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I Know How to Make a Decision! Or Do I?

Are you ever in doubt?

  • Maybe
  • Who knows?
  • Sometimes, and sometimes not


Imagine this: Within the next six months, you will have to choose which college you'll attend and what exactly you want to study. Yikes!

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Concerned About Online Tracking? You're Tracked Offline Too

The discussion about the tracking of our activities, purchases, likes, and so forth has been focused online. Now comes news about tracking us in stores and other places offline. While stores have used various methods to track customers within the store, these have usually been anonymous. Now stores are taking advantage of technology and using information that is transmitted by smartphones such as the media access control (MAC) address and retailer’s or shopping apps. In addition, apps provided by retailers can collect personal data and information about buying habits.

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What’s the Catch? Five Popular "Offers" to Beware

July 2014

Enticing offers pop up frequently online, on TV, and in stores for services or goods that you might actually use if they were legitimate. But are they? Is there a catch? If so, what is it? What are your real alternatives? This report looks at five of the most popular advertising come-ons.

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Facebook Ad Policy is Changing. Is It Good or Bad? It Depends.

Facebook has announced that they are changing their Ad policy and giving users more control over the ads they see. Is this a good change for users or a bad change? It depends. If you want more relevant ads, this might be good. Currently Facebook shows ads based on your Page likes and other information you have shared on Facebook. Soon, the ads will become more personalized by using data collected from tracking your browsing and activity on other websites and apps you use.

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The "Feel Good" Factor of Saving Money!


You've heard all the doom and gloom reasons for saving money, such as:

  • You should save for rainy days.
  • You should save for emergencies.
  • If you don't save, you're going to be in bigger trouble than I can cover in this article.

But, what about the fun part of saving?

Saving has a huge "feel good" factor attached to it. Saving money can have a very positive and rewarding effect on you. Saving makes you feel like you've really accomplished something. Using a step-by-step approach, you can turn saving into a series of milestones that help you reach an ultimate goal.

 

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