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What It Takes to Set Up a Roth IRA

by Contributor March 29, 2011

Once you make the decision as to how you will save toward retirement, you still have several steps to complete before savings can begin. Choosing a Roth IRA as an investment vehicle will offer substantial tax advantages on investments. But how do you decide where to open a Roth IRA or what investments should make […]

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7 Steps to Negotiating Your Medical and Dental Bills

by Contributor March 10, 2011

Before I started teaching people how to earn more money, I was working in a medical practice. Doing the cool stuff like helping in the operating room during 30 surgeries and analyzing x-rays for spinal patients was fun, but the most useful skills I picked up where in the billing department. That’s because I learned […]

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Interview Question: Why Did You Leave Your Former Job?

by Contributor November 29, 2010

This is a guest post from Ron Haynes, editor of The Wisdom Journal and author of a new eBook, The Inner View of Your Interview, exposing the motivations behind today’s top 100 job interview questions. Ron has been interviewing people for various positions for over two decades and uses his new eBook to give job […]

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Protect Your Investments: Work with Bonded Professionals

by Contributor October 28, 2010

When you’re working to get your financial ducks in a row, the last thing you want to worry about is whether those you are working with will take advantage of you. Knowing that you’re working with reputable and reliable professionals can relieve the stress of the unknown-especially when considering your finances. Surety bonds can help […]

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5 Guaranteed Ways to Get Fired

by Contributor October 20, 2010

Jobs.  Everyone seems to work so hard to find them, get them, and keep them.  People try to be the model employee, the person the company would be a fool to let go.  And there is an abundance of information available online how to be a perfect employee. But what about people who absolutely hate […]

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Should You Merge Finances With Your Spouse?

by Contributor October 7, 2010

Financial management is one of the most serious considerations that married couples have to plan for. Without proper planning, financial stress can put a significant strain on a marriage. Money is such a hot button issue that a 2004 study issued by Redbook magazine found that 70% of married couples talk about money every week. […]

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Overseas Employment – How to Get a Job Abroad

by Contributor September 1, 2010

Finding work overseas: Yes, it’s possible, yes, there are challenges, and yes, it may be worth it. The economic recession has been difficult and millions of Americans of all ages are facing the prospect of long term unemployment or underemployment (i.e. having a job that barely pays the bills and does nothing to enhance your […]

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