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Six tips for planning to buy a new home

Saving for a new home requires persistence, and every dollar counts.

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It's not all about you: How to prepare for a job interview

Standout job candidates do two things well: They prepare by researching the organization, and they ask thoughtful questions at the interview.

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Six tips for saving for a new home

Saving for a new home requires persistence, and every dollar counts.

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Cable competition can raise revenue for ROCs

Compensation agreements with cable companies can create income for resident-owned communities.

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Stigma, zoning are barriers to affordable homes

Because of outdated notions about the quality of the houses, the communities where they’re located, and the people who live in them, some people consider manufactured homes a last resort, rather than a great choice.

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Finding a 'truth nugget' can defuse arguments

Fogging is a technique that helps deflect verbal attacks that can otherwise railroad a conversation or meeting.

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Mission investing: Unleashing foundations' full potential

The University of New Hampshire is using some of its endowment to serve the state's people by investing in opportunity statewide.

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When you're neighbors, "because" is all you need

Some things can't be measured, like a community's transformation when its residents have a common goal.

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April showers bring ... stormwater runoff

Stormwater runoff can cause structural and environmental problems, but there are low-cost solutions.

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Cooperatives in NH and across the world--unite!

Cooperatives for a Better World exists to unite the many cooperative businesses around the world to strengthen our positive impact.

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