For many of us, the start of a new year means more than just a bunch of looming resolutions; it means more money. In fact, recent data indicates that U.S. employees across the board will be celebrating salary increases in 2016, to the tune of 2.7 percent or possibly more. But before you take that […]
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Since some of us learn better by hearing bad examples — so let’s talk about four critical things to avoid when trying to maintain a positive image for your startup.
So you’ve rented your first apartment as a full-grown adult person. It’s affordable, it’s somewhat small and it’s yours — well, yours, and your three roommates’
Recent college graduates are more in debt than ever before. When you combine substantial credit card debt with crippling student loan payments, it may look like that financially secure future is moving farther and farther away.