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(NAPSI)—Whether you are considering education to revamp your career or pursuing your own path to success, a few facts and tips can help you on the way.
(BPT) - With sunny summer months right around the corner and energy bills continuing to rise, more and more Americans are making the switch to solar powering their homes. In 2014, the U.S. added more than 186,000 individual residential solar installations, according to GTM Research. As a result, more homeowners are enjoying the cost savings and benefits of the sun year-round.
(BPT) - It’s Monday morning and you awake to the sound of your alarm blaring. If you’re like a hundred million other Americans, it means it’s time to get ready for work.
(StatePoint) National Lucky Penny Day is the perfect opportunity to focus on ways that you can put more money into savings.
(NAPSI)—If you’ve ever worn a logoed shirt, drunk out of a branded mug or used a logoed pen, you’ve seen, smelled, heard, tasted and touched one of the most popular, longest-lasting and most cost-effective forms of multi-sensory branding and marketing available—and one of the fastest-growing, promotional products.
(NAPSI)—Although Americans are increasingly shopping online and are well aware of the risks that cyber thieves pose, a majority admit they do not take the time to follow basic precautions they know can protect their personal and financial information. A few facts and tips can help you avoid trouble.
(NAPSI)—Many Americans, especially the younger generations, tend to underestimate the risk of experiencing an illness or injury. Unfortunately, the chances of facing a disability are greater than most would want to believe. Research from Life Happens shows that one-third of Americans will experience a disability that will interfere with their ability to work at some point during their career. The implications of an illness or injury can extend beyond the physical. Northwestern Mutual’s 2015 Planning and Progress Study revealed that unplanned financial emergencies and medical expenses ranked among Americans’ top three financial fears and an unexpected disability can transform these fears into an instant reality.
(NAPSI)—Graduation 2014 unleashed 1.6 million graduates into the workforce, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. While many of those recent graduates are already working, a large percentage are not. Either way, they all have something in common—memories of a senior year full of stressful decisions.
(BPT) - When it comes to borrowing money, many loans offer benefits beyond simple financing. With that in mind, it’s important to understand how one type of loan may be right for making home improvements, while another may be a better match for financing a wedding. The key is to research the various types of loans, know what services they're designed to provide and then choose the one that best fits your financial needs.