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Teach Your Teenager with an Allowance

If you have a teenager at home, you’ve probably given them $20 for a night at the movies or even more for a weekend road trip. But think of an allowance as a teachable moment.…

Use Apps to Keep Track of Your Finances

It’s easier to keep tabs on your finances now than ever before. Financial apps allow you check your bank account or monitor the stock market with the touch of a finger, and Americans are taking…

Tax Cuts Begin to Pay Off

Working Americans are already seeing greater take-home pay because of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. As employers implement the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) new withholding guidelines—which dictate how much employers withhold from pay for…

Going on a Valentine’s Day Date? Don’t Make…

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and millions of Americans are preparing for a romantic encounter of some kind. Prepare wisely: Between dinner, drinks, movie tickets, and other expenses, dating is an expensive activity. But…

Don’t Let Your Time Slip Through the Cracks

You’ve probably heard that time is our most valuable asset. It’s especially true at work, where time management is the key to maximum productivity and professional success. So here are three of the best ways…

How to Get Funding for Your Business

Americans are known for their entrepreneurship. In any given year, hundreds of thousands of new businesses are formed in the United States. Their success or failure generally comes down to cash flow. In a business’…

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How to Find a Job in Today’s Climate

There’s no better time to find a job. The unemployment rate remains at a 17-year low, and employers are eager to hire. Nearly 45 percent of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent staff in 2018—up…

How to Handle Job Burnout

Any job can become grueling, monotonous, unfulfilling, or all of the above. When you’re burned out, it can take a toll on your personal life and your interactions with others. But the best way to…