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Finding Trustworthy, Professional Financial Help

4. May 2014

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You do not have to be a financial expert to make smart financial decisions. Understandably, some people do not learn financial lessons from their parents. As since general personal finance isn’t taught in most public schools, getting the financial education you need requires doing your own research. By researching, you might learn the best ways […]

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Changing Your Career for Supplemental Income: When to Make the Move

22. April 2014

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Why People Change Careers Most individuals will need to change a career several times during their lifetime in order to maintain an income. Needing to learn new skills to earn supplemental income is often the result of a job layoff, geographic move or aging. As people live longer life spans, returning to school to learn […]

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5 Reasons Women Can Be Great at Budgeting

21. April 2014

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Almost everyone is aware that there’s still a significant gender gap in pay, but in recent years, studies by Financial Finesse (http://www.financialfinesse.com/), a provider of workplace financial education in the U.S., have revealed another disparity between men and women. Women lag behind men in several areas related to financial knowledge, confidence, and smart money practices. […]

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5 Ways to Simplify Your Budgeting Routine

20. April 2014

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Every responsible consumer has some sort of budgeting process they use to pay their bills. The problem is that budgets can start to get complicated when more bills get added and the income situation changes. It is great that you want to keep track of your money, but it can be frustrating when you make […]

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Budgeting Your Business: Don’t Cut Here

16. April 2014

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When running a business, it is easy to cut expenses and believe you are helping your cause. While it is not difficult to cut costs, it is not easy to do so in an intelligent way. All too often, an entrepreneur will slash expenses and hurt the company. Here are five examples where you should […]

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Overcoming Financial Hardships: 7 Steps Towards a Positive Future

14. April 2014

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Although there are several challenges that people will have throughout the course of their lives, dealing with a financial hardship can be a uniquely difficult issue to grapple with. Despite the difficulties that result from financial hardships, however, there are several strategies you can implement to ensure that a lack of money does not adversely […]

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

19. March 2014

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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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Four Simple Tips that Make Your Dream Vacation More Affordable

5. March 2014

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We all dream of that one perfect, unforgettable vacation. It doesn’t seem like it’s easy to achieve, when life already makes so many demands on your finances, but there’s a lot you can do to put that dream vacation within your reach. Get creative with saving, and look for ways to reduce the amount you have […]

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How To Cut Expenses And Save Money After Suffering Medical Injury

2. March 2014

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When you go to the doctor, you expect that you are going to get better. However, medical mistakes and negligence could cause you to suffer more than you did before you sought help. According to Bottar Leone, Syracuse medical malpractice lawyers, “a busy hospital or medical practice, or poorly trained or distracted health care provider, […]

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Carpooling for Fat Pockets

18. February 2014

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If you want to become a true believer in ride-sharing programs, just drive to work every day in Dallas. The traffic congestion during the morning and evening commutes will challenge your nerves as well as place daily wear-and-tear on your vehicle. You’ll make sure you carry aspirin with you to relieve the headache created from […]

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Paying Your Mortgage Off Quickly: What You Need To Know

16. February 2014

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Making the decision to pay your mortgage off faster, or pay it in full early is a big deal. Surprisingly, it’s not always a sound financial move—it depends on the terms and conditions of your loan, and whether or not you have other debts. So what’s involved in paying the mortgage early, and when is it […]

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On Your Mark, Get Set, Shop! New Year’s Discount Deals!

7. January 2014

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After the holidays, many people suffer from SOS (Shopped Out Syndrome). But the smartest shoppers know that just after New Year’s is when the real deals kick in, and more importantly, where to get them. Some people even get a jump on next year’s holiday shopping, thus saving themselves hundreds of dollars in the process. […]

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Keep the Heat, Lower the Bill: Four Tips For Lowering Your Heating Bill

10. December 2013

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The current cold wave enveloping large parts of the United States may prompt you to turn up the heat in your own home to avoid the bone-chilling effects of the weather. The downside to that, though, is that this can leave you with a humongous heating bill. In order to find a balance against the […]

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Budget Branding For Small Businesses

10. December 2013

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If you run a small business, it’s easy to think that branding might only be in the budget for the big boys. However, branding is a hugely important part of your business strategy. Focusing on your company’s branding early on can allow you to make your mark on your business sector, setting you apart from […]

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