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How to Start an Online Business and Make Real Money
Online businesses rock. Why? I’ll tell you why . . . . You can run your online business from anywhere, and you actually don’t need a lot of money to start. There aren’t too many businesses that can boast those advantages! But still, you’re going to need quite a bit of time and a little […]
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Cutting Our Mobile And Home Phone Bills: How Is It Going After A Few Months Using Ooma and FreedomPop?
Earlier this year we started looking to find ways that we could cut our regular monthly bills, and one place we found to cut was our home and mobile phone costs. So how have our cheaper alternatives been working?
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5 Ways To Grow Your Savings Fast
The following is a sponsored partnership with Capital One Shopping. Capital One Shopping compensates us when you get the browser extension using the links we provided. Are you looking to learn how to grow your savings fast? Today, I’m going to talk about some of the best ways to save money, and they can be […]
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Simple Ways to Get Cable TV for Free
Cable and satellite TV can get expensive. I know. We are still using satellite TV, and paying $92 a month for it. And we don’t even have a premium package. At some point, though, I hope to convince my husband that he doesn’t need the TV for the sports, and that we can find other […]
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30 days to better finances
Learning to manage your finances isn’t something most people would put at the very top of their “most fun thing to do” list, but we all know that we ignore money and budgets at our peril. Having a strong handle on what money is going in and what money is going out is an essential first step. But you don’t have to be overwhelmed. By setting aside between five and 30 minutes each day, you can transform your finances dramatically in 30 days. Here’s one such plan:
Day 1: Compile all your expenses and income. Bucket them by categories such as Savings (retirement accounts, emergency fund), Mortgage/Rent, Household Expenses (food, utilities, heating oil, etc.), Commuting (tolls, commuter rail cards), Debt Repayment (student loans), Entertainment. It doesn’t have to be perfect, just complete. Use a service like Mint, software like Excel or even just good old pen and paper — whatever you are comfortable with. Yearly budgets are more accurate because you will see irregular expenses like property taxes or gifts.
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How Former Teachers Now Earn $45,000 a Month With Their Online Business
As someone who stumbled into starting an online business and has generated over $1 million in revenue from blogging, I love hearing stories of other successful online entrepreneurs. Itâs rare that you come across a couple who makes more than $45,000 per month and reached that point within a few years of starting their business. […]
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10 Best Financial Magazines
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15 Surprisingly Simple Money Saving Tips for Families
Before we had our first son I was terrified of how much it was going to increase our monthly expenses. I was already scrambling ideas in my mind on ways to make money fast to save for this new expense coming our way! We were decent at managing our finances, but I suddenly felt that […]
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