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How to Cut Down On Some of Your Key Business Costs
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Did You Know You Can Donate Travel Miles?
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It’s Time to Divide the Family Heirlooms
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Be on the Alert for Coronavirus Scams
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The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Made Some Women Even More Economically Vulnerable

How to Cut Down On Some of Your Key Business Costs

For many small businesses, the best way to increase profitability is to look for ways to cut expenses. Every dollar you save is another dollar in profits and as long as you maintain quality, efforts toward cost cutting can be an effective way to provide financial relief to your business.  You might not be able … Continue reading How to Cut Down On Some of Your Key Business CostsRead More

Did You Know You Can Donate Travel Miles?

When the Finance101 article “Why donating your travel miles is a good idea” was written,  during the holiday season last year,  some of us would have no idea that we would, in a sense, be grounded for months in 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While we mourn our canceled trips and travel opportunities, we still may be able to do some good with the miles we have already accumulated. Instead of saving them all up for the trips you plan to take as travel becomes more feasible, why not donate them now to charitable causes that could really use …

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It’s Time to Divide the Family Heirlooms

It’s Time to Divide the Family Heirlooms The executor of an estate is responsible for management if there’s a will, but a court-appointed administrator will oversee an estate if the deceased didn’t leave explicit instructions. This includes dividing jewelry among the surviving family members, and sometimes among siblings. There are a few ways in which …

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Be on the Alert for Coronavirus Scams

The FTC has received over 20,000 COVID-19 related complaints since January 1, 2020.

Fraudsters and scam artists are always looking for new ways to prey on consumers. Now they are using the same tactics to take advantage of consumers’ heightened financial and health concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. Federal, state, and local law enforcement have begun issuing warnings on the surge of coronavirus scams and how consumers can protect themselves. Here are some of the more prevalent coronavirus scams that consumers need to watch out for.

Schemes related to economic impact payments

The IRS recently issued a warning about various

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The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Made Some Women Even More Economically Vulnerable

We’ve discussed the gender pay gap and women’s overall economic vulnerability and all that was before we all had to meet the challenges of a worldwide pandemic. Many people have lost work due to the shuttering of the economy and according to CNBC, “Women May Take an Extra Hit from the Coronavirus Pandemic” because women “…are less able to weather that job loss without real harm because they are typically paid less than men in the same occupation.” And women who do find ways to get hired (either now or after orders to shelter in place are …

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