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The Journey to Overcome Financial Stress

The Journey to Overcome Financial Stress If you have ever been faced with paying down high interest debt, you know it can start to feel overwhelming at times; almost as if your debt is simply running your life and you’re just along for the ride. Many people go through times like this and the feeling is very stressful because it…

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Preventing Employee Burnouts

Small companies can have the problem with too much work needing to be done.  Some team members can feel the pressure of feeling that they must do all the work at once, often times burning them out.  Burnouts can result in poor customer experience and a bad feeling in the office.  Richard Hua from Roundleaf Inc. wrote an article that…

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Hiring Tips for Small Firms

Hiring can seem like a nightmare sometimes, especially for smaller firms.  Although any business can have issues hiring new staff members, smaller firms have the added pressure of making sure that each member of their team is going to accurately represent their company.  CEO and owner of Roundleaf Inc. Richard Hua wrote an article for the Huffington Post, Hiring Practices…

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The College Student Guide: How to Not Overspend

While it might sound dramatic, admitting you have a problem with spending money is the first step to stopping and taking control of your own finances. As a college student there are various opportunities to spend money when you might not necessarily have it (or it could have been spent elsewhere). Going Out Nights out at the bar, concerts, eating…

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The True Cost of Credit Card Debt

Kyra thought she’d never get into trouble with her credit cards again, after she’d finally managed to control her spending habits. But when her business fell apart, she found herself facing the same problems again. Balance transfers seemed like the perfect way to ride out the storm. But the debt kept rising and her income could not keep up. The…

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How Credit Can Affect My Interest Rates

Your credit score is the primary factor in determining the interest rates creditors will charge you. Your credit score, good or bad, reflects your credit history. So the higher your credit score, the less of a risk you pose to the lender. If you have a low credit score, creditors will charge higher interest rates, along with fees and deposits,…

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