Archive | March, 2011

How to Keep Your Expenses Under Control in Graduate School

22. March 2011

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How to Keep Your Expenses Under Control in Graduate School

Not all of us are blessed with enormous trust funds for higher education. Maybe you had a trust fund for your undergraduate degree, and now the fund is looking pretty dry. Graduate degree programs, such as a JD or an MBA can be incredibly expensive. If you plan on taking loans out, be prepared to […]

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Four Ways Couples Can Minimize Their Socializing Expenses

13. March 2011

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Four Ways Couples Can Minimize Their Socializing Expenses

A lot of reasons why many of us don’t socialize as often as we could is because we have a hard time doing so in a cost-effective way. Going out for dinner is really expensive, and so is buying drinks. Likewise, doing fun activities, like going to a sports event or watching a play, can […]

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5 tips for managing everyday expenses in the workplace

7. March 2011

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5 tips for managing everyday expenses in the workplace

If you’re preparing to start up a new enterprise, an endless number of concerns probably seem to be competing for your constant attention. Many of these center around the company’s finances, especially the cost-to-profit ratio. Of course there are the critical financial issues, such as acquiring sufficient start up capital, deciding employee salaries and keeping […]

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Economically Speaking, is a Motorcycle the Preferred Choice?

1. March 2011

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Economically Speaking, is a Motorcycle the Preferred Choice?

You can save A LOT of money by riding a motorcycle instead of a car. For example, If you’re choosing between, say, a 2011 Kawasaki KLR 650 motorcycle (MSRP $5,999, over 60 mpg) and a 2011 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class automobile (MSRP $110,400, mpg – 11 city/17 highway), a computer algorithm is not required to determine which […]

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