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Suck It Up And Use A Coupon

By on April 1st, 2013 • Budgeting, Coupons, deals, Shopping, Life

Coupons carry all kinds of stigmas, branding users as dorks and misers. Guess what? Unless you're high up in the ranks of a successful company, the recession is still very much 'on.' It's a new era, and it's an era in which saving money is anything but miserly. It's smart.

Saving on Groceries and Drugstore Items

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Dollars And Sense: Pay Bills Without A Wallet

By on March 27th, 2013 • Shopping, Smartphones, Credit & Debt, Life

On March 10, 1876 Alexander Graham Bell, telephone's father, picked up the phone and dialed his assistant Thomas Watson. "Mr. Watson, come here. I want to see you," he said--the first words ever uttered into a telephone.

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Cash Or Credit?

By on March 26th, 2013 • buying, Cash, Money, Shopping, Credit & Debt, Life

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5 Hobbies That Can Boost Your Income

By on March 12th, 2013 • College & Career, Hobbies, Income, work from home, Life

Have you ever thought of turning your hobby into a paying gig? Many people have a skill outside of their chosen career that could earn them cash on the side. Before you quit your day job though, here are some tips on 5 different skills that can help usher you into an era of multiple income streams:

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Ye Olde Apprenticeship

By on March 11th, 2013 • apprenticeship, Careers, College & Career, experience, Life

While an internship is a short-term way to test the waters as you explore career options, an apprenticeship gives you in-depth on-the-job training in the industry of the choice. It's a hands-on training program leading to mastery in your area of specialty. Here’s how to land one:

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Are You Entrepreneurial Material?

Starting any business takes know-how, time, capital, and connections. It also takes the right psychological makeup. While no definitive list of successful personality traits for entrepreneurs exists, research and experience indicate a few must-haves.

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Save By Planning Ahead For Homeownership

By on March 4th, 2013 • Budgeting, buying a home, Credit Score, Income, Saving, Life, Savings

It's never too early to start planning for the future. This is especially true for future homeowners. Even if you have never thought about owning a home or think that you may never want to, it's smart to plan ahead just in case. Trust us--taking care with your finances now has the potential to greatly impact your ability to achieve your goals in the years ahead. Here are some tips we wish we would have known.

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Get Your Network Working

By on February 28th, 2013 • careerbuilder.com, College & Career, Job Search, Networking, Life


Building a professional network is a crucial (yet daunting) factor in developing a career. In a competitive job market, it's important to network efficiently and be memorable to your contacts.

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The Websites You Need To Move Out Of Your Mom's House

By on February 25th, 2013 • apartment, Budgeting, Moving out, Renting, Life

Nothing is sweeter (or scarier) than realizing you finally have the savings and ability to move out of your parents’ place. But hitting the pavement and scouring the back of the Classifieds is so 1995. Thankfully, the web is packed with search engines, resources, tips, and checklists to get you moving and keep you organized.

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An App-titude for starting your own business


Become your own boss. Set your own hours. Do what you really want to do. All of those are the perks of starting your own business.

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