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How Renovate Your House With No Money

Tips and Tricks to Renovate Your House With No Money

The condition of our home has a significant impact on our lives and our attitudes, as well as its value, which can have a profound effect on our finances. When we feel comfortable in our home, we feel good about ourselves, and we feel right about the state of our lives.

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Posted by Michelle Flores / Nov 27, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Big Life on a Small Budget


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Posted by Janie O'Brien / Nov 5, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner


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The Benefits Of Vocational Education : Chance for a Better Future

The traditional route that’s often recommended for high school students in the United States is to graduate from high school, then attend college. But there are also other ways for high school students to explore their potential career path, such as attending vocational education.

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Sep 4, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner


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Posted by Janie O'Brien / Jul 31, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner


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How Money Changes Our Behavior

Greed is Good Some great representations in Hollywood of the “rich vs. bad” person are Gordon Gecko, Mr. Burns, and Scrooge McDuck. They are very consumed with greed, and they show no compassion and few morals. But how exactly money changes our behavior?

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Posted by John Loff / May 7, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Finance and Psychology


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Posted by Janie O'Brien / Apr 25, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner


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15 Exciting And Affordable Vacations You Can Take in 2020

How to find inexpensive vacations? Does your mind drift to remote beaches of white sand, swaying palms and turquoise waters? Or are you the adventurous type that might like an exhilarating safari through the jungles of Borneo or Africa?

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Apr 20, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Big Life on a Small Budget


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Top 5 Board Games That Teach Financial Literacy

The day to day monotony of managing our money is something of a chore for many of us. We spend our lives juggling income and expenditure while hoping to set aside a bit of money for a rainy day. But who said that learning about financial responsibility can’t be fun? And who said we need to save for that rainy day? Perhaps on that rainy day, we should get out the board games and get the family around the table for a bit of financial fun.

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Posted by Rich Evans / Apr 10, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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10 Reasons Why You Should NOT Borrow Money from Friends & Family

As well as obtaining a loan from banks and lending companies, for whatever reason, you also have the option of asking friends and family for assistance. Unlike when borrowing on an official basis, there are no set guidelines on how or even IF interest would be charged, nor would there be any repayment schedule or loan terms.

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Posted by John Loff / Jan 29, 2018 / 4 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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Meet our Achiever: Amanda Rivera!

Name: Amanda Rivera School: Calhoun Community College, Huntsville AL Major: General Studies Concentration: Elementary Education

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Posted by Janie O'Brien / Jan 25, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Student's Corner