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June 22nd – Paying Your Dues

I recently counseled a brilliant young woman who had been having a tough time in the dating world (for all of the reasons why it can be tough to date). But then she had encountered two different guys who had potential—who then bailed on her when she told them about the $100,000 in student debt she had after finishing her PhD.

Pretty harsh, right? Well, yes—and no. You see, there are only a few 4-letter words out there that I don’t like, and here’s one of them: D-E-B-T. It can be […]

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The Real Deal on the “R” Word: Refinancing

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Pay Me Back, B$@#%!

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How to Avoid 7 Common Rookie Mistakes When Starting Your Own Business

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How to Handle a Credit Card Dispute Like a Pro

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7 Ways to Make Your Commute Your B****

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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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Marie Claire
USA Today