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5 tips to start working from home

The work situation is changing due to the coronavirus. Here we give you some tips so you can learn how to work from home effectively.

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Spending on experiences versus possessions advances more immediate happiness

Some purchases seem to be better than others at generating happiness. 

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Pay inequality: the gender pay gap in an anonymous online labor market

The U.S. is witnessing a dramatic rise in nontraditional 'gig economy' labor markets where workers are hired for single projects often on a short-term basis. 

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Faking emotions at work does more harm than good

The study surveyed working adults in a wide variety of industries including education, manufacturing, engineering, and financial services.

Man using the computer for an online auction.

How retailers can make more money in online auctions

The study focuses on online auction platforms used by retailers to sell their unsold or returned inventory to discount stores and wholesale liquidators.

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Is it affordable to have a baby?

One of the most expensive parts of having a baby may involve the birth itself.

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Luxury consumption can fuel 'impostor syndrome' among some buyers

While luxury consumption holds the promise of elevated status, it can backfire and make consumers feel inauthentic, which produces the syndrome.

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7 tips to save your money in 2020

Make this one of your New Year resolutions. It is simpler than you may think. 

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'Financial infidelity': What defines it, who is at risk, and what are the consequences?

Financial infidelity has the potential to be as harmful to relationship health and longevity as sexual infidelity.

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How are income inequality and women's sexualization linked?

Study showed that women assigned to economically unequal societies seem to be more anxious about their social status.


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Harley Davidson Motorcycle: what to know when buying

Willing to buy a used vehicle, you must carefully check it first to protect yourself from unpleasant situations of all kinds

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#MeTooPay is looking for gender pay equality

November 14 marked Equal Pay Day: the day of the year when women start to work for free. The day is dedicated to raising awareness of the gender pay gap.

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How to save money without dying in the process

Here you will find 5 tips so you can save money successfully

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Venezuelan military run out of Mastercard credit cards

Since January, the Donald Trump government has increased sanctions to push for a departure from President Nicolás Maduro

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5 best personal finances apps

Stay on top of your personal finances with these apps

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Desperate, Argentines make long lines to get savings from banks

Having the memory of past crises, where many lost their money by freezing deposits, Argentines prefer to save their money

This April 3, 2019, file photo shows a tip box filled with U.S. currency in New York.

Financial therapy: What it is and who needs it?

Money is about more than numbers: emotions are often at play too

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Brazil's Bolsonaro says government may cut worker protections to boost job creation

"What I'm trying to offer the worker is this: fewer rights and jobs, or all their rights and unemployment," said Bolsonaro

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Money lessons for kids: how to deal with your children's allowance?

What do you do when your kids start asking you for money and you want to teach them about financial habits?

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Millennial Money: Credit score up? Build credit smarts, too

Only 56% of millennials, from ages 21 to 38, rated their knowledge on their credit as "excellent" or "good"

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