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Does Your Educational Institution Take Advantage of Office 365?

Most people that I know are regular users of Office 365. Whether it be for personal use, business use, or any other kind, it seems we can all benefit from Microsoft’s extensive range of desktop applications.
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Become the Best Remote Manager You Can Be

Through getting involved with the thousands of community members on this website, I can’t help but notice a considerable amount of people who are turning to remote working as a means of improving their current financial situations.
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Mastering the Art of True Value Measurement

By no fault of our own really, the average income-earning adult could do a lot better by way of how they manage their basic finances. I say by no fault of our own because we’re conditioned to be consumers who are only marginally good with the manner in which we handle our finances, from the […]
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Making the Most of Your Academic Qualification

Education is extremely expensive, from early childhood development right up to even the entry-level college, let alone some of the most prestigious of these institutions of higher learning. Our focus on this post falls squarely on higher education though, i.e. your college education and any which way you look at it, you’re at the mercy […]
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Mastering the Financial Sector – Do as They Do, Not as They Say

I have it on good authority that this is how it is in many other institutions of higher learning around the world, that being that pursuing a degree in Economics appears to be one of the easier paths to follow, academically. No disrespect to anybody studying Economics or to anyone who is fully qualified in […]
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Important Financial Key-Points to Pay Special Attention to

Your Income Source Here’s a thought that might scare you a little – suitably so too. How many sources of income do you have and if it’s just one source then what would happen if it dried up? This applies to all income sources, whether it’s your full-time job or indeed if it’s a business […]
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Re-Defining What Affordability Means

It’s a financial trap many recent graduates who enter the workplace fall into, aided and abetted by various social constructs as well; you find yourself at the mercy of individuals and institutions you refer to as sellers and service providers by way of how you’re made to measure what affordability means. If you were to […]
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Exploring Cryptocurrencies

You know it’s becoming an issue when you wake up to your regular routine of watching financial news channels such as CNBC and Bloomberg and they’re discussing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as perhaps the most popular of them all. What this means is that the suits over at Wall Street are feeling a bit threatened by […]
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The New Rules of Money

While some might quite justifiably say that we’re deep, deep into the Information Era, those who know a little bit better than that will isolate a specific section of the Information Era and say that we are in actual fact in the Social Networking Era. It’s true – knowledge is still power (or freedom for […]
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Cracking the Online Income Code

It wasn’t so much a major focus when I was in college, not too long ago, but it’s certainly something more and more college students in particular are looking towards as a means through which to earn some extra money. Of course I’m talking about the somewhat precarious topic of making money online. The online […]
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