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Think Up

Think Up

The biggest barriers to success are the thoughts we have about ourselves and the things we want to accomplish. We are shaped by the people we meet, the books we read, the places we go and the experiences we have. Over the last 10 years I've realized ...

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Extra Income

Extra Income

The American dream has become mostly just a dream for many people. The idea of working a normal job, saving up for a home, paying off the mortgage and saving for retirement is lost on many of us. More people are turning to supplemental income as a ...

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Use Supplemental Income To Pay Off Debt

Use Supplemental Income To Pay Off Debt

One of the most popular financial goals for a new year is to pay off debt. And this is a good thing. You should be paying off debt. The interest you pay on your debt comes straight out of your pocket and goes directly into someone else’s – without ...

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Career

Career

Over 50% of American workers are dissatisfied with their full time job either because they don't like their field, place of employment or their salary. Our career tips focus on ways to increase salary and improve the work experience. Make More - How To Find A High Paying Job - ...

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Business Ideas

Business Ideas

We are starting to wake up to the fact that our economy has changed and we cannot depend on a regular 9-5 job to achieve the American dream. Extreme career advancement or supplemental income is a new requirement for the family of 4 to live well financially. ...

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A Plan to Build Credit for Young People

Posted by on Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Graduation celebrations are coming to an end and now it’s time for college. Perhaps you have big plans to attend a college or university or you may be hoping to earn honors in the college of life. In either case, the future needs to include a plan to build credit. Educate, Educate, Educate It would […]

Basic Safety Tips To Avoid Unnecessary Electricity Cost

Posted by on Saturday, April 27, 2013

The current economic conditions require more thought when it comes to saving. If you’re an individual looking for some safety tips, you can start by looking at your utility bills. Imagine doing this without cutting down on your consumption of electricity. This economizing task of saving money, just like earning extra income, is not an […]

Top 10 Creative Ways to Earn Extra Money to Avoid Debt Trap

Posted by on Thursday, November 29, 2012

In this day and age, everyone wants to make more money, primarily because they want to survive these tough times. Unfortunately, making extra money is never easy. Fortunately, there are ways to earn if you can put in the extra work. Here are 10 creative ways to earn money in order to avoid debt trap. […]

Spend Less To Be Debt Free

Posted by on Thursday, November 29, 2012

If you’re looking for a way to live a debt-free life, then there’s a really simple mantra to follow. Spend less than you earn. Of course, it’s not always easy to do this, but wherever you are in life, if you adopt this mantra, you will gradually work your way out of financial difficulty and […]

4 Tips for Standing Out in Your Job Search

Posted by on Thursday, May 17, 2012

If you want a job in the current market, you need to stand out from the other applicants. Whether you are looking for a new high paying job, or just trying to get anything, you need to find ways to show that you are serious about the job, and that you are the best person […]

5 Ways to Enhance Your Efforts to Start a Business

Posted by on Thursday, May 10, 2012

Many of us dream about starting a business. However, it’s important to understand that a business is hard work, and it can also require some knowledge and savvy on your part. Whether you start an online store, buy a franchise, or offer your services as a freelancer, it can help to take a few steps to […]

Investing: Stocks vs. ETFs

Posted by on Thursday, May 3, 2012

When most of us think about investing, our thoughts immediately jump to stocks. However, many of us are wary of what can happen when you get involved  with stock picking. Instead, people are more likely to feel comfortable with various funds, carefully arrayed according to an asset allocation strategy that makes sense for them. A […]

How Debt is Holding You Back

Posted by on Thursday, April 26, 2012

One of the things most likely to hold you back in life is your debt. While it’s possible to borrow smart, and use debt as a way to leverage different opportunities, it can also drag your finances down. Using debt requires that you walk a fine line that can result in financial bondage if you […]

5 Government Resources for Single Mothers

Posted by on Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Being a mother is the toughest (albeit most rewarding) job you will ever have. Doing it on your own may seem nearly impossible. If you are a single mother, then you know how easy it can be to feel completely frazzled at times. Fortunately for you, there is help. You just have to know where […]

How To Get A Great Credit Score

Posted by on Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Most people are well aware of the fact that their credit score is a vital piece of their life. The better their score, the more likely they are to qualify for loans and other forms of credit. However, there are different levels of credit and while many people have good credit, far fewer have excellent […]

Choosing An Annuity: The Annuity Calculator

Posted by on Tuesday, April 24, 2012

The precursor to choosing an annuity is the arduous process of saving into a pension. Assuming that an individual does have a pension pot, it is possible to use the money from there to purchase an annuity. If the value of the pension pot is known then an annuity calculator offers a simple way to […]

Should You Get Your College Student Their Own Credit Card?

Posted by on Monday, April 23, 2012

College is a time when young adults get to experience life away from home, find themselves, and earn an education. It’s also a time for them to nearly drive their parents into debt. College is expensive – from tuition to housing to books to food to beer. If you have a child in college, you’re […]

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