What to Do When Early Retirement Curtails Your Savings

August 4, 2016
What to Do When Early Retirement Curtails Your Savings

Retirement is ultimately a game of time and careful planning. The more time you have to save, the more time interest has to accrue, building your nest egg from a tiny sum to a massive fortune. Even saving just a little bit in your twenties can greatly increase your long-term savings, just as a few […]

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How to Use a Lender to Bridge Growth Costs

August 2, 2016
How to Use a Lender to Bridge Growth Costs

Running a small business has never been easy. One day you are the head of product development. The next you are leading business development. All the while you are trying to pay bills while having enough money to grow. This can be a challenge, especially when traditional lenders are out of sync with the realities […]

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Should You Pay Your Child for Getting Good Grades?

August 1, 2016
SHOULD YOU PAY YOUR KIDS FOR GOOD GRADES

Life is all about incentives. We work hard in order to get a paycheck to live our lives. We stay fit in order to maintain our health and live longer. We recreate in order to enjoy ourselves and have something to look forward to. So many people feel that offering a monetary reward to their […]

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Home Improvement Tips That Will Increase the Value of Your Home

July 25, 2016
Home Improvement Tips That Will Increase the Value of Your Home 

Make sure your home stays updated on design trends, home technology and other luxurious features. These small and large improvements will make your home feel more refined and also increase its appeal for potential buyers. The updates should improve the aesthetics and the functionality of your house, whether it’s installation of new fixtures, windows, appliances […]

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How Refinancing and Consolidating Your Student Loans Can Make Your Repayment Easier and Cheaper

July 18, 2016
How Refinancing and Consolidating Your Student Loans Can Make Your Repayment Easier and Cheaper

If you were lucky enough to get into college and stayed on the straight and narrow and graduated with your chosen degree, then you probably only owe about $30,000 or $40,000 in debt. Now, if you chose to switch degree paths or you moved to a different school, then you likely have more like $50,000 […]

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Expand Your Skills With Harvard Business School Executive Education

July 15, 2016

One of the many things that makes great leaders great, is that they are not afraid to continue learning. The idea of soaking up information is something that should excite all of us. I strongly believe that if we do not continue the learning process through our lives then we are missing out. One of […]

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7 Ways To Put a Few Extra $20’s in Your Wallet

July 7, 2016
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Wouldn’t it be great to open your wallet and find a few extra twenties in there? Turns out it’s surprisingly easy to manage, and you can do it by improving your life instead of making huge sacrifices. Here are eight things you can do today to ensure your greenery sticks around. Put a few extra […]

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