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A Resolution to Keep: Save more Money

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Almost every New Year, money-related goals rank near the top of resolution lists, right alongside “eat healthier.” The struggle is real. Many try to save money — at least for a few weeks — by bringing a sack lunch to work, driving past their fancy coffee shop or ignoring enticing emails of storewide clearance sales. Read More »

Halting Hackers For The Holidays

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Nearly two-thirds of Americans have heard, read or seen something about online safety and security issues recently, according to StopThinkConnect.org. Yet consumers also say they don’t take steps to stay safe online because they lack information or knowledge. Here are tips to help you enjoy Black Friday, CyberMonday and the Christmas shopping experience without losing your privacy and identity or putting your children’s safety at risk. Read More »

12 Simple Ways to Save Money (Even When You’re Broke)

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Money makes the world go round – we get it. But when you’ve got no disposable income the world turns a bit stagnant and life gets stressful… like, really stressful. You might find it impossible to save money, especially if pinching pennies is new to you or if you think the words “broke” and “savings” cannot logically belong in the same sentence. To help get the ball rolling, follow our helpful tips to get your bank account out of the red and back in black in no time. Read More »

How to Generate Blog Ideas that will Keep Readers Coming Back

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A well-written and regularly updated blog is a great marketing tool for a variety of reasons. A blog drives people to your website, helps you build your personal or company brand, and allows you to develop a relationship with customers or readers. But let’s face it, the blog that you vowed to update every two or three weeks can seem like another mind-numbing chore as time passes and your enthusiasm wanes. What’s worse is that, pretty soon, you start running out of material. After all, you already covered everything obvious and worthwhile, right? What’s left to write about? Read More »