college degrees. The start-up school reduces...

  • High-Yield CDs Give Safe Returns at a CostDecember 9, 2010

    As the economy slowly crawls back from recession, high-yield CDs remain an option for savers concerned about safety. Providing a guaranteed rate of return, certificates of deposit can be an...

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