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Financial aid for college in 5 steps

The majority of parents of high school students know that the future will very likely hold a college education for their child. But what is often uncertain is how they…

Think mobile: marketing tips for local businesses

Think mobile: marketing tips for local businesses

No doubt about it, mobile technology is transforming the way consumers live and businesses operate. Today nearly 5 billion people use mobile phones around the world, with 1 billion of…

Easier mortgage processes, positive attitudes inspire renters to buy

Easier mortgage processes, positive attitudes inspire renters to buy

Owning a home has been an integral element of the American Dream for generations. But is ownership right for you? And if it is, how do you know if it’s…

Hiring tips to help avoid nanny nightmares

Hiring tips to help avoid nanny nightmares

Movie nannies might work for a spoonful of sugar, and hugs and kisses, but in the real world nannies – no matter how loving and attentive they are – need…

How to save big with last-minute vacation planning tips

How to save big with last-minute vacation planning tips

Sometimes the vacation bug bites without much notice. If you find yourself craving a travel adventure in the near future, you might worry it will be too complicated or costly…

Tap the hidden job market

Tap the hidden job market

The process of finding employment has quietly undergone an evolution. Job seekers are discovering that many positions are not posted to the public. In fact, the online career guidance resource…

How to do your federal taxes for free

Going to college; getting your first job; moving into your own place. To these rites of passage, add one more: doing your own taxes. And, it doesn’t have to be…

Anthony Bourdain talks last meal on earth, advice for restaurateurs; old-school cocktails

Anthony Bourdain talks last meal on earth, advice for restaurateurs; old-school cocktails

TV’s best-fed hedonist, Anthony Bourdain, is keeping busy these days with his hit travel series “Parts Unknown,” his publishing career and an upcoming appearance at this year’s National Restaurant Association…

How to stay productive and not infect the office when you’re sick

Each year, American workers miss 100 million workdays due to the flu alone. There’s a trace of irony in that number: Many of those days wouldn’t have to be lost…

Your first resume – dos and don’ts

Your first resume – dos and don’ts

If you’re heading out into the workforce for the first time, there’s plenty of prep work to do. An employer’s first impression of you could very well be your resume.…

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