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Summer’s here for college students and plans are being made to enjoy the time off of school. How will you spend your summer: going out, pool parties, the lakes? Whatever your plans, it’s difficult not to spend all the money you make (and then some) on summer activities. Here are a few tips to help you have fun and still keep money in your pocket.
If you are like most teenagers, you're not sure "what you want to be when you grow up." Teenage years are tough because it's a time when many major choices must be made: college, course of study, profession. These choices can cause a little stress. How could a young person possibly know the answers to these questions?
On average, it costs $250,000 per child from birth to 18, and just in the first year, it costs $10,000. That’s not even including childcare costs such as diapers, wipes, and medical costs. So, what can you do to plan for a baby?
Many homeowners are making the decision to renovate rather than move. Unless the renovations are minor or you have the know-how and time to tackle the project, most owners will need a contractor. There are a lot of stories about contractors who didn’t do the job right; there’s even a home show about fixing the mistakes of renovations gone bad. So, how do you go about selecting a contractor?
Companies with prestigious workplace practices were recognized on Thursday, May 3 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
With summer comes lots of activities, especially when you have kids out of school to entertain. Here are a few tips to help you stay on budget whether you are going on vacation, throwing a backyard barbeque, or charged with entertaining kids.