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Sponsored: Your Financial Discipline Begins With Your Budget

Staff Consortium | December 16, 2020

For many, the recommendations to stay home due to the COVID-19 pandemic imply working remotely, homeschooling or remote learning for children, and dealing with daily household chores that are now modified by the emergency, among other issues. In short, we are busy with different tasks, but within an environment where technology and social media have had an increase. Amid so many tasks and adaptation processes, we must take breaks to reduce our anxiety and stress levels —even more so if our finances have been affected. Take advantage of those breaks or rest periods and make time to expand your financial knowledge and skills. To do so, there’s nothing better than a practical budget exercise. Financial discipline means sustaining and maintaining continuity in managing your money; it is making financial achievements while meeting short, medium,…

Sponsored: Protect Yourself From Fraud During This…

Staff Consortium | December 13, 2020

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we are seeing “new stories” popping up in an attempt to defraud…

Division of Personnel Provides Clarification of Correspondence…

Staff Consortium | November 12, 2020

If you have received a coupon book or a 2021 premium letter from your AARP Medicare Supplemental Plan,…

Broadband VI Promotes its Internet Infrastructure,…

Staff Consortium | September 22, 2020

Broadband VI, which says it is the largest fixed wireless internet service provider in the U.S. Virgin…

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