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Save Money with Good Credit

02/29/2012

Did you know that bad credit can cost you an extra $200,000 over your lifetime? [. . .]

The Necessity of Taking Your Processes Seriously

02/27/2012

For business owners, understanding the necessity of having “process” in the various operations of their business is extremely important. [. . .]

Save, Save, Save!

02/24/2012

In celebration of America Saves Week  2012, we reflect on the importance of saving money. Simply put, Americans don’t save enough money and rely too heavily on borrowing. [. . .]

The College Savings vs. Retirement Savings Battle

02/23/2012

Two of the most important savings goals for Americans today are college and retirement. Today’s families face an impossible balancing act. [. . .]

Make Your Money Work for You…Automatically

02/22/2012

Here are a few easy ways to save time and money by making smart decisions and getting your money to do the work for you.   [. . .]

Let's Celebrate America Saves Week!

02/21/2012

Hooray! It’s America Saves Week 2012 - February 19 through 26! (Cue confetti, balloons & noise makers!) O.K, so maybe that’s too much. It’s not THAT exciting. But, it is a great annual reminder to take a look at your [. . .]

3 Reasons (Besides Earning Interest) Why Your Business Should Have a Savings Account

02/16/2012

When most people think about the benefits of saving money, the first thing that comes to mind is the interest – the allure of the “time value of money”. [. . .]

Quick, File Your Taxes....or Someone May Beat You to It!

02/15/2012
By: Kim Syrop

You may not think about filing your taxes until April, but trust me, you should do it sooner rather than later! If you don't, you may become one of an estimated 226,000 taxpayers who became the victim of tax refund fraud last year. [. . .]

How to Protect Your Business from Cyber-Fraud

Cyber criminals are on the attack and more and more of their targets are small businesses. [. . .]

Your First Job & How to Make Extra Cash

02/10/2012

Once you turn 16, you’re generally able to start working in the United States. On my 16th birthday, I went down to a local restaurant and applied to be a waitress, which turned into my first job. [. . .]

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