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My passion for bike riding and general common sense as a driver helped me navigate my town's busy streets and traffic clogged arteries. There were a few safety items I had to keep
Today, we give you lessons from Dr. Seuss, tips to save 30 minutes a day, advice to help single parents cut expenses, and a short checklist to ID real wheat and multigrain bread.
Today, we give you tips to being professional, getting your friends to join the frugal wagon, prepping your car for winter, and a delicious wine jelly recipe!
Many people don't try to earn extra money outside of their jobs, but they should. Here's why.
Today, we share tips to make the most of a scholarship search, a list of must-haves for living out of a suitcase, a tasty way to use up leftover ingredients, and more!
Today, we share tips to help you get the most out of a job fair, some advice on writing emails, and a few creative ideas for repurposing old windows.
If you've recently joined the workforce, you shouldn't just think about your career path; you should think about your financial path as well.
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Looking for thoughtful ways to say "thanks" to a colleague? These ideas are all valuable — and free!
Twitter is one of the most cost-effective ways for you to market yourself and your business. We asked 75 of the most Twitter-savvy entrepreneurs for their best Twitter marketing se
From corn to gold, these 10 common goods and commodities had major price changes in 2010 — and may continue to shift in 2011.
With the many tax deductions and credits available to business owners, making your company more sustainable can pay off when you do your taxes.
When cash flow stops, the situation quickly turns critical. Unfortunately, the concept of cash flow is largely misunderstood. So, before you inadvertently bleed to death, let's
There’s an easy way (and an app!) to accept other forms of payment besides cash.
Legally speaking, you can ask just about anything at a job interview. But there are plenty of questions that you should never actually ask, because they'll quickly come back to
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There are ways to minimize the tax burden that goes along with selling a business, allowing you to keep more of the money you've earned over the years.
Have you "liked" your favorite stores on Facebook? Learn how a few clicks of your mouse or check-ins on your phone can equal major coupon savings.
If you're consistently providing stellar service but your cash flow is stagnating, here's what might be wrong and what you can do to produce higher profits.
The Super Bowl isn't for everyone. If you prefer baking to blind sides and decoupage to touchdowns, here are some alternatives to watching the game.
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