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One more for the road...

The nature of friendship has been the subject of my musings of late, and a discussion on the theme with an old housemate led me to recall an experience from almost 15 years ago. 1,640 more words


Money Matters: How to start a savings habit

Looking to save some money? In this week’s Money Matters, Andy Mattingly from FORUM Credit Union helps you get in the habit of saving money. 17 more words

Money Matters

Week In Review: August 14 - 20, 2014


I’m throwing-it-back this Thursday (#TBT) to last week’s posts (see below).

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Global Living & Lifestyle Design

Millennials, Money and Marriage

Paul Robins and Bethany Crouch speak with Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach, to find out why Millennials are waiting longer to get married. For more financial information go to: … 19 more words


10 Great Work-at-Home Jobs

By Caitlin Dewey
These days, working at home isn’t just a pipe dream — it’s an economic necessity. The Great Recession forced more than 300,000 stay-at-home moms to return to work. 1,415 more words

Money Matters

UPS Stores Customer Data Hacked; Sacramento Store on the List


The UPS Store has discovered a computer breach at 51 locations.

UPS said that the hacking had escaped detection at stores in 24 states, or around 1% of its locations. 285 more words

Local News

The Five-Figure Bicycle—Who Am I To Judge

Sound like the Pope don’t I?

Yesterday, Rachel Bachman began her WSJ article “The Rise of the Five-Figure Bicycle” with a bang. “Last year,” she wrote, “Ted Perry dipped into his 401(k) to buy a $20,000 bicycle.” 272 more words