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- Astrology.com Financescopes | Work + Money | Tue, Jan 8, 2013 12:03 PM EST | Comments
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
Someone is a bit too insensitive for your taste, but they are telling you something you really need to hear. It could save you a pretty penny in the long run if you allow their message to sink in and then act on it. Don't be too proud to listen.
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Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
You need to find your real path in life, and let the financial chips fall where they may, pun intended. You could transcend your financial goals if you go about it the right way, whereas slogging along on the wrong road will lead to failure. It's a good day to change tacks.
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Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
Preaching won't get you anywhere today -- but it sure feels good! You are on a rol
- Cnbc | Work + Money | Tue, Jan 8, 2013 10:45 AM EST | Comments
By Cindy Perman, CNBC.com
The steady drumbeat of "you're just lucky to have a job" that played through the recession is finally starting to fade and employees may be getting ready to say, "I quit!" and bolt for the nearest exit.
One in three employees (33 percent) say they plan to look for a new job this year and nearly one in five (18 percent) say they'll be looking in the next three months, according to a new survey by Harris Interactive for job-search site Glassdoor.com.
Over at Indeed.com, their survey showed the number of employees making a New Year's resolution to get a new job jumped to 38 percent.
Part of this shot of confidence comes from the early signs of recovery in the job market, like the December jobs report, and part of it comes from the fact that most companies, while more stable than in recent years, are not confident enough to start handing out raises.
[Read more: Asking for a Raise in a Tight Economy]
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- Savvysugar | Work + Money | Mon, Jan 7, 2013 5:07 PM EST | CommentsSource: 9 Must-Have Household Items Every Savvy Woman Needs
We all love saving money, making these budget-friendly items must haves around the house. You might be surprised with the ways you can use these basic things to save you in a pinch while keeping a few dollars in your pocket at the same time. Plus, you probably already have a few of these savvy items already in your home. Click through for our favorite tools and more that will help you save time and money around your house.
- Needle and Thread: Not only awesome for attaching buttons and mending clothes, a needle and thread comes in handy for fun DIYs and crafts. Having an assortment of needles and thread at your house is much cheaper than paying a tailor for quick hem touch-ups and tightening loose buttons.
- Baking Soda: A box of baking soda only costs a few dollars and does much more than help your baked goods taste good and freshen your fridge. There are tons of money-saving ways to use baking soda. Instead
- Savvysugar | Work + Money | Mon, Jan 7, 2013 4:55 PM EST | CommentsSource: Savvy Resolutions You Should Make This Year
The best way to stick to New Year's resolutions (or any type of resolution, for that matter) is to keep it simple. You may wonder how you can streamline such a complex process - there are so many possible resolutions to commit to! The answer is easy: just pick one resolution. Read on to see our suggestions and pick your favorite.
- Drop Your Daily Deal Habit: This year, resolve to drop your daily deal habit. Buying coupons can be extremely addictive, because sometimes the deals are just too tempting. But oftentimes, you'll end up doing something that you never planned on doing in the first place and trying restaurants that you had no intention of trying to begin with. The problem with buying deal after deal is that you might forget about them if you're not carefully keeping track of them, and you may end up losing money when the coupon expires. Do yourself and your budget (not to mention your inbox!) a favor this year, and u
- Babble.com | Work + Money | Mon, Jan 7, 2013 2:49 PM EST | Comments
If you just aren't feeling it this year, don't despair. Surely you realize you're not the first to lose motivation so soon after you made those new year's resolutions. A British printing company, Parker-Holliday, created a series of posters in the 1920s around a fictional character named Bill Jones, whom "all workers were meant to emulate." The savvy advice was aimed at "that era's cubicle-farm set," but the messages are still relevant today. See if Bill Jones can do for you what he did for your parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents back in the day: - By Meredith Carroll
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