What are Some Red Flags to Know About When House-Hunting?


When you’re looking for a #house, you know all the things you want. We’ve got a list of the things that should make you walk away. Watch out for sloping floors, saggy ceilings or doors that don’t close right. Air fresheners should tip you off as to what they’re hiding, and a price below market value should make you worry, as well. Substandard shingles and poor ventilation are danger signs, especially if the home’s being sold “as is.” Finally, beware of an up-and-coming neighborhood. You might be dealing with a lot of construction, and you don’t know how the area is going to end up.

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Mental Health in the Workplace


The ideal workplace provides a safe environment where employees can do their jobs without fear or intimidation. Unfortunately, though, this is not always the case. Mental health issues are becoming more prevalent in the workplace, with employees experiencing stress, anxiety, depression and burnout on a regular basis. Let’s take a closer look at mental health in the workplace.

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Things Just Got Real! A look at Compound Interest


There are multiple ways to grow your money to help with that savings for the future. Have you heard about compound interest? Learn today how compound interest is a great option to make your money work harder for you!

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Money and Mental Health


Financial #stress is one of the most pernicious problems we deal with, because, well, money is part of so much of our daily life. Debt is one of the biggest causes of money stress, but there are ways to tackle it head-on that will reduce your stress and your debt at the same time! Try a low-interest personal loan to consolidate bills, or use the “Snowball Method” to knock debts out one at a time. Every account to zero out will reduce your stress meter!

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