3 Tips To Help You Stop Living Paycheck To Paycheck

Posted on: 23 February 2015

According to CNN, 76% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. If you are stuck in this trap, there are ways to get out, but you will need to make some changes with the ways you handle your money. The problem with living paycheck to paycheck is that you could end up in financial trouble each time an unexpected expense comes up. Taking cash advance loans is a great way to get through these times, but these loans do not solve the root problem.
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Moving For Work? 2 Things You Should Ask Your Employer To Pay For

Posted on: 12 February 2015

Has your boss recently asked you to move for work? Once you hear the words "relocation package," you might be ready to sign on the dotted line and schedule your move with the corporate movers. However, that package might be more all-inclusive than you think. Here are two things you should ask your employer to pay for, and how they can help you later: 1: A House Finding Trip When you find out you will be moving to a new place, you might whip out your computer and start scouring satellite images of the area.
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Personal Property Isn't All That You Risk In A Home Burglary: Don't Let A Thief Take Your Identity, Too

Posted on: 4 February 2015

If you are like most people, you probably assume the greatest risk from a home burglary is a loss of personal property or injury to your family. While these are real concerns, they might not represent your biggest risk. According to Bankrate identity theft is also a concern when an intruder accesses your home and may cause you more damage than a loss of personal property. Here are some ways to protect yourself from identity theft if someone does break into your home.
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Refrigerators: The Major Appliance Most Folks Forget To Maintain

Posted on: 27 January 2015

Almost all major appliances have a common series of tasks that people perform to keep them running well. Ovens need to be cleaned, water heaters need to be flushed, and furnaces need inspections and filter changes now and then. However, most people forget to perform any type of routine maintenance on their refrigerators. When this is the case, refrigeration units can last much less than their average of 13-19 years. Fortunately, it's fairly simple to ensure your refrigerator's long life by performing a few recurring tasks on a regular basis.
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