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Power to Change – Terms of Service
Power to Change – Terms of Service

All users are required follow these stated guidelines. Failure to do so may result in denial of service or denial of access to certain features on the site. These Terms outline that responsibility on the part of our Interactive community. The term “Interactive” covers all areas of the site where users are allowed to participate by submitting content. This […]

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Acts of Service
Acts of Service

“I am finished! He never helps me around the house.” or “She doesn’t appreciate how hard I work, she’s at home all day and I don’t even come home to a meal at dinner!” These statements translated into the language of Acts of Service mean, “I don’t think I am loved, it is proven by […]

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Choose Goodness:  Whole-Hearted Service
Choose Goodness: Whole-Hearted Service

“Be good,” a mother says to her sons or daughters as they head out the door. We are encouraged to “do good to all,” and are commanded to “cling to what is good” and “overcome evil with good.” What does “goodness” look like? This study will help you understand more about this thing called goodness. […]

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Customer Service: Ten Traits to Make You a Hit With Customers
Customer Service: Ten Traits to Make You a Hit With Customers

1. Hard, steady work. Without it, little else matters. 2. Optimism. Take a positive view, no matter what the problem. 3. Enthusiasm. It fuels creative, innovative action. And it’s contagious – customers will pick it up from you! 4. Individualism. Don’t be afraid to invent your own way of doing things, if it works and […]

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Preparing Your Family Budget
Preparing Your Family Budget

If your family is floundering financially, it may be time to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) and make up a family financial plan. Consumer Credit Counseling Service suggests keeping the following tips in mind when developing your family budget: 1. Your budget should be tailored to your needs, values and priorities, with […]

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Budgeting in Six Easy Steps
Budgeting in Six Easy Steps

Creating and sticking to a personal budget is a vital part of personal financial planning. Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Washington offers an easy, six-step method for arriving at a budget you can live with: Step 1 Determine your monthly income. Take into consideration your payroll deductions (health insurance or other group benefits, income […]

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Financial Fitness Test
Financial Fitness Test

To find out just what kind of financial shape you’re in, take a few minutes to fill out this Financial Fitness Checklist. If you’re married, both of you should work together to answer the questions. Place a check next to any question that you answer yes to: Are you using more and more of your […]

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Buying a Car: New or Used?
Buying a Car: New or Used?

You’ve decided to buy a car! Your first decision should be whether to buy a new car or a used one. Depending on your budget, the decision may be easy. If you can’t afford large monthly payments, a used car may be your best bet. You will want to consider factors other than price as […]

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Apartment Budget
Apartment Budget

I just found an article you wrote on budgeting. You said to spend no more than 33% of your after-taxed salary on housing. I have to find an apartment and live on my own. I never had to do that before. I am struggling with a budget and not knowing what I can really afford […]

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Talk to a Friend
Talk to a Friend

Mentoring is a chance to ask your questions in a safe and private place. All mentoring happens by email.  You send in your question, we match you with a mentor and the mentor writes back to you.  You are welcome to write to your mentor as long as you like. Looking for more information? Our FAQ […]

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