20 Tips for Your Workplace Holiday Non-Party

With Thanksgiving over, you’re no doubt beginning to see articles listing do’s and don’ts for the workplace holiday party. Mostly don’ts. Don’t wear a hula skirt or a lampshade; don’t French kiss your boss; don’t do your hip-hop routine (or worse) on the copy machine; don’t drink five appletinis and throw up in the office […]

10 Home Buyer Mistakes to Avoid

It was supposed to be a momentous occasion for Brian, who was about to close on his first home. But after signing a thick stack of documents–and taking part in the ceremonious passing of the keys–something felt off for the then 26-year-old Montgomery County, Md., resident. There wasn’t even a chilled bottle of bubbly or […]

Make Money in 2010

Raises should make a comeback, but keep an updated resume handy. Despite all the talk about economic recovery, you’re probably still anxious about next year’s job market — worried not necessarily about your position but maybe your spouse’s or your adult kids’ or your best pal’s. Your concern is understandable. According to the consensus estimate […]

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How To Detect Counterfeit Money

In order to stay ahead of counterfeiting, the United States government redesigns paper money on a fairly regular basis. The latest installment, a new $100 bill, is slated for unveiling on April 21. The last bill to be redesigned was the $5 bill, issued March 13, 2008. Most notable among recent design changes are the […]

4 Urgent Home Fixes Before You Retire

A leaking roof, a burst pipe or a skyrocketing electric bill are headaches no matter when they happen, but when you’re on a fixed income and unprepared, they can become a financial crisis. Most people 45 and older want to stay in their home as they age, says AARP. If you’re among them, plan for […]

10 Ways to Ease Your Allergies Naturally

While the flowers and warmer temps are welcome signs of spring, sneezing, stuffy noses and watery eyes are mainstays of the season you could probably do without. Yes, pollen and all of their allergy-aggravating friends are back! Try these simple, natural ways to leave allergies—and all the runny noses, dry eyes and wheezing—in the dust. […]

Stop throwing money away

There’s no question that disposable items can be incredibly convenient sometimes. But if you stop and think about it, they’re not all they’re cracked up to be. While it might be quicker to throw something in the trash when you’re done using it than washing it and putting it away, you do have to have […]