The following is a guest post by Clare Levison, CPA and Author of Frugal Isn’t Cheap: Spend Less, Save More, Live Better. It is sponsored by Western International University.For working adults wondering if they should go back to school for a degree - or to upgrade their bachelor’s degree to a master’s - affordability is, today, more important than ever. “How can I afford … [Read more...] about Can You Afford a College Degree?
Search Results for: unemployment benefits
Have you ever thought about how the duration of and financial compensation during your maternity leave affects your long term career and your family life? I’ve had the benefit of working in both the US and Canada where parental leaves could not be further apart in both time off and financial support. I, unfortunately, chose to have kids in the country with the least … [Read more...] about I Only Became A SAHM Because Of Maternity Leave Laws
Approximately 40 to 50 million Americans suffer from acne, according to 2009 information from the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). Additionally, each year, 85 percent of U.S. teenagers will have acne an breakout. Most cases of acne are mild and you can effectively treat them with readily available over-the-counter medications. Moderate to serious acne cases typically … [Read more...] about Surgery for Acne Scars
If you've never hired a live-in nanny, you may struggle with how much you'll need to pay. A nanny's duties will vary from home to home, which makes comparisons difficult. Some nannies will do light shopping and housework, others provide childcare alone. Some areas have a higher demand for nannies, meaning higher salaries. Despite these variations, however, there are benchmarks … [Read more...] about What Should I Pay a Live-In Nanny?