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It’s All Good News with Obamacare – Or Is It???
There’s nothing to fear folks because our healthcare crisis has been solved. It’s all good news with Obamacare. That’s the word from the US Census Bureau. According to their data, the number of uninsured in America has been falling steadily for at least the past three years. Is that what’ Continue Reading
Las Vegas Shooting – Thoughts on Why These Tragedies Are Becoming More Common
The Las Vegas shooting – just the latest episode of Murder and Mayhem, American Style – has left 59 dead, and some 500 wounded. The details are still being unwound, and it’s unlikely we’ll get any conclusive answers given that the shooter killed himself. Like everyone else, I have no idea wh Continue Reading
Making Work-At-Home Work For You
There probably isn’t a soul in the workforce who hasn’t dreamed of the possibility of a comfy work-at-home arrangement. Today I want to play devil’s advocate on this topic. There are so many incredible benefits to work-at-home, but it’s important to understand the limitations as well. Not to Continue Reading
Staying Motivated When You’re Stuck in Neutral
If you feel stuck in your job, it can be exhausting just staying motivated every day. Now might not be the best time to make a job or career change, but does that mean you have to sit where you’re at and just tough it out until the skies open up and a better opportunity comes along? Don’t go qui Continue Reading
Jobs Advertised But NO Jobs – What’s Up With That???
Have you ever applied for a job that you were perfectly qualified for, but got no response? That’s become the new normal – jobs advertised but no jobs. Not only is this a practical problem – that you need an income from the job – but it also hits on a personal level. If you send out enough r Continue Reading
4 Ways to Use Your Credit Cards to Increase your Credit Score
One of the things you will want to do is work to have a high credit rating. This can drastically affect a lot of your financial transactions in the future. Of course, having credit cards can either hurt or help your overall score. The average credit card debt per household is $16,883. Being aware of Continue Reading
7 Ways to Save Money at Home
Who wouldn't want to have a little more money at the end of every month? Unless you can simply walk into your boss' office and demand a raise, one of the easiest ways to end up with more money in your bank every month is to make the most out of the funds that you're already making. That is, save mon Continue Reading
Equifax Breach Shows How Ridiculously Complicated Everything Has Become
So now we have a breach of our identities, one that we were powerless to prevent. That’s 143 million of us, including – as recently confirmed – yours truly. 143 million identities are now floating around unaccounted for somewhere in cyberspace. All because we were involuntarily enrolled in the Continue Reading
Top 5 Money Conscious Data Plans For Every Internet User
More than 75% of the population own a smartphone, and about 45% consistently connect to the internet throughout the day, the American Psychological Association has revealed. People are using more data today than in the past few years as the mobile platform expands. That's why there's a real need to Continue Reading
Selling Your Skills on the Open Market
I often promote starting a side business as a way to either create an additional income, or as a strategy to diversify income sources. But the very term "side business" may be intimidating to a lot of people who have never been self-employed. But a side business - like any form of self-employment - Continue Reading