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    Investing 101: Buying Shares

    Tweet One of the essentials of building wealth over time is investing. There just isn’t another way that is as effective at creating a nice chunk of wealth over time. You can put your money in a savings account, but your returns are going to […]

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    Top 10 Dangerous Jobs According to… Me!

    Tweet As a freelancer, I am the owner, president, secretary, creator, chief cook and bottle washer along with all the other positions you might think of! If something should happen to me, the whole business closes down! 😉 Alright, it’s a rather small business and […]

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    3 Good Reasons to Start a Side Gig

    Tweet Recently, I read the book The Economy of You by Kimberly Palmer. This is a book that’s all about starting a side gig, and providing practical advice to get it done. As I read the book, it occurred to me that just about everyone […]

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    The Fears that I Want to Get Rid Of

    Tweet Last week, I wrote about What Would I Say to My 18 Self. This week’s post could be seen as a follow-up. While writing the above piece, I also realised some of my daily reactions or impressions are influenced by fears I have. I […]

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    Tips for Teaching Financial Literacy to Your Kids

    Tweet One of the best things you can do for your children is to teach the basics of financial literacy. Right now, financial literacy rates are fairly well, with many Americans unable to answer even basic questions about how money works. Additionally, there are concerns […]

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    Shopping Off Season to Save Big

    Tweet A couple days ago, I looked at my son’s pants and realised he has grown a lot…again! I didn’t think we were due to buy new clothes yet. No choice but to face the truth though, my son needs them. At first, I was […]

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    Different Types of Online Coupons You Can Use For Shopping

    Tweet This is a guest post Some bargain-hunting shoppers may be more accustomed to the printed coupons that are stuffed into the Sunday newspaper or mailbox. The new trend is to find coupons online, paste the coupon code, and apply it to a purchase. These […]

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    What Would I Say to My 18 Self?

    Tweet The beginning of the year is often a period of time where we look back at what we’ve accomplished, the path we chose to follow and the decisions we made. This year, it hit me a little harder. The only grandfather I’ve known in […]

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    Are You Making Excuses About Your Financial Situation?

    Tweet When my husband and I first married, we were struggling college students, living off student loans and the money gifts received at our wedding. We were sure that we were living prudently with our money, proclaiming that we couldn’t cut anything from our budget, […]

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    An Online Business Accounting System That Makes Things Simple For You

    Tweet This is a guest post. For many business owners, the thought of taxes, accounting, and numbers can be overwhelming, boring, and difficult to comprehend. Most business owners have a big picture mentally as they are innovative, decision makers who want to change the world […]

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