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Personal finance 101 may not be on your course schedule, but that doesnât mean you canât school yourself on how to manage money. Learn these 10 personal finance rules that you can’t afford to break.Personal finance 101 may not be on your course schedule, but that doesnât mean you canât school yourself on how to manage money. Learn these 10 personal finance rules that you can’t afford to break.
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Another quarter in the books! Every three months, Iâll be taking a look at my personal finances, recent news from The Best Interest, and more dog pictures. Here are my previous quarterly updates: Q1 2021 Q2 2021 Q3 2021 Annual Review 2021 Why share this info? To brag?! No way! I want to be transparent. I practice what I preach… Read More »Net Worth, Projects, and Dogs â Update Q1 2022
Budgeting for travel is hard enough as it is. But add in a job that provides inconsistent income it may seem impossible. After years of trial and error, I finally figured out a way to stop stressing about budgeting and save for travel (and retirement!) all at the same time. The Tricks 1. Paying myself
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More and more, companies are dispensing with traditional annual employee reviews. They say this is out of sensitivity to a new generation of employees who find reviews stressful. The real reason may be that dispensing with employee reviews saves companies money — albeit at the expense of their employees.
Microsoft and Dell are among the high-profile companies that have made news recently by dumping annual employee reviews, and Silicon Valley has long turned its nose up at such traditional means of measuring performance and managing people. For many employees, the initial reaction is relief, but they would be wise to look closer. Without that annual review process, they could find that opportunities to get a raise are fewer and more difficult to obtain.
Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained
As much as you may view a formal review as resembling an interrogation scene out of George Orwell’s “1984,” it should work to your benefit — both financially and in terms of feeling more connected to your workplace.
ABLE accounts are a 529 account with all kinds of bells and whistles built specifically to serve disabled Americans. After years of grassroots advocacy efforts from the disability community, ABLE accounts were birthed into legislation in December 2014. And thanks to legislation passed in late 2022, more people will become eligible for it soon (more […]
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One of the most common problems people have qualifying for a personal house or investment property is a high debt-to-income (DTI) ratio. Most lenders will want to see a debt-to-income ratio of 45 percent or lower. If your debt-to-income ratio is higher than this, it will be very hard to qualify for a loan. I … Read more
Amazon has rapidly become one of the largest online marketplaces â in fact, itâs one of the biggest marketplaces of any kind. The site sells everything from paper towels to luxury TVs to jewelry and has grown rapidly from its humble beginnings as a simple bookseller. With a business model that prioritizes consumer convenience and
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Remodeling a home can be an expensive and complex undertaking. Here are some ways to save money when remodeling a home.
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