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Is Getting Out of Debt a Mirage for Millennials?

Unlike the older generation of baby boomers who were very conservative and borrowed only when there was an extreme need to do so; the millennials are risk takers and they would borrow to finance anything and everything. Millennials have been branded as high spenders and lovers of luxury beyond their reach; while expecting success in […]

4 Ways to Build Skills for a Better Job

Most people enroll in expensive college courses to learn skills they need to secure high-paying jobs. Unfortunately, there’s no guarantee that a degree secure for you an interesting position that pays you a good salary. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to get the experience that hiring managers look for when hiring […]

Conquer Holiday Stress and Stay Healthy

Entertaining for the holidays? I know, I know, it’s only September, but they are coming up quicker than you might think! You might already have past experience and know how stressful the whole season can be as it is. Trying to get everything done — gift shopping and wrapping, decorations and food — might seem […]

Is Retiring Abroad Financially Feasible for You?

Maybe you’re so fed up with the way of life you know, you’ve been considering turning everything on its head by retiring as an expatriate. Even if your retirement is still several decades away, there are numerous things to do if you’re thinking seriously about retiring in another country. Track Exchange Rates Although this is […]

Why Vacations are Necessary

This past week I went on vacation and it was awesome! The places we traveled were not the most luxurious or extravagant, but the time spent being away from work and the everyday life stressors is what made it so great. Spending a week with my husband and friends of course the best was the […]