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May 25th – Look the Part

I don’t know about you, but I was loving the Memorial Day sales going on over the holiday weekend. A pair of classic black pumps for work marked down to $50? A structured white button-down on sale for $40 plus free tailoring? Yes, please! I’m not usually one for shopping—with my schedule, it’s easier to do it all online—but my wardrobe and my wallet came away from the weekend feeling fabulous.

In that spirit, this week is all about looking the part and using your shopping habit to your advantage. That’s right: shopping can be […]

It's the classic Carrie Bradshaw investment strategy (or lack thereof): having a closet full of ... read more
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Can Your Shopping Habit Be a Good Investment?

Shopping, window or otherwise, is something you’re probably well versed in. Still, until now you’ve ... read more
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The Surprising Way Shopping Can Impact Your Portfolio

So you've tested the waters with your passion by practicing part-time and decide that it ... read more
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3 Questions to Ask Yourself to Determine if Your Passion is a Business or a Hobby

Traveling is expensive: Americans spend $137 per night on average for hotel rooms alone, not ... read more
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How to Check In on the Best Deal on Hotel Rooms

I bet you've heard this before: “Renting is like throwing money away!” Well, I couldn't disagree ... read more
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Sneaky Homebuying Fees that You Never Get Back

If you’ve received a medical bill recently, then what I’m about to say likely won’t ... read more
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You CAN and SHOULD Negotiate Your Medical Bills

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Public Company

In short, a company that anyone can buy into. This company has already had its “coming out” party by joining the stock market via an initial public offering (IPO). The biggest advantage to “going public” is the ability to sell stock (which can make the company, its employees, and its shareholders a lot of money). But the downside is that it opens the door to increased regulations and less control for the company’s founders and majority owners.

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