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    Could your maiden name be worth over $500,000?

    Tweet A recent Dutch study at the University of Tilburg is concluding that women who keep their maiden names after marriage are seen as more professional and more likely to win good jobs and earn higher pay. The University professors estimated that this would equal […]

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    Could Slow and Steady Be a Better Way to Pay Off Debt?

    Tweet When you have a lot of debt, the first reaction is to decide to pay it off as quickly as possible. In some cases, making the radical changes necessary to pay off your debt very quickly can, in fact, allow you to stay out […]

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    Reciple: A Simple Turmeric Chicken

    Tweet BF thinks I’m such a weirdo for loving turmeric, but then I call him out on his cumin obsession and he quiets down. This is a horribly simply recipe that tastes incredible to me. The turmeric gives a sort of flavour that is light […]

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    Are You Being Financially Honest With Yourself?

    Tweet Sometimes, we hide things from ourselves. We even hide from our own financial realities sometimes. It’s hard to be honest with yourself sometimes, but if you want to improve our finances, it’s important to be honest — even brutally honest — about the way […]

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    Emergency Fund Talk: When it becomes a BIG DEAL

    Tweet There’s a guy I know who has a good paying job ($120,000 a year), lives with his second wife plus he still has alimony and child support and is starting to feel the financial pinch. Where do I begin? His mom is sick and […]

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    Should You Go Into Debt for THAT Career?

    Tweet A little more than two years ago, one of my bloggy buddies wrote a blog post about getting a degree in communications, and the debt that can be incurred. What happens when you have a large amount of debt from your communications degree, but […]

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    What Should you Study in School / Should you Go back for More Education?

    Tweet The simplest answer is calculate your return on investment. Education is an investment in yourself It’s “good” debt right? So treat it as such. Note: I don’t believe any debt is good debt any longer, including buying a home, car or even higher education. […]

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    4 Tips for Staying On Top Of Your Job Search

    Tweet It’s a tough job market out there. If you have been looking for a job, chances are that you have had to deal with disappointment again and again. That’s just the nature of the market right now. My husband is dealing with his own […]

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    How to Lend Money to Friends and Family

    Tweet In tough economic times, it seems as though everyone you know needs a little help. It can be hard, however, to figure out how to handle the situation when a friend or a family member wants to borrow money. What should you do if […]

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    Save Now Before It’s Too Late!

    Tweet One of the common misconceptions people have about saving money is that you have to have “enough” money to begin saving. Many people put off saving, insisting that they will start when they make more money, and they have some to spare. The unfortunate […]

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