Starting a New Job
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Smart Financial Moves to Make When Starting a New Job
If you harness your positive feelings about your new job and apply that energy to making some smart choices with your money, you can make strides toward financial wellness.
The Art of Negotiating Your Salary After Receiving an Offer
The best way to approach salary discussions is to understand how much you're worth in the job market and know what you need from an offer so that it entices you to accept the position.
Choosing the Best Car for Ride-share Apps
what is the best car for ride-share activities, and how you do you choose one? Here's what you should think about.
5 Company Benefits to Look For
It's important to find company benefits that meet your needs.
Should I Roll Over My 401(k)?: What to Do With Retirement Account When You Switch Jobs
Should I roll over my 401(k)?" The answer is probably yes. Here's why that's usually the case, along with a full rundown of your four main options.
Don't Forget About 401(k) Matching on the Job Search
When looking for a new job, don't let one of the most important considerations slip through the cracks: the power of 401(k) matching.
The Cost to Rent an Apartment as a New Graduate
What does it cost to rent an apartment? As you decide how much you can spend each month, here are some factors to take into consideration.
Financial Planning for the College Graduate: A Parent's Money Dialogue
Opening a money dialogue with your graduate is one of the best and longest-lasting graduation gifts you can give.
Employer-Offered Health Care Costs: A Breakdown of the Basics
If you have access to health insurance through your employer, it's important to know how to make the most of it so you can control your health care costs.