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8 Ways Your Business Can Give Back

by Julie January 8, 2015

The following is a guest post. The holidays may be over, but that doesn’t mean the giving has to stop. In fact, it’s a good idea to make philanthropy a habit throughout the year, especially when your employees aren’t doing it regularly already. By making it a routine part of their work life, you’ll encourage their […]

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How to Dig Yourself Out of That Deep Financial Hole

by Julie December 4, 2014

The following is a guest post. Are you currently in a financial bind? Don’t know where to turn for your next dollar? This can definitely be a scary place to be in, but don’t fret just quite yet. There are likely many options for you to find your money at this point. Let’s dig into […]

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Build Your Family’s Future With Responsible Credit Card Debt

by Julie December 2, 2014

The following is a post by Sam Peters. In our contemporary financial environment, family financing is a major concern. Remaining fiscally secure is of utmost importance. Ensuring financial security can be difficult and credit debt can be a very big obstacle. But credit cards are not always terrible things to be avoided at all costs. Actually, credit cards can be […]

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Tips for the Non-Handyman

by Julie October 30, 2014

The following is a guest post. There are plenty of handy guys out there. They walk around town with confidence because they know that they would be described as a manly man and can fix anything that comes their way. Unfortunately, you are not the traditional manly man, but that’s ok! There are plenty of […]

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Is the Stock Market on the Edge of Collapse?

by Julie August 24, 2014

The following is a guest post. The Web has been buzzing about an imminent stock market collapse, and conspiracy theorists aren’t the only ones spouting the rhetoric. Leading thinkers like Robert Reich, Stanford University professor and former Secretary of Labor, and Robert Buckland, Citigroup’s chief global stock strategist, have both speculated that volatile times are […]

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Three Things To Consider When Relocating Your Business

by Julie August 24, 2014

The following is a post by Sam Peters. When is the last time you packed up your family and moved? The thing about moving is that it is an equal hassle moving across town or across country. You still have to go through all the same things. You do the same amount of packing, the […]

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What to Bring to Job Interview

by Julie August 13, 2014

The following is a guest post. Are you unemployed and looking for a job? Or you don’t like the current working place and you consider a change? If you start searching for a new job, you should be prepared for the interview, and there are some things you should always bring to the interview. Couple […]

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How Big Should Your Emergency Fund Be?

by Julie July 17, 2014

The following is a guest post. Today’s low interest rates make opening a savings account about as appealing as stashing your cash under a mattress. However, you need to have money set aside for major emergencies, such as job loss, health emergencies or other unforeseen crises. So how big should your emergency fund be? Popular […]

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Imagine Yourself Rich: Who Would You Be Then?

by Julie July 17, 2014

The following is a post by Sam Peters. Dang! The old lawn mower is really on its last legs. Whatever it is, it is likely terminal. It’s missing a muffler, anyway. Now, like an old dog that has begun to snap at the postman and look at the cats with real hunger in its eyes, […]

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New Home Purchase Applications Surged in 2014

by Julie June 28, 2014

The following is a guest post. November 2013 was not a good month for the housing market. The month saw a 16 percent drop in home sales from October in addition to continued falling prices (for the fifth consecutive month). And with falling sales and prices come fewer sellers, as homeowners decide to wait to […]

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