Labor Day Magazine Sale – Save up to 90%

August 30, 2014
DiscountMags

This weekend DiscountMags.com is running a pick your savings sale where you can save up to 90% off the cover price on select magazine titles.  This is good for new or renewal subscriptions and you can also give these as gifts. Expires on September 1, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST 85%-90% Off Category Wired (1yrs: […]

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Get It Covered: Small Business Edition 

August 28, 2014
Small Business Edition

Small businesses today face a range of ongoing challenges that can be daunting to even the most seasoned business person. From ethical issues to financial and resource management to increased competition due to technology, business owners are constantly weighing options and making decisions. Some of the most common areas businesses must manage well include legal, […]

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Book Review: Outsmarting the System

August 27, 2014
Outsmarting the System

I recently received an email from Tony Campidonica asking me to review his book Outsmarting the System: Lower Your Taxes, Control Your Future, and Reach Financial Freedom. Since I am always up to hear new advice and different ways to achieve financial freedom, I agreed. I glanced through a few of the reviews on Amazon, […]

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Surviving Your First Year of College

August 25, 2014
Surviving Your First Year of College

College can be daunting. Not only is it a whole new world (often the first time out from under your parents’ roof), but there is a whole new set of responsibilities. While it may be tempting to slack off for your first year, and then try to buckle down later, these first two years are […]

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Accounting as a Freelancer: How to Stay Organized

August 22, 2014
Accounting as a freelancer

As a freelancer, you wear a lot of hats. In addition to the services you provide, you also have to deal with a lot of administrative work as well. In a traditional job, you typically have a Human Resources department, an Office Manager, etc., to take care of the majority of this work. Freelancers, however, need […]

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Choosing Home Improvement Projects to Get the Best Return

August 20, 2014
Home Improvement Projects

When it comes to your house, there’s always room for improvement. The kitchen could use an update, you wish your master bath was bigger and more storage would be wonderful. Even if you had your home custom built for your family, you can amass a laundry list of changes you’d like to make. But what […]

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Understanding What’s Covered by Your Auto Insurance Policy

August 19, 2014
Auto Insurance Policy

Consumers should be aware that auto insurance doesn’t always cover everything in a damaged vehicle. For example, policies might only pay up to a maximum amount for any mechanical and body work for a car. Windshield replacements and mirrors might not be covered by standard automobile insurance. Repairs for mechanical breakdowns are also not covered. […]

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