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When It Comes To Your Next Car, Be The Shepherd, Not The Sheep

12/19/2011

I spend at least 2 hours each day in my car; it is a Honda Element with some nice accoutrements that I bought used from a dealer in Rhode Island. It safely gets me from home to work, and to whatever shuttling my kids require. [. . .]

Five Money Principles Every Teen Should Know

12/15/2011

It’s said that money makes the world go round, but how does it work? As you start to earn your own money, you need to know how to manage it. Here are five basic money principles that can get you started off on the right track... [. . .]

Job Seekers Beware

12/14/2011
By: Kim Syrop

If it seems too good to be true, it probably is… Today’s job market is fraught with scammers preying on the most vulnerable potential victims – the increasing ranks of the unemployed. [. . .]

The Hidden Threat To Small Business Owners

12/12/2011

As if small business owner's don’t have enough to worry about, they also face a mostly hidden but powerful threat – cyber-attacks. [. . .]

Six Tips To Make Your Small Business More Attractive to SBA Lenders

12/07/2011

In the past two years, eligible businesses allowed to borrow from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) , has increased to an estimated 97% in the U.S.! People seek SBA-guaranteed loans to start or buy a business, buyout a partner, get working capital, extend a loan or get a lower down payment on an asset purchase. Whatever your reason, here are six tips to help make your small business more attractive to SBA Lenders. [. . .]

Should You Refinance Your Mortgage?

12/06/2011

Should you refinance your mortgage now? Here are 7 things to consider. [. . .]

Teens Guide to Building a Simple Budget

12/05/2011

With all of the talk about the credit crisis and the great recession, being frugal has suddenly become super-trendy. Overspending is a thing of the past, but having nice things will always be in style. The key is finding [. . .]

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