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On Memorial Day, it's important to celebrate the veterans and fallen soldiers who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. Here are ways you can support military members and their families.
Giving and receiving money can be a delicate business, but if you know the right etiquette you giving money as a gift can be simple.
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April's Reddit challenge is simple: Be better prepared to enter the working world. Reddit offers a host of steps to help you land the perfect job or internship, and we throw in some of our advice.