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Spring-Cleaning Financial Clutter

Is a financial check-up on your Spring-Cleaning list? Once you’ve tidied your lawn and emptied that out-of-control closet, let some fresh air into your home office and use these six tips to freshen up how you spend, save, and plan for the future.

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How Does Your Retirement Savings Compare to Other People Your Age?

“How am I doing?” That’s a big question that most people have when it comes to their money. One way we tend to look for answers is by comparing what we have to what our neighbors, friends, and family, have. Even though we know deep down that “the grass is always greener on the other side,” it can be hard to look away when our phones, computers, and TVs are practically forcing us to make these comparisons.

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Are You Getting the Most from Your Employee Benefits?

Your paycheck pays the bills, but the total benefits you receive can have just as big of an impact on how you feel about the work you do and how that work affects life for you and your family. Here are four ways that your benefits can boost your total compensation.

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Thinking About Starting a Business?
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Thinking About Starting a Business?

Some would-be entrepreneurs look at a displaced business landscape and see trouble. Others see an opportunity: the chance to become owner and CEO of the company they’ve always wanted to start.

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What Did You Learn Today?

t’s never been easier for adults to continue to learn after completing their formal education. Online universities, TED talks, “master classes,” podcasts, and even curated YouTube playlists put world-class professionals, teachers, and thinkers literally at our fingertips.

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Choosing the Best College

Many students and parents start their college search by creating a long list of potential schools. Narrowing down that list isn’t always as fun, but getting the most Return on Life from college requires families to balance dreams and practicalities. Start focusing your own college search by answering these three important questions with your high schooler.

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