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How to Survive a Job Loss

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If you’ve ever lost a job, you know how devastating it can be. It doesn’t really matter how you lost it — a company reorganization, merger, forced retirement or simply being fired — the results are the same. It probably feels like everything you’ve worked for is gone, including your income. And because losing a job is often unexpected, you’re ... Read More »

Tips for Eating Cheaply But Well

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Food can take a big chunk out of your budget, especially if you’re not smart when it comes to planning and purchasing it. This publication will help you make the whole process less stressful — and less expensive! Scenario 1: You walk through the grocery store dazed and confused, grabbing whatever catches your eye. You eventually end up at the ... Read More »

How to Cut Your Holiday Bills in Half Without Feeling Like Scrooge

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If you usually find yourself in January and February facing a stack of bills from holiday shopping, resolve that this year you aren’t going to let the spending get out of hand. Decide that your holiday memories are going to be happy ones, not headaches! Following are strategies for spending less while enjoying your holidays a lot more. Credit Strategies ... Read More »

An Intriguing Approach to Easily Saving With Higher Returns for the Future – Betterment

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I learned about a brand new company, Betterment. The approach to Betterment is to make it easier to invest in a balance of stocks and less volatile bond funds. What caught my eye was that the service has no minimum balance, it is easy to invest, the balance of your funds can be shifted online at any time, your invested ... Read More »

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