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12 Ways to Turn Stress in to Productivity

From the cradle to the grave, life hands us stressful situations — so much so that we should consider stress to be an integral part of living a full life, rather than a nuisance to be avoided at all costs. Rather than ignoring stress, it can be healthier and even […]

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What Landlords Really Look for When Reviewing Your Credit

No matter the status of your finances, the phrase “credit check” can cause anxiety when it comes to applying for an apartment. That’s because even if you can afford the rent, your credit can make or break your chances of securing a lease for that dream apartment you’ve just found. […]

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The Peak Time of Day for Everything You Do

From breakfast to bedtime, we are creatures of habit. For those of us with a more settled lifestyle, our schedules remain consistent from day to day for weeks on end. Chances are, though, your routine has taken shape without much forethought — or at least without the kind of scientific […]

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Money Order vs. Cashier's Checks: What's the Difference?

Money Orders vs. Cashier's Checks: What's the Difference?

If you’re on the house hunt, you’ve probably encountered a couple of terms again and again — cashier’s checks and money orders. Although the two can, often, perform the same roles, acting as trusted forms of payment, there are big differences between the two. What are they? Learn more about [...]
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Are Faxed Legal Documents Legal for Court and Finances?

Are Faxed Legal Documents Legal for Court and Finances?

A faxed copy of a document is not the original and, obviously, neither is a copy of an original document. The original is the original, and anything else is, well, not the original. But does a faxed document have the same legal authority, particularly when it comes to financial and […]

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