Got a new grad in the family? Share some job searching tips from Stefani Macias, Career Counselor at Union Institute and University, where she has been advising students and alumni from various degree programs on career development for four years. Put time into your Resume & Cover Letter. Align your resume and… Read more »
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Manage the logistics and responsibility of family to create a fulfilling holiday.
Saving money and reducing overall household spending is a top priority of American families.
Thinking about becoming a work-from-home mom? Before jumping in, realize it will take a lot of patience, persistance and most of all, discipline.
Never has life taken on as much meaning as when the first baby comes home.
Would you like to get a raise? Start thinking about creating a budget for your household.
The word recession is creeping its way into the nation’s news, but are we prepared to get by on less? Learn to restructure your family’s way of living in order to be more cost-effective.
Do you know what would happen to your children if you were to become incapacitated? Don’t leave their lives in the hands of the courts.
Do you have a plan to make the most of your money? Family investing doesn’t have to be a big expense. Here’s how to make your family’s money work for you…
Teach her financial responsibility, but know when to draw the line. After all, she is still a kid…