May, 2015

To Marry or Not to Marry Your Finances

May 27th, 2015

Combining finances is pretty much an assumed part of modern married life, but like marriage itself, it isn’t something you should just jump into. Using the same accounts is a big commitment with its very own set of pros and cons. Pros First and [...]

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Delay Your Honeymoon for a Sweeter Time

May 27th, 2015

Tradition dictates that one’s honeymoon should immediately follow the wedding reception. But for many newlyweds, delaying this special vacation can make it that much sweeter. Here’s an argument for holding off on your honeymoon—at least temporarily. [...]

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The Hidden Costs of “I Do”

May 27th, 2015

Planning a wedding is a very detail-driven undertaking; you want it to turn out just as you envisioned. But no matter how many of the specific expenses you have budgeted for, there are some common yet hidden costs that tend to surprise the bride and groom to [...]

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How the Bride & Groom Can Save on Blooms

May 27th, 2015

You know your wedding day celebrations are a success when you’re able to make them unique to you and your future spouse. And when it comes to flowers, your originality can actually turn into a valuable cost-savings when you walk down the aisle. Get Your [...]

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The Challenges of Running a Medium Sized Business

May 27th, 2015

Medium-sized companies are generally defined as having more than 50 employees and at least $50 million in assets. They represent one third of the American economy and, according to the National Center For The Middle Market at Ohio State University, they [...]

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