VIDEO | How Much To Give For A Wedding Gift – Your Smart Money Moves

Published on Jul 5, 2012 SEE FULL STORY HERE – http://bit.ly/IkD3kM – Your college roommate or long time childhood friend invites you to their wedding. Or better yet, you’ve got a big family and your second cousin Joe is getting married and last time you saw him was two years ago at the family reunion. Now you have got to spend money to get an airline ticket, book a hotel room, and possibly buy a new dress or suit for the upcoming wedding this summer. It dawns on you that now you’ve got to figure out how much is the right amount to give for a wedding gift. You are no Miss Manners by any stretch of the imagination, but you don’t want to walk away like some cheapskate that the wedding couple laughs at that evening when they open up their gifts. So, how much should you give for a wedding gift? http://bit.ly/IkD3kM   ...

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Unemployment Extension: F.A.Q.’s

So here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Unemployment extension: Q. Who’s eligible for extended unemployment benefits? A. Unemployment benefits will be extended by 14 weeks to all people in all 50 states without a job. Benefits will be extended for an additional six weeks to those in about 26 states where the unemployment rate exceeds 8.5 percent. Q. Who will be helped by the unemployment extensions? A. The extensions are aimed at people who have been out of work for a long time, or about a year to a year and a half, according to Andrew Stettner, deputy director of the National Employment Law Project. “This was really a stopgap measure to address the fact that a large number of people were running out of the extensions before Dec. 31,” Mr. Stettner said. “People who have been out of work since July of this year are not going to get any extensions. People ...

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Roller Coaster Week

I do think the one thing that should come out of this is knowing what you make and what you spend because saving is still one of truly key elements to building wealth. To do this as the CEO of your family finances, now is the time to get with a private CFO™ to understand your balance sheet, income statement, and your bottom line. I'm pretty sure they won't do that for you on CNBC! Visit OxygenFinancial Today ...

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