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Andy Kurtzig, left, talks with journalists on NBC business show.

Andy Kurtzig, left, talks with journalists on NBC business show.

Kurtzig talks about JustAnswer's success on NBC show

JustAnswer Founder and CEO Andy Kurtzig was recently a guest on the "Press: Here" business show on NBC in the Bay Area, hosted by correspondent Scott McGrew.

The segment, titled "Pearl of Great Price," focused on JustAnswer's story of revenue growth and how it helps Experts -- especially...

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JustAnswer helps same-sex couples with marriage laws

While the Supreme Court's historic rulings on same-sex marriage are good news for many couples, the remaining complexities highlight how much same-sex couples may still need legal help to guarantee certain marital and family rights.

"There will be just a ton of issues, quite frankly -- at...

Author (Sally) leaning on big chair where her mother is seated, facing forward.

Sally Grottini and her mother.

How JustAnswer made Mother's Day a little brighter

This Mother's Day I'm very thankful that I can spend quality time with my 92-year-old mother, and JustAnswer has been a big help.

I have been a dog-training specialist with JustAnswer for many years, and though it started out as more of a desire to educate dog owners and to prevent more...

White pug eating a hot dog.

Yummy hot dog?

5 myths you should know about dog and cat foods

Do you know what's most important when reading nutrition labels on the food for your dog or cat?

Learn what to avoid in our recorded webinar "5 Myths You Should Know About Dog and Cat Foods." This ...

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Does crowdsourcing play a role in your decisions?

By Tom Musbach on April 04, 2013

The easy access and connectedness of the Internet has made crowdsourcing a big trend for both businesses and consumers.

The concept promotes the wisdom of the crowd -- especially an online crowd -- for obtaining services and ideas or soliciting contributions. Recent success of the let's-...

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Kelly Smith at his command center.

Appliance technician sets new course in pajamas

By Tom Musbach on March 29, 2013

In 2005 Kelly Smith set out to "fulfill the American dream" by becoming self-employed. The Montana-based home appliance technician opened a repair business, but soon the dream became a nightmare.

He didn't anticipate the administrative aspects of owning a business or an...

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(Photo: Flickr/401(K) 2012)

Learn how to improve your finances - free

Did you make a New Year's resolution to cut spending and shape up your savings? If so, you might want to watch and listen to our one-hour webinar, "Fighting Financial Flab: How to Put Your Money to Work...

Young man typing on a laptop in his lap.

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Survey: 1 in 3 adults go online before seeing doctor

If you wake up with an unfamiliar pain and wonder if it could be a symptom of a health condition, where do you turn for answers?

The Internet has become a major go-to aid for diagnosing such health problems, according to a...

Vintage illustration of a man with crystal ball labelled "2013"

Improve your chances for a successful year!

New JustAnswer tool helps you achieve your 2013 goals

The New Year is upon us, and if you're like most people you've been kicking around a few resolutions and personal goals you want to make happen in 2013.

Good news: JustAnswer wants to help you achieve those resolutions and goals!

The new online tool -- ...

Infographic showing 54% of people lie to their doctors.

Survey: Most Americans fib to their doctors

If you've ever been too embarrassed to discuss a personal health issue with your doctor, you're not alone.

A new survey from JustAnswer reveals that over half (54 percent) of survey respondents have lied to a doctor about a health issue, and 63 percent admit they are more likely to ask...