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Is the “Manager Special” Ever a Good Idea?
Tue, 09/21/10 | 12 Comments
Is the “Manager Special” Ever a Good Idea?

“The Daily Special”
When I worked in the restaurant business back in high school as a busboy at a pancake house (no shame in that), I remember walking back in the kitchen and seeing a table …

10 Fun Summer Activities for Under $10 that you May Have Forgot About
Mon, 08/23/10 | 6 Comments
10 Fun Summer Activities for Under $10 that you May Have Forgot About

Summer Fun Can be Cheap
August is almost over, and that means there’s about two good months of summer left if you’re in a northern climate. Live it up before the cold and snow rolls in, …

70% of Americans want to be Self-Employed. What is Stopping you?
Mon, 08/16/10 | 15 Comments
70% of Americans want to be Self-Employed. What is Stopping you?

There’s a huge gap in the United States between the percentage of Americans that ARE self-employed and the percentage of American’s that WANT to be self-employed. Let’s take a look at the numbers.
Percentage of Americans …

The Top Ten Cities for Young Professionals
Mon, 07/26/10 | 26 Comments
The Top Ten Cities for Young Professionals

Kiplinger recently rated its picks for the top 10 Best Cities for Young Adults. The factors that they took into consideration when compiling this ‘best’ list were:
1. healthy economies fueling new job growth
2. large percentages …

First Date: How Much Should you Spend?
Wed, 07/14/10 | 13 Comments
First Date: How Much Should you Spend?

Who Should Pay for the First Date – Taken to the Next Level
One of the most heated discussions elicited from any post EVER on 20somethingfinance came as a result of an analysis I did on …

Stop Wasting Money on Electricity! Your Guide to Identifying & Unplugging Standby Power Appliances
Thu, 07/1/10 | 12 Comments
Stop Wasting Money on Electricity! Your Guide to Identifying & Unplugging Standby Power Appliances

Roughly 10% or more of your electrical bill comes from appliances that you have ‘turned off’. Not pissed yet? Try this – according to the U.S. Department of Energy, 75% of appliance energy use comes …


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