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First impressions can make or break a job interview, so how do you make it count if your meeting is over the phone? Consider these pointers on your approach, attitude and actions, so you can make it into the office for round two. 5 Things You Should Never Say During a Phone Interview — U.S. News
Not sold on the problematic pink tax? Some researchers are finding that gendered pricing for kid's toys, clothes and products could mean higher costs for raising a daughter—while a competing study believes sons are costlier. Are Sons More Expensive Than Daughters? A Parenting Debate — MarketWatch
Move aside, travel rewards cards. Some major lenders may offer cash back, airline points and other perks to mortgage borrowers—but are any of them really worth it? How to Get the Most Out of Mortgage Rewards — Wall Street Journal
From simple math mistakes to unsigned forms, avoid some of the most common tax-filing pitfalls this season with these tips. And don't forget to look out for more pitfalls to steer clear of—straight from the CPAs—coming to LearnVest next week. The 9 Most Common Tax Filing Mistakes - And How To Avoid Them — Forbes
April 18th isn't the only important tax-related date coming up: Retirees with tax-deferred savings who turned 70½ last year will need to take their first required minimum distribution by April 1. Here's what do know about the deadline. Why April 1 Is a Key Tax Date for Millions of Retirees — Money