If you want to cut college costs, it can be done though it is a challenge. I share some ways to think about lowering cost if college is in your future.
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Sometimes, I’ll review products and services and give you a cautious recommendation. This is not one of those reviews.
In theory, customer loyalty programs are a great way to retain customers and encourage them to come back. However, in practice, loyalty programs don’t always end up the way you envision. If you find that your program is sluggish or unsuccessful, don’t despair.
I love that February has four perfect weeks and that it starts on a weekend, giving me time to get started each week, and report on Fridays. Come join the challenge to declutter your digital life! We can give each other support and check on our progress weekly.
When you hear the term “search engine optimization” or “SEO”, most people think right away of Google. But you should also optimize your resume even if you never post it anywhere, even if the only thing you do with that resume is submit it once to a single job opening. Here is why.
Making money for the things you’re already doing online? It may seem too good to be true, but it’s not! InboxDollars is an online loyalty club that pays you cash for a variety of online activities.
An opportunity to boost profit margin exists in the cloud. Cloud-based tools help businesses save money, streamline operational efficiency and improve business security. Other cloud benefits include remote location work, spam filtering and online storage.
Catherine Mchugh is the author of Ever Changing Scenery where she inspires people to make every day an adventure. Get a glimpse of how her adventures unfold thru Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest; and learn how you can turn every single day into small and big adventures as well.
Being on a budget does not mean that you have to drive a bicycle, live in a tent under a bridge, and wear strings with pebbles tied to them as jewelry. There are some big-ticket items that even people on tight budgets need to have in order to make it in many parts of the country.
2015 has arrived, and from the perspective of our wallets, we’re on the right side of Christmas. In the coming months we can look forward to the return of financial stability, because even if Christmas gift-buying wasn’t a feature in your winter schedule, turning up the heating must have been.