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Recruiters are increasingly setting up phone interviews to screen potential hires before scheduling in-person meetings. So what's the best way to prep for this important chat? How to Ace a Phone Interview - Forbes
Location, location ... emotion? When it comes to making a big move, today’s parents put a lot of consideration into how relocating could affect their childrens' well-being. Your Kids Decide When You Buy a Home - Marketwatch
Learn how to (finally!) minimize all of those demands on your attention and focus on the task at hand by using techniques like “procrastination pads.” Top 10 Ways to Defeat Distractions And Get Your Work Done - Lifehacker
According to this report, not all liberal arts grads are destined to hover at the bottom of the pay scale. The Liberal Arts Majors That Pay the Most - The Wall Street Journal
Investors paid less to cover mutual fund operating expenses for the fourth year in a row. What's behind the drop? Keep More of Your Money: Mutual Fund Fees Fall - USA Today
C.E.O.s really are raking it in these days—thanks to these five factors. The C.E.O. Got a Huge Raise. You Didn’t. Here’s Why - Yahoo! Finance
If a black tie ensemble, plane ticket and a pricey hotel room are too much to swing, take a few tips from this piece for breaking the news that you won't be RSVPing to a friend's nuptials. How to Admit You Can’t Go to Your Friend’s Wedding – MainStreet
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“I’m so busy!” Chances are this is an all-too-familiar refrain for you. It was for this author, who decided to delve into the repercussions of being over-scheduled 24/7. Overwhelmed at Work and Home? You May Be Living on ‘Contaminated Time’
What if you could try on a new home for size before signing on the dotted line? This woman did. Try Before You Buy: I Took a Mortgage Test Run
Even if you think you’re financially savvy, you could still be guilty of committing one of these bad fiscal habits. 5 Money Mistakes Even Good Savers May Make
Are these people’s plans for their golden years financially feasible? One CFP® sets them straight. 3 ‘Dream’ Retirements: Who’s on Track to Reach Their Goals?
Buy in bulk, simplify the seasoning, whip up your own Kentucky-style sop—and keep a season's worth of barbecuing from tanking your budget. 7 Summer Barbecue Cost-Cutting Hacks
Are you more of a lemming or a peacock? Find out which animal best represents your personal style of dealing with dough. 4 Imaginary Money Beasts: Which Type Are You?
This CPA never imagined she’d be so deep in student debt ... especially since she went to a state school. Confessions of an Accountant: ‘I Have $130K of College Debt’