Pawsitively Purrfect: A Day at Operation Kindness

October 10, 2014 0 Comments

Wiggly puppies, playful kittens plus plenty of their full-size counterparts were all nestled on a  tree-lined, landscaped property with winding trails and even a physical therapy playground. Sounds like pet heaven, right? At least I thought so when I first laid my eyes on the facilities at Operation Kindness in Carrollton, Texas.

Our first order of the day was a guided tour of the property. We were taken through the . . . Continue Reading »

New Cash Store Located at 6181 Saratoga Boulevard, Suite 101, in Corpus Christi, Texas

September 23, 2014 0 Comments

Cash Store has opened its 339th location at 6181 Saratoga Boulevard, Suite 101, in Corpus Christi. We’re pleased to open our fourth Cash Store location in the city. Our hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. We’re closed on Sundays. To learn more about our services, please stop by and meet with one of our friendly, knowledgeable staff . . . Continue Reading »

Does how much time you work affect your wages? It depends.

September 16, 2014 0 Comments

You may be considering a career in the medical, legal or technology field.  You may already be in one of them.

We decided to collect and analyze salary data on popular occupations and determine how they stack up against one another under the same conditions: average hours worked per week versus money earned per hour.

Here are our results.











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Inexpensive Things to do in College Towns

September 8, 2014 0 Comments

School is already underway for college students across America. We admit we’re a little envious of college students because we miss the anticipation that signals the start of another school year, hanging out with friends, and campus activities such as college football. But we don’t exactly miss all the tests, research papers, and tuition costs, which only seem to be soaring. College is already stressful as it is, and trying . . . Continue Reading »

Five Associate Degrees to Receive for Higher Pay

August 14, 2014 0 Comments

Earning your associate degree is a sure-fire way to increase your earning potential and open new doors for better career prospects. An associate degree program is usually a two-year commitment, although some programs can be completed in as little as a year, and sometimes can be taken online. There are many elements to consider when choosing an associate degree that’s right for you, which is why we’ve compiled the top . . . Continue Reading »

Budgeting for the Back-to-School Season

August 6, 2014 0 Comments

Just a few short months ago, students and teachers emptied school grounds, leaving behind desolate parking lots and vacant halls for the promise of summer vacation. Soon, the halls will fill up and the parking lots will swarm with minivans and school buses that signal school is back in session. And for parents, that means another wave of financial obligations.

Also read: 6 Things Teachers Can Use for DIY Projects. . . Continue Reading »

The Top 5 College Expenses Students Forget

July 31, 2014 0 Comments

We don’t have to tell you that college is expensive. Tuition makes up the bulk of college expenses and it has increased at colleges, both public and private, across the country. During the 2013 – 2014 school year, the average cost for one year at an in-state public school averaged $22,826. The cost for a private school was almost twice that at $44,750.

The other major college expenses are . . . Continue Reading »

6 Things Teachers Can Use for DIY Projects

July 23, 2014 0 Comments

It’s hard to think about school during the summer but when one season ends, another one has to begin. Don’t worry teachers, no one wants to cut your summer vacation short, but it never hurts to start preparing for another successful school year.

During the 2012-2013 school year, K-12 public school teachers spent $1.6 billion of their own money on classroom tools!  That number is up from previous years as . . . Continue Reading »

The Kid Calculator: A Tool That Shows How Much Parents Spend to Raise Their Children

July 10, 2014 2 Comments

For all the parents out there, the Cash Store understands that having a child is one of life’s most rewarding experiences. It’s filled with both high and low points ranging from the first time you held your child to the frustrations of raising a rowdy teenager. There may have been times when your child knocked out a neighbor’s window, perhaps they just had to have the most expensive toy on . . . Continue Reading »

How to Spend the Fourth of July

June 30, 2014 0 Comments

The Fourth of July is a celebration of independence for the United States. Many Americans mark the occasion by viewing fireworks, watching parades, having barbecues, and attending fairs and picnics. We’ve compiled a list of family-friendly, low-cost festivities and events to help you celebrate Independence Day. Many of the events offer free admission. Always remember to review event guidelines for specific rules and regulations. And have fun, and please remember . . . Continue Reading »

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