Ace the Interview

With unemployment rates stubbornly sustaining the 9% mark, the stakes have never been higher for job hunters facing that all important interview. For many unemployed applicants who are trying to […]

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5 Steps for Dealing With a Job Layoff

In these tough economic times you may find yourself in a situation you did not contemplate; without employment. It is not a time to panic but a time to strategize.  […]

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3 Big Ideas for College Savings

   1. Wake Up By that I mean, are you aware that college prices have skyrocketed the past 20 years? If my three kids went to the University of Iowa for […]

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Turn Tricks and Treats into Meaningful Budgeting Lessons

HALLOWEEN CANDY SAVING EXERCISE When it comes to Halloween candy, there have always been two kinds of kids: the ones who eat it all before they’ve even gotten out of […]

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Are You Tossing Out Perfectly Good Money???

 EIGHT TIPS TO PROTECTING YOUR CASH Dining out. On average, Americans eat out approximately every third day, which can truly add up.   Even if you drink water and take home half the […]

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Scary Savings for Fright Night

  Frightening as it may sound, Americans can spend more than $50 for a Halloween get up for your youngster.   Fortunately there are some ways that parents can stay far below the $50 mark […]

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Who Pays Income Tax and How Much?

October 15th is the day that quarterly tax payments are due for those that file estimated income tax so it seems fitting to comment on the latest tax news. Warren Buffett […]

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Hitting The Control/Alt/Delete Button on a Roth IRA

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