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This Week's Episode of On Your Money
August 26th, 2014

On this week’s show Joy and I discussed finding work-life balance, deducting cell phone expenses, year-end money moves to consider right now, and Wisconsin’s own Culver’s restaurants.

Some of the websites we mentioned:

Buying Series I Savings Bonds

Fast Food Maps

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 . . .

Spend less, have more!

Kevin McKinley

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Work life balance

     A survey conducted last year by the consulting firm Accenture found that the factor that workers value most highly is not money, advancement, or opportunities. It’s “work-life balance”.

   The term can mean different things to different people, but generally it refers to having some time to do something other than get up, go to work, go home, and go to bed (and repeat the next day, until you retire or die).

   Here are some observations on which careers, companies, and locations might be beneficial to those seeking to have a life as well as have a job.

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