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Enjoying the year-end holidays like Kwanza, Hanukkah and Christmas, which involve gift giving and celebrations, need not bust the family budget. There are a number of websites and tools avail
Are you mentally and financially prepared for retirement?
Is there ever a time when that creative writing class is as useful as when it comes time to write or revise your resume? Or, maybe writing skills that are a little less creative and more crit
Doing well on a job interview is often one of the last steps on the arduous road to landing that coveted new position. Job search fatigue may have set in long before you get to the interview
Having a good business idea and lots of determination are generally great prerequisites to starting a successful business. Another important step is obtaining authoritative market information
Early last month, Congress passed a compromise proposal on student loan rates that will allow borrowers of new federal student loans to pay lower rates than last year.
Now is the time to prepare for the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which takes effect on January 1, 2014. The employer open enrollment period is just around the corner,
Do women entrepreneurs spend too little time focusing on profits? Do they sometimes shy away from the idea of building wealth and getting rich from their businesses?
Can a husband's choices for claiming social security benefits impact the amount a wife can claim later? Apparently it can, according to an interesting article published yesterday on the Forbe
As you probably heard in the news, Congress did not act before its recess late last month, and so the rate on new subsidized Stafford loans doubled to 6.8% from 3.4% on July 1.