Long before TLC’s “Extreme Couponing” got everyone hyped up on saving money by clipping coupons and building a big grocery stockpile, many people were already reaping the benefits of saving money with coupons or online saving tools.
Do you monitor and analyze your credit report? If you don’t, you should. Being aware of your credit score is crucial as your credit determines your eligibility for large purchases like a car, home or personal loan.
The National Center for Education Statistics predicts that more than 1.6 million students will graduate with bachelor’s degrees this year, which means competition for entry-level interviews is fierce and candidates should welcome any advantage.
There’s a lot of information on the web about preparing for an interview, but I find most of it unhelpful. Here are some real-life, tried and true tips for rocking an interview.
Congratulations — there’s a job offer on the table with your name on it. Now all you have to do is convince your employer to pay you what you want.
I would watch with envy as my friends booked trips to Miami, Jamaica and other such warm weather hot spots where you could spend your entire spring break lounging around and indulging to your heart’s desire.
Are you a diligent saver? A penny pincher? You probably have your own tips and tricks for saving a chunk of cash here or squeezing the last bit out of a dollar there.
I’ve been too loose with my money. This week I bought a new bike, made accommodations for a trip to Disneyland and spent more money on dinners out than I do on an entire month of groceries.
The road to self-employment and self-sufficiency isn’t always paved in gold. In fact, it is often windy, dusty, and full of pot holes.