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Should we extend the tax cuts for the rich? This may affect you more than you think, even if you aren't making $250,000 yet.
At our newest My Life Scoop article, we gathered the top websites to help you become more skilled in your design efforts, and we preview two of them here!
Don't listen to the old cliche; spending money on these five things can make you more content.
Today, we share a fruity networking tip for conference attendees, a handy list of 51 foods and their shelf life, plus dollar-store goodies that will save you a bundle.
Want to exercise during the winter months? Indoor cycling classes are great whether you're a hardcore bike-rider or you never graduated from training wheels.
Today, we share effective ways to stay focused, a technique to help you move a home-baked pie, and tips to help you deal with a mouse problem humanely.
There are a few tricks I've picked up on that keep a potluck meal from winding up with ten desserts and no salad.
This "jolly" season can become overwhelming when you shop, but these tips can help you avoid getting caught up in the hustle and bustle.
MOO is a cute name for a ticker symbol, but not a good reason to buy an exchange-traded fund. Learn what you need to know about these potentially great tools for retail investors.
Today, we share tips to help you bag you next contests or sweepstakes, to-do's to keep your family and home safe over the holidays, instructions for a DIY book safe, and more.
If your guy is more "Bah Humbug" than "Happy Holidays," get him into the spirit with these ideas.
You have some projects coming down the pipe that you need additional staff for. What do you do: offer your potential new team player an independent contract or full-time salary
Make those New Year's resolutions last all year with these techniques to help new habits stick.
A few weeks ago, after enduring a major rainstorm during a cycling training event, I accepted a ride back to my starting point at a local bicycle shop. The shuttle driver happen
Forget spring cleaning — the last week of the year is the best time to clean house. Here's why.
A dollar on a paycheck is worth a dollar to the employee. And it costs you a dollar. But benefits aren't like that. Sometimes, your employee will value the benefit much more tha
Most of us work hard for our money, and last year, scammers worked hard to take it away from us. Here are last year's top scams and how to avoid them.
The IRS wants businesses to pay their taxes online, as well as file their taxes online. It's faster, eliminates the need for the IRS to have people open envelopes and process pa
With nanny sharing, you can save money while giving your baby both the individualized attention of a nanny and the social benefits of a day care.
Here are 10 examples of top-notch leadership from leaders who ultimately led by example, letting their actions (and bottom lines) speak for themselves.
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