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The Corliss Online Group Financial Magazine: 8 Tips for Financial Wellness

Often at the start of a new year, one of our most popular resolutions is to become more financially stable and responsible. Overspending and overextending ourselves often comes from a place of lack and not feeling as if we have enough. It is an emotional issue as much as a material one.

Sometimes we feel as if by controlling and increasing the material volume of lives, we feel more abundant. Not only is this not true, it has the opposite effect. The more we spend our money in non-constructive ways, the worse we feel and the more we spend to feel better. Vicious cycle much?

Money is a deeply personal subject and financial circumstances vary greatly from individual to individual and family to family. There are no one-size fits all rules regarding money but there are some general tips that work well for most people.

For more useful reference:
http://corlissonlinegroup.com/
http://corlissmag.livejournal.com/
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Janet Yellen is expected to get the final political nod in the next couple of weeks to chair the U.S. Federal Reserve.

So when she signaled in congressional testimony last week that the U.S. economy was still in need of easy money, it was more than a throwaway line to please vetting senators worried about their voters' lack of jobs.

Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/17/us-economy-global-weekahead-idUSBRE9AG0D820131117
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