The latest on preparing for maternity leave and microchip implants
Here are some favorite personal finance reads from around the web this week.
From opening a claim for short-term disability to filing for paid parental leave with her employer, here’s how one woman prepared for maternity leave.
Three public colleges in North Carolina have an innovative pricing plan to combat the growing student debt crisis—and are welcoming college dropouts who want to return to school.
Would you get a chip implant that stores your personal information? People in Sweden may soon be able to make purchases…using a microchip in their arm. I’m already wary of credit cards, so this really gets under my skin!
Is your boss entitled to know how you spend your accrued personal time off? If it’s part of your benefits package, Alison Green at Ask a Manager says absolutely not—but here’s what to say if your employer presses you.
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I had the chance to meet some early childhood educators and teachers at the Texas Association for the Education of Young Children Annual Conference.
Halloween’s around the corner, which means it’s time to look at pets in cute money-themed costumes!
Here are some ways to throw a great party for any age or occasion—without spending tons of money.
While keeping tabs on your money is great, here’s what you can do if your partner takes it too far and obsesses over your shared finances.
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