Make More Money: How 5 Women Increased Their Incomes

They say that in order to get something you've never had you're going to have to do something you've never done. Sounds logical. So let's apply that to your paycheck. 

One of the most popular questions I get on a regular basis is, "...

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Moving Back Home: What I've Learned

As I am writing this column, I’m sitting in the living room with the aroma of a turkey breast in the oven and the television blaring with the latest episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians that my siblings taped on the DVR. No, it’s...

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Book Review » 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think

What if you had enough time to be in the best shape of your life, get more than seven hours of sleep a night and still have time left over to volunteer more hours in a year than over 90% of the country? Or instead of just talking about it,...

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Book Review » The First 90 Days

If you just started a new job (or ever plan on moving into a new role within or outside your current company) - stop everything, and pick up this book. I have used this book as a road map for the first 90 days on the job in ...

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E-X-P-A-N-D Your Life: Rid Yourself of the Miscellany

Recently, while helping a client organize her financial records, it became quickly obvious most of her records were filed under Miscellaneous. A car repair receipt – miscellaneous file. Power bill receipt – miscellaneous file. Junk mail...

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How To Save Money And Still See Your Friends

With the economy as it is, everyone is trying to trim the budget. Often, eating out and socializing are the first things to be cut. Any why not? They're expensive luxuries that are easy to trim.

But, sometimes these savings come at the...

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