How you can shift to part-time work before retirement

Do you want to shift from fulltime to part-time before retiring finally? Are you planning to talk with your boss regarding it? Seems like a good move since many baby boomers prefer phased retirement nowadays. The result of the recent survey gives a signal towards that. Unfortunately, part-time w... Read more

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6 Best destinations to celebrate the Labor Day - Where and how?

The long Labor Day weekend is perfect to enjoy the end of summer time. Before entering into the autumn season, most of the Americans love to indulge themselves in the Labor Day fun and frolic. Most of the people prefer to go to a long weekend escape to enjoy. But, where will you go? If you are... Read more

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4 Ingenious tips to celebrate Women’s Equality Day

“Gender equality is not a woman’s issue. It’s a human issue. It affects us all” Women’s Equality Day is celebrated on August 26 to commemorate the 19th Amendment which granted women the right to vote. The momentous day in the history is celebrated every year since the 19th amendment emp... Read more

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Social Security: What role will it play in the future?

Social Security is one of the most crucial retirement benefit plans of our nation. However, many people are wary about its future; they are not sure about what role it will play in their retirement planning. To get a clear picture, you need to understand some of the important facts about it. H... Read more

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6 Helpful tips to alleviate back-to-school stress

I am back again with yet another post for parents. My last post was on - Final back-to-school financial checklist: Countdown begins. I hope all of you have read and liked it. This post is also on the back-to-school season. But this time I will be talking about the back-to-school season and the ways ... Read more

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Final back-to-school financial checklist: Countdown begins

Summer is over. Vacation, lazy days and outdoor games are out of your life. Now is the time to get ready for the back-to-school season. It’s time to review your finances and be ready for the educational expenses. Just remember one point, you have to consider a lot of things this time. The firs... Read more

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4 Ways to minimize Summer hang-out costs

Summer brings the much-needed warmth after long, dull, and raw winter. The branches shed the weight of the long deposited ice, small twigs try to wake up from their seemingly perpetual slumber and peep out, and the mother nature presents the fruits of her Spring labor. Likewise, you too try to br... Read more

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Avoid utility scam: Don't let someone use your money

Recently, a nerve wrenching utility scam has occurred with a small non-profit business owner. The victim, Fay Givens, the executive director of American Indian Services in Lincoln Park, has warned all small business owners after the incident. She said that every small business owners should check... Read more

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Death and debt - American indebtedness is wrecking families

Americans are leaving insurmountable amount of debt for their posterity. It’s become a norm in this millenia. Recently, Experian, one of the leading credit bureaus of the country, said that over 70% consumers carry a debt or the other while they’re in the death bed. Interestingly, the debt am... Read more

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Bush or Obama: Who generated more national debt?

According to Donald Trump’s economic adviser Stephen Moore, “We’ve borrowed more money under Barack Obama than we borrowed from George Washington through George W. Bush.” Well, we cannot always blame the ruling president for each penny added in the national debt. Reason? The preside... Read more

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