Making the transition from recent college grad to full time employee

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Being a new graduate is an exciting time. You have accomplished a huge goal by earning your diploma and are ready to start the next chapter. Transitioning from student to full time employee is not always easy so here are some tips to help you navigate the process:

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Foreclosure sales – how do they work?

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When it comes to house hunting, you are bound to come across a foreclosure sale or two. It can be a great way to score a good deal on the home of your dreams, but it’s important to know how the process works.

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Value Based Payment Reform and What You Need to Know

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Healthcare reform has been a hot topic even before the roll out of The Affordable Care Act in 2014. One of the latest ideas to take hold is Value Based Payment, quite different from the current system – Fee for Service.

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Are you reading the right reviews?

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When it comes to purchasing new products – whether it’s toys, a new dishwasher, or even a pair of jeans, many people immediately hop online to scour the web for reviews. They want to see the good, the bad, and the experiences of other users. After all, people review just about everything – right?

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Senior Living Facilities: Will Supply Meet Demand?

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It seems like more and more senior living facilities and 55+ communities are being built and filling up as quickly as the owners announce availability.  Not too long ago senior living facilities along with skilled nursing and assisted living centers focused solely on providing health services for those at an advanced age.  However, it’s become so much more than that over the years and senior living facilities are becoming the new norm. The Baby Boomers are exiting the workforce, selling their homes, and heading into their Golden Years.  They, and their children, are looking for simple and safe community of their peers. The type of facility they choose is usually based on quality of their health, proximity to family, and their budget.

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Credit Card Churning: What is it and Should You be Doing it

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The term credit card churning is relatively new, but the process has been around for years. So, what is credit card churning? It’s the practice of repeatedly opening and closing a credit card to earn its signup bonus over and over. Churners amass tons of reward points or airline miles from credit cards that they have no intention of continuing to use or even keep open. You’ve probably seen ads or even received offers in your email or mailbox from credit cards that offer valuable points, miles, or cash back to new account holders. Most also require you to charge a certain amount of money to the card within a certain period in order to receive the new card bonus.

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Vendor Management 101

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Most businesses use a variety of vendors to fill skill gaps within their company,  in fact many of the vendors used are critical to your day to day operations.   Vendors include services such as computer and IT support, bookkeeping, or even a graphic designer and writer. Many are key parts of your supply chain, so it’s critical they are well chosen and well managed.

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Advice from Millennials on How to Buy a House in Your 20s

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If you’ve been paying attention to the real estate trends, you may have heard the Millennials just aren’t buying homes at the same rate as their previous generations. Aside from the simple fact that it’s just not affordable for most, many site reasons like high student debt and low loan availability. Studies show that only 37% of millennials owned homes in 2015 – that’s 8% lower than Gen Xers and Baby Boomers at the same age.

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Handling the Manufacturing Skilled Worker Shortage

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In an age where technology is moving at a mile a minute, it’s not surprising that many young adults entering the work force are focusing on jobs in technology. However, the change in focus is leaving a shortage in many fields including manufacturing. What was once a top career option for individuals opting not to go for a four year college degree, is no longer seen as a viable career path for Millennials and Generation Z. It’s estimated that 2.4 million manufacturing jobs could go unfilled between now and 2028, according to a study from the association and the consultancy firm Deloitte. Continue reading “Handling the Manufacturing Skilled Worker Shortage”

Finance tips every 18 year old should know

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Do you ever wish you could go back in time and make different financial decisions? Some of the worst financial decisions are made when we are young and just starting to manage our own money and bills. At 18, you get that first taste of freedom, you can get your own credit card, open your own bank accounts without a parent, and even get a loan for a car on your own. But, making the wrong choices this early in the financial game, can set you back and affect your credit for years to come.

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