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Time Is Money: Teaching Your Kids To Value Their Time

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January 17th 2017 by
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An alarming Glassdoor survey found that more than half of Americans don’t negotiate their salaries. That means most people will continue working for the same pay, even as their value to the workplace and their experience increases. How can you teach your kids to not be afraid of asking for a raise? Hopefully, your kids are ready and willing to work hard for their pay when they grow up. But do they also know that time is money? The Lemonade Lesson Suppose one lazy summer day, your kids decide to earn cash by holding a yard sale on your front…

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Questions to Ask Before Opening a Checking Account

January 12th 2017 by
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It’s good to shop around for a checking account that works for you! Free checking accounts are sparse, but they’re out there, and some even come with rewards. It’s easy to get comfortable when it comes to banking, but you could save hundreds each year just by keeping your money somewhere else. If you’re on the hunt for a better checking account option, here’s what you need to figure out before deciding: What Services Does it Come With? At the bare minimum, you should be able to have access to a Bill Pay service and a 24/7 Telephone Banking (call)…

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Beware These Utility Scams

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January 11th 2017 by
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Gas, electricity and water are not purchases you regularly think about. However, if someone calls to tell you your account is overdue and your service is about to be shut off, you’d probably be upset. You might do whatever they say to avoid the consequences. That’s exactly what scammers are counting on. The Department of Consumer Affairs has warned of a new scam targeting utility customers. A scammer will call and claim the potential victim is overdue on a utility bill. They will instruct the victim to go buy a prepaid debit card to prevent shut off of that service.…

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Fitness For Your Body And Wallet: Shedding Pounds Without A Gym Membership

January 10th 2017 by
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Did you know that 37% of Americans resolved to lose weight, and 32% resolved to stay fit in the New Year? The weight loss industry definitely knows! It ramps up its marketing this time of year – you’ve likely seen offers for discounts at local and national gym chains. What these advertisements omit is that gym memberships are still expensive, averaging $58 per month. And that’s without counting any miscellaneous upfront charges. If you want to get fit without spending a ton, here are some budget- and body-friendly ideas to help you have a healthier 2017! 1.) Diet It doesn’t…

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What To Do After Getting A Raise

January 5th 2017 by
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Q: This is the year I finally got that raise! What should I do with the extra money? A: Beyond the money, getting a raise is recognition that the work you’re doing is valued. You’re on the right career path! Let’s not overlook the money, though. The raise can boost your financial stability, or it can blow right through your checking account, leaving you worse off than you were before. The difference between these two outcomes is planning. Without a plan to use your new bounty responsibly, it’s difficult to resist the temptation to spend lavishly because you “deserve” it.…

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