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What To Do If Your Job Doesn't Offer a 401(k)

The 401(k) is by far the most common retirement investment plan, but it isn't the only options. After reading this article you'll know exactly what to do, and how to invest for retirement, even if you don't have a 401(k).

by Shaun Morgan
These Four Employers Help Pay College Tuition Costs

With college-related expenses increasing each year, many companies are taking action by helping their employees save money. Below you will find four leading companies helping their employees by paying a portion or all of their college tuition.

by Nailah Herbert
I Applied to 53 Jobs and Received 1 Offer Letter. Here's Why.

As a graduate student, I had done an internship that I didn't exactly love over the summer, and I didn't want to get stuck in a job that I would hate after college. So, I started job searching in the summer and didn't get any offers for several months!

by Mykail James
Quick Tip: Taking Advantage of Your Job's 401(K) Plan

Many people feel that they don’t have the money or assets available to invest. However, if your job offers a 401(K) or retirement fund, these plans are a great way to start investing in your future.

by Andre Marvray II
Check Your Money in 2020: Savings

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How to Start Building Assets

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How to Increase Your Assets

Assets are valuable tangible and non-tangible items that you own. Assets can range from cash in a checking or savings account to a digital asset such as an NFT. All assets have monetary value, and sometimes their value will increase over time.

by CapWay
How to Increase Your Chances of Getting a Job Interview

When you apply for jobs, there are no guarantees that you will get a call back from the hiring manager. However, specific interviewing techniques can increase your chances of getting a job interview and landing your next job.

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