How middle class is your city?
Which has the highest proportion of middle-class residents: small towns or big cities? Is Odessa, Texas (of “Friday Night Lights” fame) less middle class than Boston? Find out where Middle America is lurking in this study of over 380 U.S. metro areas. (TheStreet)
The ‘Grandparent Shuffle’ can make 529s go further
While a student or parent’s 529 account has only a small impact on how much federal aid that student will receive, the same is not true for 529s held by grandparents. If you’re saving for a grandchild’s college, here are some ways to make sure you don’t wreck their financial aid award in the process. (The Washington Post)
How do you think you’re doing?
Employee self-evaluations might seem like a Catch-22. Should you be humble? Should you crow about your accomplishments? If self-evaluations are part of your performance review ritual, check out this guide to navigating the minefield. (GirlBoss)
Breast cancer is less likely for morning people
Early to bed, early to rise, makes a woman less likely to develop breast cancer, according to a new study. The findings jibe with previous research linking cancer risk to sleep habits. Still, if you’re a night owl, no need to get too worried either — check out the details here. (CNN)
You have one hour to save … Go!
Sometimes, saving money on your monthly expenses can involve a long process of changing behaviors and drafting budgets. But there are also times when you can grab fistfuls of savings in a matter of minutes. Here are 10 of those times. (HuffPost)
Never put these things in your dishwasher
If you have dishwasher, then here’s a very straightforward list of what not to use it for. From chef’s knives to Moscow mule mugs, these are 16 items you should always wash by hand. (MoneyTalksNews)
How to start a business with nothing
They say you’ve got to have money to make money, but it’s just not so. Many winning ventures have started with little capital but big ideas. Consider these tips to entrepreneurial success for the young and broke. (Vice)
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