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Benefit Bonanza: What to do to Ensure Your Social Security is There

February 4th, 2019 | by Anica O
This year, the Social Security benefit program will turn 82 and it is still one of the biggest sources of income for those who have retired. Although there are always concerns that Social Security will no longer exist by the time...
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Household Haven – 5 Ways to Save on Everyday Items

January 24th, 2019 | by Anica O
It’s not uncommon for a family to hit hard times. When this happens, it’s important to adjust. If you try to live life like you have a lot of money coming in, you’ll become homeless. However, there are ways to tighten up...
Shop Savvy: 4 Things About Car Financing You Need to Know
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Shop Savvy: 4 Things About Car Financing You Need to Know

January 17th, 2019 | by Anica O
Whether you’re buying a brand new car or a used one that is new to you, getting a new set of wheels can be exciting. If financing is involved, however, the process can also be tricky. A wrong move at loan signing time can...
How to Avoid Selling Equity in Your Company?
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How to Avoid Selling Equity in Your Company?

December 31st, 2018 | by James B
Teaming up with someone in order to share responsibilities and get some operational/administrative help can be a good idea, provided that you can find the right person for the job. However, in a scenario where you’re just short...
Illness or Injury Keeping you Home? 4 Ways To Make Money While Taking Time Off
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Illness or Injury Keeping you Home? 4 Ways To Make Money While Taking Time Off

November 30th, 2018 | by Anica O
If you’re homebound and unable to work at your regular job because of an illness or injury, there are still ways to generate income for yourself. Finding ways to make money while you’re sidelined can keep you from falling...
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How to Save on Gas Money for Your Monthly Budget

October 2nd, 2018 | by Anica O
Reviewing your budget is an important step to take if you want to identify possible ways to save. One line item in your budget that you may zero in on is your fuel expense. Some people may target this expense by deciding to use...
Business Turnarounds: 6 Words To Guide You To Successful Management and Operation Of Your Business
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Business Turnarounds: 6 Words To Guide You To Successful Management and Operation Of Your Business

July 20th, 2018 | by Jelena D
The job of a CEO, a business manager, an owner-operator, or whatever you’re calling your leadership position, is frequently involved in hands-on operations, sales, problem solving, receivable collecting, bill paying, etc....
5 Questions You Must Ask Your Mortgage Broker for the Best Deal
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5 Questions You Must Ask Your Mortgage Broker for the Best Deal

June 30th, 2018 | by Anica O
Finding the right mortgage may seem easy if you listen to the numerous commercials on TV, the radio, and the internet. That is the first impression many folks have. However, there are reasons why traditional mortgage brokers...
How Much Would a Truck Accident Cost Your Company?
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How Much Would a Truck Accident Cost Your Company?

June 11th, 2018 | by Anica O
The last thing that a business owner ever wants to deal with is a major auto collision involving a company truck and one of their employees. A single accident could end up costing your company millions of dollars, but many...
Need Compensation For An Injury? 5 Do’s and Don’ts
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Need Compensation For An Injury? 5 Do’s and Don’ts

May 30th, 2018 | by Anica O
If you’ve suffered severe injury, you may be entitled to seek compensation. Many times the at-fault party refuses to take responsibility. Pursuing the matter can get very complicated, so you’ll probably want to consult a...