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What To Do If You’re Fired

by JS · 1 Comment 

Turn getting the axe into a positive When you are terminated from a job, your first thought is probably “what do I do now?” and the answer to that question is to get out there and start looking for a better job.  Once you realize that there’s a better job out there for you and that [...]

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The Biggest Losers – Financial Edition

by JS · 1 Comment 

With today’s economy, it’s easy to think that you’re the only one that’s being directly affected by the losses on the stock market or by the rise in prices on food at your local supermarket. It’s also easy to feel like the only people being affected by the recession or the middle and lower class [...]

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My First Credit Card – The Root of All Evil?

by JS · 2 Comments 

I was wondering about how it all got started. How did we as a nation get started in the belief in debt. What happened to the concept of saving up for something when you wanted to buy it, rather than buying it right away on credit and paying for it later. In this article, to [...]

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Learning from the Recession

by JS · 2 Comments 

This post is the second post that resulted from my curiosity about what is happening as a result of the economic meltdown. Yes, we hear a lot about it on the news, but that’s all about big banks, auto company bailouts and governments trying to flood the country with “liquidity” to unstick the credit markets. [...]

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Lessons Learned from the Economic Meltdown – 5 Personal Stories

by JS · 2 Comments 

This post is result of my curiosity about what is happening as a result of the economic meltdown. Yes, we hear a lot about it on the news, but that’s all about big banks, auto companies, and bail out package. But what I was curious about was the stories the don’t make it onto CNN; [...]

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Harmoniously Dividing Assets After a Death

by Jenn · 2 Comments 

No one wants to think about dying; and many people don’t until it’s too late! Even then, dividing up the assets after death can cause a lot of emotionally charged issues. Sally wants the piano and Mary wants the ring! The problem is the Sam also wants the piano and Pam always thought SHE would [...]

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Become a Billionaire & Have More Power to Indulge Insecurities

There are few people who would turn down the chance to become a billionaire. On second thought; you might stay far away from wanting that level of income after reading this post. It seems that billionaires can be a pretty insufferable and neurotic bunch! Psychiatrist Kerry Sulkowicz has become the ‘go-to guy’ for billionaires all [...]

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Small Donations Make a Big Difference

I’m sure that there have been times when you’ve wanted to help someone but thought that you just didn’t have enough money to make a big difference in the cause you were concerned with. It’s hard to think that a $5 check really helps anyone at all, but it does, and it will. Recently, a [...]

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Can You Teach Kids to Be Rich?

There is a huge problem among today’s youth and young adults: they don’t know anything about money! That’s why you find so many in their early 20′s who are deep in debt and don’t know what to do about it. Is it possible to buck this trend and teach kids how to be rich (even [...]

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Winning the Lottery – A One Way Ticket to Misery!

by Jenn · 5 Comments 

What would you do if you suddenly won the lottery? If you’re like Juan Rodriguez, you’d stay in your single-wide trailer, drink beer, and wonder when the next vulture is going to come to your door looking for a handout. Is winning the lottery all it’s cracked up to be? The evidence is certainly stacked [...]

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