How to Make $1,000 This Week

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If the holiday hustle has you feeling broke and overwhelmed, don’t sit around and wallow in it. Take action, save money, and start next year out on the right foot.

How To Invest in Retirement

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As your days as an employee come to a close and you start thinking about the trips you’ll take and the golf you’ll play, put aside some time to rethink your investment strategy.

8 Financial Tips for Teens

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While these tips are to be delivered to teens, my hope is to help parents understand how to convey them effectively

Your Guide for the Best Thanksgiving!

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I’m going to divide this holiday into three parts: the prep, the event, and the aftermath, and offer some ideas for how to make each leg of your Thanksgiving journey a little more affordable.

Top 5 Ways to Raise Capital for Your Startup

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Every person, business, and investor has a different path; the road you take to entrepreneurial success might be any of the options in this post or a combination of all five.

Term Life Insurance: What, When, Why

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Life insurance belongs in your portfolio of coverages, and it doesn’t need to be as confusing as some people make it out to be.

Good Cards for Good Credit

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If your credit is fair to excellent and you pay off the balance promptly to avoid interest charges, the following cards could have you living large without really changing how you live.

Raising Kids in the Modern Worker's World

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Most every working parent has experienced the highs and lows of blending two schedules that seem to be at constant odds. There’s no foolproof plan for it, but a mindful approach can help you live the full, satisfying life you desire.

Setting Business Goals Before You Have Your Business

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These six points are as much a to-do list as they are goals. When it comes to starting a business, that’s really what goals are. You just need to give yourself a little direction in the beginning and you’ll be on your way.

What To Do About Your Student Loans?

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Loans come with different terms and structures, which plays a large part in the overall confusion and struggle of student borrowers. I’m listing three different tactics people use when trying to reduce their burden, and at least one of them should provide the right option for you.

10 Reasons Your Productivity is Lacking

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When you can identify and admit your faults, self-improvement becomes a whole lot easier. Take an honest look at the following productivity killers and start thinking about steps you can take to combat them.

10 Trending Businesses for 2020

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Since looking ahead can be fun and informative, let’s get a sneak peek at 10 businesses and business concepts that could be on the rise in 2020. Some are more exciting than others, but every one of them ought to be kept on your radar.

Millennial Money: Investing Strategies for Millennials

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It takes a concerted effort to save and invest these days, but I have confidence that this generation - which now makes up more than 50% of the workforce - can conquer modern financial challenges. Here are a few ways to make it happen.

By the Numbers: 6 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Companies Run By Women

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Over the last decade, the data keeps making one thing abundantly clear: every would-be venture capitalist should have an eye on female-founded businesses.

Tech Stocks and Value Investing

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To be very clear, I’m a fan of value investing. I think it’s wise to target stocks that seem underappreciated. I also think “value investing” causes a lot of people to miss out on valuable investments. ‍

7 Things You Should Probably Budget For

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It’s hard to account for everything that needs to go into a budget. After you tick through the obvious items, you have to start thinking about all those items that walk the line between want and necessity.

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