Types Of Student Loan Forgiveness Plans

It isn't cheap to attend college with the average bachelor degree attached with around $30,000 in student loan debt, paying loans back can be a challenge. However there some programs that can have a portion of your balance forgiven. You may qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program if...
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The Mental Trick To Cut Spending And Boost Saving

A recent survey found 21% of Americans have nothing saved in their banking accounts and another 10% have less than $5,000 tucked away for a rainy day. But there's a fairly simple mind trick you can use to sock away some cash for emergencies, retirement or a down payment on a house. Every time you...
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Make A Not-To-Do List

Being an efficient multi-tasker calls for some disciplined organization usually composed with lists of items to do. But those list can become out of control and leave you feeling like there's no time for you. Allison Rimm, a management consultant, writes in the Harvard Business Review that one way...
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Nearly Half Of Non-Smokers Say They Should Get Additional Time Off

Lighting up a feudal fire on an old argument is a new survey that found 42% of non-smokers feel they should receive three to five additional vacation days a year than their smoking co-workers. The survey by e-cigarette maker Halo surveyed 1,005 American adults also found that 28% of smokers agreed...
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Company Offers Paid Time Off To Compensate For Smokers Taking Breaks

Do smokers take more work breaks than non-smokers? One Japanese company has heard their non-smoking employees and feel they deserve an extra six days of paid vacation as compensation for their smoking peers taking regular breaks throughout the day. A spokesperson for the company said that an office...
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Should Non-Smokers Get Extra Paid Time Off As Compensation For Smokers Taking Breaks?

Yes, Smokers take time off from work to smoke, so I should get compensated.
100% (3 votes)
No, non-smokers can also take scheduled breaks and not smoke, so there is no need for additional paid time off.
Total votes: 3
A Japanese company offers an additional six days of paid time off a year for non-smokers as compensation for smokers taking 15 minute breaks throughout the day. Do you think your employer should offer paid time off for not taking breaks to smoke?
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New Warning In Using Over-The-Counter Painkillers

When we suffer aches and pains, many grab the bottle of ibuprofen never really thinking that too much of it can kill you. A new report points to growing evidence that high doses of common non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs like ibuprofen and naproxen, increases your risk of a heart...
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