18. April 2014

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The Starters Guide to Entrepreneurship

There are some individuals who simply have that entrepreneurial spirit that causes them to yearn the independence of running their own business. There is a great deal to be said about the freedom of running your own business, but there are challenges that must be addressed as well. The perils of entrepreneurship are well documented, […]

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23. March 2014

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My Future After Divorce: Do I Get Any Of The Retirement Fund?

Figuring out how to divide retirement assets during a divorce can be just as intense as determining child custody and child support. Young couples going through a divorce should be just as concerned about their retirement benefits as an older couple closer to retirement. Social Security, pensions, Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) and 401-Ks are all […]

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19. March 2014

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Money Management Tips for Students: Surviving in a Harsh Economic World

Student tuition fees have served as a huge source of controversy in recent times, primarily because their exaggerated rise since 2011 is deemed to be disproportionate to the quality of education available. Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has moved to dispel the so-called myths surrounding student tuition fees, however, by suggesting that university remains an […]

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17. March 2014

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Computerized Construction: Smart Buildings Equals Smart Money

The ever-expanding reach of technology has enabled the construction industry to undergo several important changes that make it possible for new buildings to contain a variety of computerized aspects. For example, computerized building automation systems have become an increasingly popular way for major corporations and even homeowners to regulate energy usage.  Being able to maintain […]

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15. March 2014

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Your Next Auto Purchase: Cutting Cost Without Sacrificing Safety

There are those out there who only consider one particular factor when purchasing a vehicle. For some individuals, this is how cool the car looks. For others, cost may be the deciding factor on whether they purchase a specific automobile. For many others, however, several things are considered when purchasing a vehicle. Two of the […]

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13. March 2014

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Surviving Divorce: How to Come out on Top Financially

Surviving Divorce: How to Come out on Top Financially

No one ever ties the knot with their significant other assuming that their nuptials will eventually end in divorce. Sadly, statistics showing that half of all marriages end in this manner prove that not everyone is lucky enough to be correct in this assumption. “The separation of two people can be a difficult process both […]

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11. March 2014

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Essential Staff Investments for a New Business Owner

As talented, capable, and focused on your entrepreneurial goals as you may be, you more than likely will be unable to keep your business afloat all by yourself. The multitudes of tasks that you must attend to, including making up payroll, keeping track of inventory, and ensuring the safety and wellness of your workers, may […]

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9. March 2014

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6 Smart Ways to Reduce Business Costs

Running a business of any size is expensive, and it is vital to look for ways to reduce your operating expenses so that your company can become profitable enough to survive. Unfortunately, many business owners fail to utilize simple techniques that would make it much easier for them to hit their financial goals. With this […]

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6. March 2014

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Stocks Too Risky? Consider Jewels for Financial Investment

Jewelry has typically been a favorite adornment when draped around the neck, ears or wrist. However, with the price of gold and silver on the rise, you’ll find that bauble investing can be quite profitable in today’s market place. The following are tips on how to get the most out of your jewelry investment.   […]

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