Don’t Lose Money to Burnout by Setting Boundaries at Work

In a world of remote work, the blurred physical boundaries between personal and professional life make it challenging to avoid stress and burnout. With 54 percent of workers in a Pew Research Center survey wanting to work from home even after the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to learn how to establish a healthy and balanced life. Whether you’re in office, remote, or a hybrid of the two, setting

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9 Affordable Ways To Take Care Of Your Mental Health

They say that nothing is more important than your mental health – but tell that to an empty bank account. It’s easy to spout platitudes about getting the help you need, but everyone has a financial reality to deal with. Your mental health is unlikely to improve If you can’t pay bills or put food on the table, so the help you need and help you can afford

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Why You Should Save For Your Retirement Before For Your Kids’ College

Choosing where to put your savings is a question that does not have a simple answer that works for everyone. Deciding how much of your discretionary dollars to put towards retirement savings, college expenses, life insurance, an emergency fund and other buckets of money will vary depending on your unique financial situation. Here are a few arguments for prioritizing saving for retirement ahead of saving for your kids’

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Everything You Need To Know About Scholarships

I talk to a lot of people with student loan debt, and I tend to hear the same thing over and over: “I wish I had applied for more scholarships.” When you’re still in school, loan debt doesn’t feel like “real” money. It’s not until you graduate and start making loan payments that you realize the difference an extra few thousand dollars can make – or even just

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How to Deal with Financial Anxiety During the Pandemic

With the pandemic showing no signs of slowing down you are probably one among millions across the country reeling from lockdowns and the resultant stress. Some of the basic symptoms of financial anxiety include depression, frustration, inability to cope, general lack of interest, social withdrawal etc.  It is important to recognize and acknowledge these symptoms right at the outset and find ways to deal with it. Therefore, we

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How to Improve Your Credit Score to Get a Personal Loan

Personal loans are an incredible financial tool. They’re speedy, secure, convenient, and best of all, they can be used for just about anything you can think of. Consolidating debt, making improvements to your home, covering unexpected expenses, paying for a special occasion, taking a getaway vacation… the list goes on.  If you’ve been considering taking out a personal loan, here are a few tips you can use to

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