There are specific upgrades that make your home more attractive, speeding up the sales process. To gain useful market information, prospective sellers should visit other homes for sale in the neighborhood to understand what the competition looks like. Sellers must keep in mind that selling a home is competitive and that their house must measure up quality-wise in that neighborhood.
Curb appeal is the first impression
Given that the first impression a potential…Continue
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The process to become a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) starts from enrolling in a CNA training program. The program is a short-term course offered through various technical and educational institutions that lasts for four to six weeks. After the training, passing the certification exam is necessary to have the license. The cost of the training bears no resemblance throughout the states and training institutes. It may be in the range of $300 to $1200. Any specialization…Continue
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Economists and business commentators are increasingly concerned about the high levels of debts carried by Americans.
Danny Singh “financial whiz kid” is not taking this issue lightly.
"The amount of Americans in debt seems to be increasing every year and that to me is a huge issue. We need to focus on spreading financial literacy," says 19-year-old Danny Singh. But this self-taught financial…Continue
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Saturday, April 21st was the…Continue
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Thursday, April 5, 2012 Shay Olivarria was pleased to present financial education workshop “Creating a Foundation for Wealth” based on her book 10 Things College Students Need to Know About…Continue
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In hard times I’ve often found comfort from Mick Jagger crooning, “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, well, you just might find, you get what you need.” Thanks, Mick! You are so right, man. Everything’s gonna be just fine.
Those words soothed me when…Continue
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With so many unemployed using one’s time wisely can seem like a lost cause. For one even though there is a sense of urgency to figure out what the next move will be the feeling of defeat can set in before you have time to grasp your bearings. Offset your down time by being persistent. You may experience some no’s in the employment game but determination and some resourcefulness will enable you to reach your goal of…Continue
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Wrote about balancing the household budget on my blog today. Looking for helpful tips and tricks; please checkout the post and share your thoughts! http://therippleeffect2009.wordpress.com
I am writing an unusual blog…for me, today. First of all, I’m posting on a Tuesday. Second of all, this will be more of a query than my usual style. But I think this topic is relevant for all…Continue
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Raise your hand if you save money in your savings account and then transfer it to your checking account so often that you don’t actually end up saving any money. Put your hand down! Your co-workers are looking at you!
What’s a money market account?
A money market account is an uber-savings account. You put money in and take money out using a debit card and/or checks just like a savings account. You can only make a specific number of deposits and…
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This morning as I was reading my way through the blogosphere, I read this post on “The Importance of Money Education for Latina Women“. I was surprised to see that the sites that were noted were about couponing and tips for new moms. Where were the sites for the high school students? The college students? The average professional that wanted a few tips on retirement, opening an account at a credit union, or growing their emergency…Continue
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