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Everything is always on sale seems like an exaggeration! If you are expecting to go to your local store and find absolutely everything on sale, you will be disappointed. Then again, you can find just about everything on sale somewhere. Online retailers are constantly discounting their products and there are always coupons for discounts and free shipping. I f you look, you can find everything on sale! Read More…

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Post image for No College, No Problem: 5 Careers That Don’t Require a Bachelor’s Degree

As a high school student interested in helping others in a medical setting, becoming a physician may seem like a logical choice. However, after completing an undergraduate degree, four years of medical school and several years of residency, many med school grads are left with crippling debt and shockingly high malpractice insurance payments. Read More…

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Are you a overachiever or underperformer? I used to work in a high tech environment where everyone was an overachiever. I constantly was trying to do better and outperform my colleagues. Sometimes I was successful and other times I was not. According to dictionary, underperform is to fail to do as well as expected. In academia, it may be achieving a grade of D or F. Are you an overachiever or underperformer? Read More…

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Why no one cares what you think about investment plan (and how to stop being so freaking boring) is an important topic everyone who cares about their financial future should be thinking about; and with the recent shutdown of the government putting the so-called ”Obamacare” (Affordable Care Act) law into the spotlight, thinking about retirement is more relevant than ever. It’s easy for you to say that I will never retire! January 22, 2013 but the time will come when you are too old to work, and what then? Read More…

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Best and Worst Places to Job Hunt Online

Finding a job is hard and finding the right job is even harder, especially with the condition of today’s job market. Gone are the days of walking into a restaurant, a retail store, or an office with your resume in hand looking for a job. Of course, that is still an option but the majority of locations will tell you to fill out an application online. Read More…

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I Hate Tests!

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Life is filled with tests, but we do not call them tests! As a teacher, I give tests to my students as an assessment. There is no secret to that! I have to take tests or classes to demonstrate my knowledge or qualifications as a teacher. This week I had to take a test to prove I could administer a state test. Read More…

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Dealing with elderly parents can be a real challenge. Many seniors today are fiercely independent and insist on making their own decisions about everything. As long as they are capable of doing that, most families are content to allow them to manage their own lives. There may come a time, however, when the adult children need to step in and take control over certain aspects of an elderly parent’s life — and that can be a difficult moment for everyone. Read More…

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Teaching your college-age child about the realities of credit is challenging. When they were young, they thought you knew everything—now, however, they’re more apt to think you don’t know much of anything. Are they wrong? Yes. Is it important they learn about the good, the bad and the ugly features of credit? Absolutely. Read More…

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When you file for corporate status, one of the benefits that you can achieve is limited liability. In order to maintain that status, you must make sure that you cooperate with all of the business’s formalities. This will be defined by state law, and most of the time, it is far more than just filing paperwork with the state small business administration. In many states, one of the more common factors is the requirement of formal business meetings. Here are some of the general factors that make a meeting a formal meeting rather than a casual one. Read More…

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When putting together the design elements for your eCommerce store, you need to make sure that you leave room for certain options for payments, formatting, and the like. Being too rigid in your design may unintentionally make your eCommerce store less appealing to some customers, and it may limit the sales you can make as well. Read More…

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