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(BPT) - When you pay your child $5 to clean the garage or $6 to mow the lawn, you’re accomplishing far more than just getting the tasks done. A majority of parents use chores to teach their kids that money should be earned, a new study reveals.
(BPT) - Fall signals the start of many annual traditions and favorite pastimes — the start of a new school year, football season and holidays. Fall is also the season for another important annual tradition: open enrollment, when many people have an opportunity to select or change their health benefits for the following year.
(BPT) - The American household is changing. The typical single-family home has evolved in the 21st century.
(NAPSI)—Parental involvement in the classroom is a well-known strategy to boost student achievement, but according to a recent survey, 62 percent of K-12 teachers say fewer than a quarter of parents get involved in the classroom1.
(NAPSI)—Today, the majority of women are entering the workforce. So what advice can women follow to enhance their careers and help overcome barriers to success?
(NewsUSA) - Sponsored by GAF - If you don't care about blowing tens of thousands of dollars on upgrades that add little or nothing to your house's value, you might as well stop reading this and go Google "Pokemon Go" for updates on the latest weird mishaps to befall distracted players. But if you do care -- and you'd especially better if you intend to ever sell -- then Remodeling magazine's annual Cost vs. Value Report for 2016 is must reading.
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(BPT) - Would you plug a leak if it cost $6 billion a year?
(NAPSI)—Cell phone? Check. Credit Card? Check. Health Insurance Card...?