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6 tips to avoid over spending

Holiday occasions bring smiles and enthusiasm in thousands of people as they celebrate by exchanging gifts and inviting people for a feast. This sometimes can lead to overspending, thus making a household budget jeopardized.

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Britain's weirdest, but highest paid jobs

There are unbelievably weird jobs popping up in Britain that pays a ridiculously high amount of money. According to Unum, looking for the right candidates for these particular jobs may take time since they require more specific skills compared to other typical work. One example is the tea taster, which requires the applicant to be good at identifying the different ingredients in a cup of tea.

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Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow Talk About Her Goop in Innovation Festival

Goop was established in 2008 as lifestyle pubication with a theme to encourage its reader to nourish the inner aspect. Founder, Gwyneth Paltrow and Goop CEO Lisa Gersh speak in a The Fast Company Innovation Festival moderated by journalist Katie Couric.

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Pope Francis

Pope Francis urges Catholics to put down technology at the dinner table

Pope Francis urged Catholics on Wednesday to avoid using smartphones and other technological devices at the dinner table. Mashable reported that Pope Francis told the audiences at the St. Peter's Square in Vatican City to set aside technology when eating meals and talk face-to-face to encourage togetherness and connection, which is very important for a family.

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“Bank of Mom and Dad” offers solution for millennials to buy a home

The millennial generation, those in the 18 - 34 age range, have been slow to enter the home buying market. Sidelined by student loan debts, high unemployment, and tighter mortgage credit, millennials have a different outlook on home ownership as other generations have in the past.

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Keep your credit score high and debt low

It is a well-known fact that interest continuously accumulate on your credit card amount with time, raising the loan you owe to the credit card company. Consumers have a solution to this problem in order to maintain a good credit score and to avoid the burden of debt entirely. What they only have to do is use their credit card wisely and follow some simple rules.

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Millennials living with parents increased, study shows

A new study reveals that the number of millennials living with housemates increased significantly by 39 percent. Make Room is a campaign that aims to end the housing crisis in America.

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Computer user

The Top 6 Advantages of having a Home-Based Business

Home-based businesses have proven to be one of the best business start-ups. With a good goal-setting attitude and strong discipline, one can easily enjoy the benefits that home-based business brings.

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A financial planner’s tips to trim your holiday budget

Holiday is the most wonderful time of the year. But it can also be the most stressful, especially on our financials. For many people, the holiday also means lots of spending.

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Age does really matter in achieving financial success

Whether it's for an emergency fund, a college education, or a comfortable retirement, it's important to have savings. It's a crucial step in taking control of your financial life and can even have positive effects to other areas such as your emotional and physical wellbeing.

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Making The Great “Goodbye, Job” a Better “Hello, Opportunities”

Whatever your reason on why you have to leave your current job doesn't matter. It's about your response. When doing a work exit, most employees are usually overwhelmed in the situation they are in. May your reason be a dreadful working environment, tyrannical hierarchy, or a new, greener field you are excited to be yourself in, you have to remember that leaving is not just all about you-- it is for every person in the room as well.

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These 10 cities consider short work hours as source of pride

In America, employees work an average of almost 47 hours a week and rather choose to have more flexible time on the job than less time. Normally a full-time employee works 40 hours or more in a week but at some Swedish firms, work period is cut to 30 hours. Studies showed that lesser hours of work makes employees more productive and promotes better morale, according to CNN Money.

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World Bank sees global poverty to slip below 10% for first time

The percentage of poor people in the global population is expected to fall below 10 percent in 2015 for the first time, according to the forecast made by World Bank.

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Working mother

Working Mothers Magazine cited excellent companies for working moms

It's no longer unusual if you see working mothers in the office, streets, or restaurants. With the high cost of living, children's education, and bills to pay, couples should help each other to make both ends meet.

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Smartest ways to budget baby spending for new parents

Raising a baby is expensive. First-time parents could easily get lost navigating across tedious budgeting task for their baby. Huffington Post reported that the US Department of Agriculture found out that the middle-income family spends an average of $13,000 during the first year of a baby.

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