Adrian College: Get A Good Job Or We’ll Pay Your Loans

The collective student loan debt in the US has topped $1.2 trillion, leaving many graduates in a deep financial hole. Combined with a jobs picture that is improving but still relatively weak, that financial hole can seem insurmountable. One small college in Michigan has taken a unique step to prevent their graduates from falling into…
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How To Overcome Whiny Children And Pushy Salesmen During The Holidays

Do you feel like life’s doormat on occasion? A lack of assertiveness may contribute to this feeling and cost you money in several ways through the general inability to say “no.” Assertiveness is not aggression – aggression is more of a dominant attitude. In other words, if I am aggressive, I will win at your…
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Oprah Goes On A $45 Million Diet

Weight Watcher’s Stock Soars after Oprah’s Support It must be nice to go on a diet and make $45 million as a result. There is only one person in America who can pull off that trick — Oprah Winfrey. The media mogul has gone on diets in the public eye before, but never one quite…
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Paying For Fish That You Don’t Get

New Study Shows 43% of Salmon Mislabeled Do you prefer wild-caught salmon or the farm-raised variety? If you prefer wild-caught, you are probably paying more for the privilege. In that case, a new study from the environmental group Oceana suggests that you may not always be getting what you are paying for. Oceana tested the…
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How ADU’s Can Improve Your Retirement

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) can go by many names – backyard cottages, carriage houses, granny flats, mother-in-law flats, ancillary units, and many more – but whatever you call them, their general concept is to provide a separate living space within the same single-family property. ADU’s are smaller, self-contained dwellings or living areas built within the…
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