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Spirit Airlines and Responsible Living—What Can We Learn?

April 15th, 2014 by Sarah

Spirit Airlines is making headlines this month. Despite being voted dead-last in consumer satisfaction polls, Spirit is still the fastest-growing airline in America. How can this be? What’s the secret to Spirit’s success, and what can we learn? Read on to find the answers.

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Is Your Work Undervalued? How to Manage Pay Inequality

April 15th, 2014 by Sarah

Equal pay is a hot topic this month, reigniting the debate surrounding new legislation. Gender and politics aside, what happens when a coworker earns more money? Should you confront your boss? Demand a raise? Quit your job? Read on for an even-tempered strategy. What you learn will help you manage your own situation. continue reading “Is Your Work Undervalued? How to Manage Pay Inequality” »

A Kindergartener’s Guide to Credit Repair

April 10th, 2014 by Sarah

Depending on your childhood, elementary school was either a wonderful experience or an assault on your miniature psyche. Either way, you likely retained some fundamental information about all the major subjects from your teachers. Lucky for you, some of those age-old lessons are just as applicable in your adult life. Follow your kindergarten teacher’s rules on the path to credit repair.

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New Goals: 7 Credit Repair Challenges to Tackle

April 8th, 2014 by Sarah

Credit repair is a cyclical process, filled with legal documents and correspondence during the typical 30-day response time. While you’re waiting for results, why not challenge yourself during the same 30 days? Tackle these goals next month to further your credit repair efforts. Additional action could lead to larger rewards. continue reading “New Goals: 7 Credit Repair Challenges to Tackle” »

Five Little-Known Tax Breaks

April 3rd, 2014 by Sarah

Tax season is around the corner and you’ve probably begun gathering your W-2s, 1099s and other important financial documents. Or not. In fact, roughly 20 percent of Americans are chronic procrastinators, leaving their taxes until the final day of filing. In addition to risking lateness and fees, many also fail to take advantage of the deductions available to them. Don’t allow timing to reduce the full amount of your return. Find the motivation to tackle taxes early this year, making sure to cash in on the little-known deductions related to:

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