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Paychecks & Balances | Personal Finance & Career Advice for Millennials

Mar 29, 2016

Size doesn't matter! Well, when it comes to your personal finances anyway. Do you have at least $2,000 in debt or more? Simply adding $10 extra dollars to your minimum payment can save you over $2,400 in interest payments and help you pay your debt off in 1/3 of the time. Don't have $10? LIAR! But, just in case you are...


Mar 25, 2016

This week, Paychecks & Balances is happy to introduce "Ask a Professional." We've realized that we don't know everything, but we do know people who know a lot of answers to those things questions we can't answer. With the help of Desiree Mullins, a licensed real estate agent in New York City, we will navigate some...


Mar 22, 2016

Don't call it a comeback! We're back this week with Part 2 of Office Habits That Hold You Back. Picking up where we left off last week, we talk about how introverts can overcome the "why are you so quiet?" struggle that extroverts seem to love to ask us. We also discuss why an apology is ok, but apologizing too much is...


Mar 17, 2016

Welcome to Paychecks & Balances Question and Answer. This week we answer the following:

  1. How do you handle a situation where someone that does not report to you isn't doing their job but it is impacting your ability to do YOUR job? I feel like an a** going to their boss, but is there any other way after you've talked to...


Mar 15, 2016

On this week's Paycheck & Balances we discuss tips for getting ahead at work and how the simple wording of an email might be holding you back. Do you find yourself apologizing too much for missing deadlines? Have you dealt with a coworker that repeatedly promises greatness but barely delivers on mediocrity? This is...