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This Week's Episode of On Your Money
September 23rd, 2014

On this week’s show  Joy and I discussed the latest retailer to report a security breach of their customer data, helping friends pay for their kids’ college expenses, four things you didn’t know about life insurance (but should), and how to find a good deal on cell and data service.

Some of the websites we mentioned:

Home Depot’s credit monitoring offer

EdVest

Term4Sale term life insurance search tool

FreedomPop cell service

Republic Wireless

Low income cell service options

Search for the cheapest plan for you at Wirefly

That's all for now. Send your questions and comments to onyourmoney@wpr.org, or contact me directly at kevin@onyourmoney.com. Until next time . . .

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Finding work-life balance
09/29/14
Overview:

     Last week we discussed the continuing quest for “work-life balance”, and which countries, cities, careers, and companies were most likely to offer some time to get things done for someone other than your boss.

    But changing jobs or moving to a more-favorable location may be impossible. So today we’ll discuss what you can do to reclaim some of your lost time, without substantially disrupting your life.

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