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Why Business and Personal Finances Donít Mix
Benefits of keeping your personal and business finances separate
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If youíre a business owner, then you know how hard it can be to keep work from invading your home life. Doing paperwork at the dinner table or heading into the office on a Sunday may be unavoidable from time to time, but there is one aspect of your business that you should never mix with your personal life: your finances.
Your Local Financial Institution is Your Small Businessís Best Bet
Donít pay the high price that comes from seeking loan alternatives outside your local financial institution
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Some entrepreneurs who are looking for ways to finance a startup donít want to bother with a financial institution loan because they think the process will be too difficult or they think they can find a better deal online. Unfortunately, many scams prey off the type of innocence that new business owners have.
Why You Should Automate Your Savings
Jumpstart your savings this way
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Do you have a savings account? Most people will respond ďyes.Ē But the real question is: is it actually accruing money?
What is Travel Accident Insurance?
And is it worth it?
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When going on vacation, the last thing you want to worry about is having an accident or injury ruin your fun ó not to mention the costs that go along with it.
Five Common Online Banking Mistakes
What NOT to do when banking online
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Many will argue that banking online has been the best invention since sliced bread. And thereís no doubt about that: no more statements and papers ó everything is on your computer or mobile device, right at your fingertips.
Seven Ways to Save at the Supermarket
Cut your grocery bill today
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Food shopping is an essential part of living for every family. But over the years, prices on fare have increased steadily, causing households to spend more and more on their weekly groceries. And, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Expenditure Survey, the average American family shells out nearly $540 a month on food, with an average of approximately $312 for groceries.
Top Three New Car Values
How much you pay is as important as what you buy
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Buying a car is always an important and tedious decision. When you do your research to find out which cars have the features you really want, itís just as important to find out which cars are really good values in their segment, too.
Best Songs for a Dance Party Playlist
Grooves that will pack your dance floor in no time

We've all been to parties where the music didn't inspire a dancing atmosphere, where people stood there as if they were wallflowers. The key to a festive party with a full dance floor is to play tunes that inspire people to boogie on down. Here are a few suggestions of the best songs for a dance party playlist. This is just a small sample of some of the very best, intended as a beginning lineup that will get people cutting a mean rug in no time.
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Set sail to this coastal town for a vacation to remember

Known as "The Boating Capital of New England," Boothbay Harbor attracts its fair share of water lovers. Historical and cultural activities, as well as dining and shopping opportunities, also await visitors in this charming town on the rugged Maine coast.
Easy Green Habits You Can Adopt Today
Nine quick changes to benefit the environment

Living a life that is friendly to the environment doesn't necessarily mean making sweeping changes in all areas of your life. Buying an electric car, installing solar panels on your home or living off the grid can be too costly for some and too extreme for others. A few small changes to your everyday life can reduce your carbon footprint and make a difference in the world around you.
Are Low Carb Diets Safe?
The ups and downs of low-carb weight loss

If you're looking to drop a few pounds, you may be considering a low carbohydrate diet. These diets work by reducing the amount of carbohydrates you eat each day, which means cutting down on bakery staples like bread, as well as pasta and sweets.
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