Women & Money: How to Increase Your Income by Asking For What You Want

Working with some of the best business people in the game, both men and women, has led me to a conclusion. The difference between successful businesspeople and those who just get by is the ability to ask for and receive what you want. It’s something that so few of us, especially women are willing to do. When it comes to making the ask in business, statistics show that women don’t do it enough.

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5 of the Best Apps for a Tight Budget

The word budget evokes dreadful emotions for many people. It is not surprising to know that only one in three people maintain a household budget. With a multitude of options to monitor your spending and attaining your financial goals, managing your budget has become quite convenient. Let’s look at five of the best apps for a tight budget (or finances):

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How to do an Annual Insurance Review

Every year, Americans spend thousands of dollars on insurance. In fact, according to a report done by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans spent about $9,359 on insurance in 2015. That’s a lot of money to give away to insurance companies! This is why it’s very important ensure that what you pay for actually covers your needs. About once per year, set aside time to review your insurance.

Reasons to review

There are several reasons why you should review your insurance each year, but here are a few common things to look for:Read More

5 Ways to Stop a Student Loan Wage Garnishment

Your wages are being garnished for a defaulted student loan. You need it to stop. Here’s how to stop an administrative garnishment quickly.

You’re looking at your paycheck. It’s short. There’s a garnishment. You don’t know what you’re being garnished for so you call HR. The HR rep tells you the garnishment is for a defaulted federal student loan. You’re not sure what to do but you know you need it to stop. You google: How to stop an administrative wage garnishment. Now you’re here.Read More

3 Ways to Save Money on Prescriptions

This post is in partnership with SearchRx.

The U. S Pharmaceutical industry is worth an estimated $413 billion U.S. dollars. Wellness is big business. Our evolving medical conditions and concerns often require prescription drugs. As elected officials determine the fate of the Affordable Healthcare Act, the price of prescription drugs continues to skyrocket. For some, access to prescription drugs improves their quality of life, and for others there drugs are life saving. These life-saving and life-enhancing medications can come with a hefty price tag.

Here are a few things you can do to save money on prescriptions:

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