How to Relieve Stress at Work

Stress Busting Tips at Work

Stress follows us everywhere. When you work day-in and day-out, you’re bound to feel stressed out at some point. It’s important to have ways of relieving stress and coping that are beneficial to your productivity and mental health. Here are a few keys to melting the stress away: Breathe. When […]

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Teamwork: Making Money Decisions Together

How to Make Financial Decisions as a Couple

Whether you are a new couple, in a long-term commitment, or recently married, discussing and making financial decisions together will play a big part in your union. Some couples may find talking about money to be difficult, while others will jump right into sharing their bank accounts. In order to […]

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Common Job Interview Mishaps

5 Things to Not Say in a Job Interview

While the unemployment rate in the United States has dropped to 6.1 percent,1 finding still isn’t easy. If you manage to land an interview, there are plenty of ways to impress your interviewer and just as many ways to blow it. To avoid missing out on an awesome job opportunity, […]

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Learn how to save by budgeting!

Save $3,700 Challenge Month Eight: Budgeting

Having trouble keeping your finances together? This month’s entry in the Save $3,700 Challenge is all about budgeting. Learn some key tips on building a budget, and keep more cash in your pocket! The information in this article is provided for education and informational purposes only, without any express or […]

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Good Debt vs. Bad Debt

Good Debt vs. Bad Debt

Living debt-free can be almost impossible in our current economic climate. Many of us can’t afford to buy a home or send our children off to college without taking out loans. As of April 2014, the average U.S. household had $15,191 worth of credit card debt. The average student loan […]

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