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    Mac vs. PC: Which Works Best for You?

    Mac vs. PC: Which Works Best for You?
    It says a lot about our society that one of the most contentious pop culture debates is between buying a Mac or a PC. Not between which sugary cola is the best, or if a light beer has “great taste” or is “less filling,” but what computer one should work, play, and — in some cases — live on. Not that ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    The ABCs of Managing Money

    The ABCs of Managing Money
    Budgeting isn't always easy - but it doesn't have to be impossible. And it's worth it. You'll live with less worry now, and endure less headache later on. Luckily, the Geezeo blog has come up with some basic money management strategies that are as simple as ABC. Follow their guidelines to squash your debt, start saving, and stop wasting money. ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rated: +17
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    Hitting the Personal Financial Reset Button

    Hitting the Personal Financial Reset Button
    A BW senior correspondent details his quest to repair his retirement portfolio and get his family's finances in order It could have been worse. At the end of February—a year and change since my wife and I had shifted our money to professional wealth management advisers—our equity holdings were down 48% for the 16 months they had managed it. But our ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rate This
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    Fair Tips, Fair Pay? Not in a Recession.

    Fair Tips, Fair Pay? Not in a Recession.
    Restaurants say 45,000 jobs are at risk if waiters' pay law is changed. The restaurant industry is warning that 45,000 jobs could be cut unless the U.K. government delays plans to outlaw the use of tips to "top up" below-minimum wages. After The Independent's "fair tips, fair pay" campaign, ministers pledged last July to stop restaurants from using tips and service ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rate This
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    Financial Doors Can Open for College Applicants that Plan Ahead

    Financial Doors Can Open for College Applicants that Plan Ahead
    Ripple effects of a dour economy are making this college application season as nerve-wracking for some admissions officers as it is for applicants. But for savvy families, there may be new opportunities. "A lot of schools are going to be concerned about meeting their requisite enrollment thresholds," says Barmak Nassirian of the American Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers. "They ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rated: +1