It starts with that uneasy feeling in the back of your mind that not everything is perfect. Then, you start feeling uneasy or anxious any time you see that bank statement, credit card statement, or your latest 401k or investment account update. In almost every situation, people will typically wait too long in order to […] The post Take the First Step in Assessing Your Financial Situation appeared first on Class.com.

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For most people, their 401k plan will represent their second largest asset after their home, and, most certainly, their largest retirement savings tool.   Unfortunately, those very same people will likely spend more time planning their vacations or researching their next vehicle purchase, than they will planning for their retirement and managing their investments. Here […] The post 5.5 Mistakes to Avoid with Your 401(K) Plan appeared first on Class.com.

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  Dear Readers, We are happy to announce the launch of Class Magazine! With your support, we have the ambition to become America’s most popular print and digital gloss magazine! And here are few reasons for you to be with us in this challenging and exciting journey! Reason 1. We are Different At the time […] The post About Class Magazine appeared first on Class.com.

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Gardens need bugs! Insects are needed to pollinate plants and make the garden blossom. Without butterflies, bees, and bugs, plants will not produce fruit and the garden will be sad and unproductive. While many beneficial insects will show up on their own, it is worthwhile to create a haven for them and draw them in. […] The post Attracting Beneficial Insects to Gardens appeared first on Class.com.

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Being an everyday American right now comes with its challenges and here are some harrowing things to ponder on. For those Americans in employment, close on 80% report living from pay-check to pay-check.  Further, roughly 50% of Americans have savings of less than $1,000.00.  And to add to this frown-forming set of worries, 13% of […] The post America’s Strugglefest 2018 appeared first on Class.com.

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You slip inside your car, start the engine, adjust your mirrors, and you’re off. You probably never stopped to think that each of those steps you follow routinely without much thought was inspired by racing car designs. Why not? Race car drivers are literally putting their lives in the trust of engineering. If their car […] The post The Racecar Science Behind the Car you Drive appeared first on Class.com.

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Don’t be discouraged if you don’t have space for a large garden. There are a wide variety of herbs and vegetables that can grow in containers and in small spaces. If you have a windowsill that faces south, that is an excellent place to put a few plants. Or if there is deck space or […] The post Gardening in Small Spaces appeared first on Class.com.

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Heading to the gym for a workout or a run along the beach or city streets doesn’t mean you have to kick all fashion sense to the curb. Athleisure is a clothing trend designed specifically to look trendy, while being able to move in style. And the best part is that it is so eye-catching […] The post Growing Athleisure Trend is Changing Colors appeared first on Class.com.

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Freedom is a complicated thing. Freedom of speech and expression per the First Amendment?  Sure.  Freedom to fly a Confederate flag?  Erm, ok, but why would you want to? The right to bear arms as stipulated by the Second Amendment.  Yes indeed.  Freedom to own a semi-automatic rifle and bump-stock while mentally ill?  Hmmm, can […] The post US Healthcare or Wealthcare? appeared first on Class.com.

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The United States government plans to spend approximately $1.3 billion (FY18 appropriation) to nonprofit organizations and local government agencies annually to keep detained migrant children and provide services via Unaccompanied Alien Children Program. According to the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), the organization that takes custody of the children within three days of their detainment, almost […] The post The US is wasting $180,000 per year on detaining a migrant child appeared first on Class.com.

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