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America Saves Week: Saving the Extras

Whether you recently got a raise at your job, a large income tax refund, an inheritance or may just be spending a little too much on non-necessities, it is always wise to try to save your extra cash. If you’re

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America Saves Week 2019: Saving for the Unexpected

Well it’s America Saves week and today’s post is going to talk about one of the most crucial actions to take: saving for the unexpected. What is the unexpected? It might sound simple, but just to clarify, you want to

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Micromanagement Is a Morale Killer

As Monty Python would say, “And now for something completely different!” This week Cesar will be talking about micromanagement and its consequences for morale and productivity. The Micromanaging Supervisor In a previous life I had a supervisor, “Donna”, who needed

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How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution This Year

Each year you choose a New Year’s resolution…whether it’s to lose weight, declutter your house, eat healthier, or exercise more. So many people fall off their resolutions because something gets in the way or they get discouraged due to lack

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Posted in Financial Wellness, How to Guides

‘Tis the Season! ….for fraud

“This can’t be happening to me,” I thought to myself while listening to the voice on the other end of the phone line. My banker proceeded to say that someone had attempted to use my card in Pennsylvania to purchase

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