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Preparing for and Recovering from Financial Disaster

We have all seen the photos of the devastating effects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita " destroyed or badly damaged homes, the loss of jobs and businesses, important records ruined. Recovering from a disaster such as this can be a long-term process, especially in terms of financial recovery.

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Five Tips To Ace Your Finances

It's long been a staple of the university student diet: a box of pasta and powdered cheese. But after your first term, you start craving a little variety. Sadly, there are very few student budgets that allow you to graze on caviar - surely a more fitting accompaniment to intellectual pursuits. So, how do you set yourself on the path to a better financial future?
Here are five tips for a better personal finance

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Low on Cash for Christmas? Try Gifts in a Jar

Time is money, and right now you don't have either the time or the money to answer the call of the shopping mall at Christmas. The only way you can show your friends love, peace on earth, goodwill towards men is by shopping at Macy's, so you think. It's a safe bet that the Three Kings didn't buy the gold, frankincense and myrrh given to Jesus Christ in the manger from Macy's or Pottery Barn.\n

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Ten Financial Tips for Women

On average, women earn 76 cents for every dollar men earn in the workplace. Because women typically spend approximately seven years out of the work force to have and raise children, their earnings are even further curtailed. With lower pay and less time spent in the work force, women are generally left with smaller retirement portfolios, lower company pension benefits and lower Social Security benefits than men.

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