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Welcome to the Real World

Living on your own for the first time can be both exciting and intimidating. Here is a guide to utility bills to make your transition to the real world of paying bills easier. 

Do It the S.M.A.R.T. Way!

Want to obtain your dream body? Ordinary steps will never do. If you want to get that healthy, fit body that you have always wanted, you should do it using S.M.A.R.T. goals!

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To Lend, or Not to Lend

It is easy to borrow – it is tougher to lend! Follow the golden traits and you should be on your way to becoming a borrower worth lending to.

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Online Work-at-home Company Receives 160 Complaints

Better Business Bureau Serving Southern Arizona is alerting job-seekers to NovEighteen, LLC, a company that consumers say is operating websites that promise quick paychecks for writing jobs. NovEighteen has 160 complaints with BBB.

This business has a pattern of complaints concerning a failure to honor their money back guarantee. 148 of the complaints forwarded to the business for a response have been unanswered. As a result, the company carries an F rating with BBB.

Shopping for a Bank

Deciding which bank to do business with can be challenging. Here are some tips to get you on the right foot.

School on a Budget

Paying for college can be expensive! Find out ways to reduce your educational costs.

BBB - “Most Dangerous Celebrities” are Click Bait

The security company McAfee released the list of the top ten “Most Dangerous Celebrities" whose names and photos are most often used by scammers as click bait.

Many consumers are unaware of the risks that exist when searching for celebrity and entertainment news. Often, the click bait leads to a sketchy website or a link that downloads malware on the user’s computer or smart phone.

Find out who the top ten are!

BBB - Expect Scammers to Use Nude Celebrities as “Click Bait”

Scammers are taking advantage of the recent leak of nude celebrity photos to trick consumers into clicking on links to fraudulent websites. 

These "click baiting" scams claim to link to photos, but clicking on these links or downloading photos can instead install malware on your computer or smartphone.