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How different infrastructure projects can affect home value

 

Stacker Studio, July 2021

The topic of infrastructure has dominated a good portion of the news lately. So has the housing market. But have you ever thought about how the proximity of infrastructure to a home can impact its value — at least during normal times? See the story here.

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Is Job Hopping Good or Bad Financially?

 

First Citizens Bank, June 2021

Is job hopping good or bad? It's a question many workers will be asking as the labor market improves and voluntarily leaving a position becomes a more viable option. From a monetary standpoint, the answer can be complicated.
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Working Parents Are at Their Wits' End with Virtual Schooling. Can Private 'Learning Pods' and $25-per-Hour Tutors Help?

 

Money, August 2020

Fearing a repeat of last spring’s disorienting and arduous remote learning reality, many families are now racing to find a safe and sustainable solution for a back-to-school season brimming with heightened anxiety and fluidity.
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Taking College Courses in High School Is Supposed to Save You Money. Here's How Dual Enrollment Classes Really Work

 

Money, April 2020

Word on the street is dual enrollment courses can help lower the bill for higher education. Yet, while experts say such advanced courses do offer abundant benefits, saving money isn’t necessarily one you can count on.
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Traditional and Roth IRAs, and How to Choose Between Them

 

First Citizens Bank, May 2020

There's a wide range of reasons why you may be thinking about contributing to an individual retirement account, or IRA. Before you make the commitment, it's important to know your options.

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