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How to Excel When You Have Toxic Co-workers
The only person you can control is yourself, so start ignoring the obnoxious person in the next cubicle.
7 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Mortgage
Getting ready to buy your first home? This is an exciting time, but it can also be an overwhelming one. Even though taking out a mortgage on a home is something that you probably...
Financial Advice for Single Ladies
Originally posted on SheKnows.com by Samantha Paxson, Chief Experience & Marketing Officer (CXMO), CO-OP Financial Services While more than 57 million single women now live in the U.S., it’s safe to say that the majority of these ladies aren’t what our parents used to call “spinsters.” As Redbook Magazine noted recently, women can be both single and happy.... Read More »
Top 10 Contractor Hiring Tips for Homeowners
Your home is probably your most valuable asset. Properly maintaining your home is a key factor in the retention and growth of its value. This factor is one reason why it is important to hire highly qualified contractors when making major repairs or renovations to your home. The following 10 key rules should be followed …
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Second Home Loans: How to Qualify and What You Need to Know
Whether you’re a homebuyer, looking to refinance or interested in a reverse mortgage, Open Mortgage can bring you closer to home.
5 smart ways to rid yourself of debt
Digging yourself out from under a mountain of debt can seem almost impossible, but many have done it, and you can, too. Here are five ways to rid yourself of debt to consider.
Why Do Dimensional Fund Advisors Play Big Brother?
I got my driving license when I was 16 years old. It was my ticket to freedom. I could ask a girl to the movies and pick her up from her home. I no longer had to beg my dad for a ride. The license listed
What’s the best age to retire?
Retirement columnist BOSTON (MarketWatch)—If you’re going to do it—retire, that is—you might as well do it at the right age. And doing it at the right age, according to the authors of a soon-to-be published paper, involves a bit of homework Retiring at the optimal age should not be left to chance, according to Kenn Tacchino, a professor of taxation and financial planning at Widener University, and Patricia Tacchino, co-authors of a soon-to-be-published paper in Benefits Quarterly Rather, choosing a retirement age needs to be a rational decision that accounts for a variety of confusing and competing consideration, the Tacchinos wrote. And to reach a rational decision, the authors say, would-be retirees would benefit from…