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Wanna buy a cookie?

This time of year, Girl Scout cookies are everywhere. Yes, they’re more expensive this year, and yes, some of the packages are smaller. You should still buy a box. It’s not about the cookies. Girl Scout cookies have passionate fans, but I find...

Job Help for Older Alums

A few years have gone by since you last visited your college career center, practicing interview skills and combing through job listings.   OK, maybe it’s been longer than a few. No matter: Your alma mater could turn out to be a smart resource for...

Every Woman Can Learn Programming

Want to be super-employable and well-paid? Learn how to write Web programming code—it’s not nearly as difficult as you think. About 250,000 new software developer jobs will be created in the U.S. over the next decade, according to the Bureau of...

The Most Important Task in Business

When you’re an entrepreneur, the to-do list never ends. There are emails from your bookkeeper, hires to make, bugs to fix, clients to call. The constant flow of tasks can be dizzying. When I feel overwhelmed, I have a mantra that I use to center...

Finding Your Perfect Tax Pro

Choosing the right professional to handle your taxes is not unlike finding the perfect shoe. You’re looking for comfort and the right amount of support. You’re trying to match both your lifestyle and your budget. So how do you find a tax preparer...

What I learned from Jody Sherman

Jody   Today's CreateWorth is a tribute to Jody Sherman, the former CEO of Ecomom.com, a website that specializes in providing eco-friendly and organic products. He took his own life a few days ago. Jody helped me make sense of myself in this...

The Dirty Word for Women

“I think women should be just as ambitious as men, and be proud of it,” fashion designer Tory Burch, who became a billionaire less than a decade after founding her eponymous company, recently told Stanford business school. She was talking...

Best Friends in Business

Would you start a business with your best friend? It’s tempting. You see eye-to-eye on so many things—maybe you even share a passion for a business idea.But is it worth the risk of losing your shirt, your BFF—or both?  Laura Loving and April...

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