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Cash, Savings

Not Having Money Goals Is Dumb!

It may not sound like a big deal to not have money goals but when bad things happen in life we just react for there is no plan in place.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–09/17/2013

NightSide Weekend Commentary – Are Kids From 1912 Smarter Than Kids Today?

Listen to A+ grade talk radio, every weeknight on NightSide.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–08/24/2013

Credit Card Holograms

About Your Debt And How To Manage It

The latest Federal Reserve numbers from January has revolving consumer debt at $851 billion dollars.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–04/16/2013

Marie and Michael Duggan from Roslindale.

How Boston Mayor Tom Menino Changed One Family’s Life Forever

A chance meeting with Mayor Menino changed a Roslindale family’s life forever.


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Tuesday MCAS Exam Postponed Due To Forecast Snow Storm

Tuesday’s scheduled MCAS English Language Composition Test has been postponed due to the snow storm in the forecast.


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Spend That Tax Return On Education, For Yourself!

Your ability to earn a living is your largest asset.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–03/14/2013

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Federal Budget Cuts Could Hit MA Schools Hard

The White House says Massachusetts could lose tens of millions of dollars for education, environmental protection, and child care if automatic federal budget cuts take effect as scheduled.


Job Fair, College Job Fair

Where To Get Help For College Planning

I have been thinking about college planning this week!

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–01/21/2013

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Would Longer School Days Help U.S. Students?

Did your kids moan that winter break was way too short as you got them ready for the first day back in school? They might get their wish of more holiday time off under proposals catching on around the country to lengthen the school year.


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Mass. Among States To Still Require Cursive In Schools

Some states, including Massachusetts, have added a cursive requirement to the national curriculum standards. Most others have left it as optional for school districts.