Archive for August, 2015

Back-to-School Sale Avoidance Continues

Back-to-School Sale Avoidance Continues

Americans have been avoiding back-to-school sales, and the trend seems to be getting worse for retailers. According to an ongoing shopper behavior study conducted by The Integer Group and M/A/R/C Research, the number of consumers who indicated that they would not be shopping back-to-school increased by 7% last year, to 36%. As fewer shoppers are […]

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Credit Card Interest

Credit Card Interest

A “Hidden” Tax – That’s Right in Your Wallet Do you know how much interest you’re paying on your credit cards? If your answer is, “um, no” you are not alone. This is exactly what credit card companies are counting on. LendingTree – a company that runs an online loan marketplace, recently surveyed more than […]

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Sun, Fun and Not-for-Profit Banking

Summer is a great time to relax, catch some rays, and join a credit union. Now, that last one may seem out of place, but it really isn’t, since summer is the season for getting a grip on your financial life before heading into the hustle and bustle of fall. Consider making these moves: Consolidate […]

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Restaurant Jobs Are Up Once More

Those looking for work in the restaurant industry have faced a tough job market this year, as the industry added a disappointing number of positions in the first half. However, things have turned around. According to new data from the Department of Labor, and National Restaurant Association Chief Economist Bruce Grindy, restaurant industry job growth […]

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Chocolate is Not Health Food

Well, drat!, is all we can say: It seems that some long-cherished myths about chocolate are just that, myths. It really won’t cure all of your ills, so eating tons of the stuff is really just over-indulgence. Chocolate-maker Mars and Nutrition Director recently set out to set the record straight, and created the following Myth […]

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Get the Most Out of School Uniforms

Get the Most Out of School Uniforms

Schools across the country are moving to school uniforms in an effort to keep the focus at school on learning – not the latest fashion trends. However, many students’ parents have voiced concern over school uniforms, including that they restrict individualism and dampen student creativity. Many parents are also concerned at the overall cost of […]

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Back-to-School Budgeting

Back-to-School Budgeting

Author: Michelle Izmaylov While the holidays are infamous for devouring your hard-earned greens, there’s another time each year that blesses your money with wings to find new roosts in the pockets of store owners. That’s right: back to school season. Unfortunately this year, college students who are typically hovering on the edge of debt are […]

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The Uncomfortable Issue of Life Insurance

The Uncomfortable Issue of Life Insurance

The idea of buying life insurance is unsettling to many people. It touches on the unpredictability of life, and how the “best laid plans” can go awry when tragedy strikes a family, and someone dies before their time. Maybe this is why there are 20 million American households with dependent children either don’t have any […]

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