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From Layoff to New Career: 15 Transition Tips

It happens after decades of steady employment. You hear the words “Thank you for all your years of service. We’re shutting down the company. It’s over.” There’s no way to prepare for those words. No industry or job market is safe and no one is immune. When your boss calls you in and begins the conversation with “You’ve been a …

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Why Your Store Needs To Transition To eCommerce

eCommerce has taken over the retail and wholesale industry in just a few quick years. As brick-and-mortar becomes less relevant within the industry, brands have no choice but to move their store to the virtual shopping world. For the past year, I have experienced this incredible transition and how fast it’s growing. Working for a major SAAS company in the …

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3 Habits of Net-Worth Millionaires – How the Millionaire Mindset Can Help Get Your Finances on Track

What images come to mind when you hear the word millionaire? Big house, fancy car, posh neighborhood, shoes for every day of the month? What if I told you all these things aren’t an accurate representation of the average millionaire? Hogwash you say? In the late 80’s, early 90’s Dr. Thomas Stanley and Dr. William Danko did a decades-long research …

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6 Ways Parents Can Make a Little Extra Money

Does it always seem like your paycheck disappears as soon as you get it? For many working parents, that’s exactly the case: rent or mortgage, car payments, insurance, retirement fund, extra-curricular activities for kids, Christmas….the list could go on and on. But, instead of worrying about how you’re going to pay for your son’s second broken arm this year or …

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A Short Guide to Setting up your First Restaurant

According to RestaurantOwner.com opening a restaurant costs on average $275,000, a whopping amount of cash. When it comes to starting your first restaurant business, many people feel inspired to take the plunge but unfortunately the majority don’t know how, don’t have any experience, and will likely not succeed. Reality is that setting up a restaurant takes intense preparation and hundreds …

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Be Smart When Choosing a Business Name

Today we feature a guest post from a good friend, Matthew Hartmann. Thanks for contributing to All the Frugal Ladies, Matt! Names matter more than we realize. Starting a business takes a lot of planning. From raising the necessary finances to hiring appropriate staff, there is a lot to consider when opening your own business. One detail that is not …

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Are women taking more chances with their money?

The feminist revolution made big waves in the 1960’s following women’s emancipation and growing role in the workforce. However, albeit the passing of more than 60 years, women in the 21st century are still suffering from economic, social and cultural gaps that carry political, economic and social repercussions. One of these gaps is the financial gap; it is a well-known …

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Need Some Extra Cash? Become a Driver for Deliv.co!

I’m loving the power of community-based apps that don’t only provide consumers with great deals, but most importantly, they give the rest of us an employment opportunity to make some extra money on the side. Let me introduce to you my newest find, Deliv. If you’ve never heard of Deliv, well, buckle up, because you will soon be hearing about their …

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How to Make Your Career Change A Financial Success

So you’re planning a career change. That’s great! That usually means a happier and better-rounded you. It can also mean a change in paycheck. Sometimes, however, that paycheck change isn’t for the better. Check out these ways you can make sure that it is for the better and that your career change leaves you coming out ahead money wise. Pursue …

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Why a Professional Resume Writer Is Worth the Money

In theory, writing a resume should be easy. After all, it’s technically just a list of all the cool stuff you’ve done, and how well you’ve done it, right? Unfortunately, it’s not quite that simple. A poorly written resume doesn’t effectively demonstrate why you’re the best person for the position and increases the likelihood that your application will be tossed …

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