Here are some handy tips about how to keep your paperwork from getting out of control.
-Staple papers together instead of using paper clips because paper clips often get caught on other papers.
-Never keep entire magazines in a file. Look for any important articles, cut them out, staple the pieces together and file them.
-Store your valuable papers in a safe deposit box or a fireproof safe.
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Lending money to a friend or relative? Many folks will tell you, "Don't do it." Or at least never lend more money than you can risk losing. Unless you clearly define the terms of your loan at the outset, you may just as well have called it a gift and called it a day.
Think that attitude is overly cynical? Watch People's Court or any one of the other judge shows on TV. Their dockets are chock-full of cases in which personal loans have
By Dayana Yochim
If you're not moved much by the effort-to-payoff ratio of comparison shopping and coupon clipping (guilty!), this article is for you. Put down your scissors and recycle those Sunday circulars. Don't even bother fiddling with the calculator on your cell phone while you're navigating the supermarket aisles. That's right, with minimal-to-no pre-shopping preparation even sloths like me can save money on groceries.
Incorporate a few of the following low-effort
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The meatloaf was okay. The mashed potatoes were really good. The peas were good.
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