Take the First Step to Debt Freedom and Stop Paying Interest

Feb 25 4:30am Wise Bread
Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/the-best-0-balance-transfer-credit-cards?utm\_source=wis... Banks are now offering the longest 0\% intro APRs we've ever seen. Take the first step to eliminating credit card debt with a 0\% balance transfer for up to 21 months.
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Day 25: How To Stay Connected With Your Money

Feb 25 4:00am A Debt Free Stress Free Life
The purpose of this No Spend Day Challenge, maybe the sole purpose, is to help you get and stay connected with your money.  You see, you’ve been living in a fog up until now and through this Challenge you’ve uncovered and started a new relationship with your money.  But if you’re not careful, and ifView Post The post Day 25: How To Stay Connected With Your Money appeared first on A Debt Free Stress Free Life.
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Reaping Windfalls

Feb 25 1:49am HumbleDollar
MANY EMPLOYEES deliberately have too much income tax withheld from their paycheck, so they receive a fat refund each spring. Federal refunds averaged $2,850 per income-tax return in 2014, the latest year for which data is available. This is completely irrational and entirely sensible. It’s irrational, because we’re making an interest-free loan to Uncle Sam. Why not have the correct amount of tax withheld, and then take a sliver of each paycheck and pop it in a high-yield savings account, The post Reaping Windfalls appeared first on HumbleDollar.
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Keep Your Small Business Financially Healthy

Feb 24 11:40pm Personal Finance Blog – Personal Finance and Money Management Tips
What are you doing as a small business owner to keep your company chugging along financially? For some individuals heading up small businesses, they rely on not only a savvy financial background to assist them, but also some commonsense. As an example, having a rotating door of employees can be a buzz-killer (especially financially) for ... The post Keep Your Small Business Financially Healthy appeared first on Personal Finance Blog - Personal Finance and Money Management Tips.
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Americans Are Taking On a Lot More Debt

Feb 24 10:42pm Personal Finance News
CNN reported: “Total household debt climbed to $12.58 trillion at the end of 2016, an increase of $266 billion from the third quarter, according to a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. For the year, household debt ballooned by $460 billion — the largest increase in almost a decade. That means the debt loads […] The post Americans Are Taking On a Lot More Debt appeared first on Personal Finance News.
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This Alarming Stat Shows Just How Unprepared Americans are for Retirement

Feb 24 5:20pm The Penny Hoarder
A recent report found that two-thirds of Americans aren’t saving for retirement. One possible explanation: They just don’t know their options. The post This Alarming Stat Shows Just How Unprepared Americans are for Retirement appeared first on The Penny Hoarder.
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Get Stunning Nighttime Views of a Chicago Landing From the Cockpit

Feb 24 5:10pm The Points Guy
Ever wonder how huge airports manage to safely land one plane after another, spaced only a minute apart? In big cities with crowded airspace, commercial jets routinely follow one of many STAR arrival procedures, or “Standard Terminal Arrivals.” Think of a STAR as a conceptual highway that planes follow while descending towards an airport, complete with speed limits and altitude requirements. […]...
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27 Job Interview Questions That Will Make You Sweat Just Reading Them

Feb 24 5:00pm The Penny Hoarder
Nervous about your upcoming job interview? These 27 questions are some of the toughest ever, according to Glassdoor. They’ll make you sweat a little -- but it’s good preparation! The post 27 Job Interview Questions That Will Make You Sweat Just Reading Them appeared first on The Penny Hoarder.
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Review: A Superior Room at the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon

Feb 24 4:25pm The Points Guy
The Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is one of the most regal hotels in the city. Pros: Unbeatable service, private terraces, elegant restaurants and a giant gym on the roof with a wraparound view. Cons: It's a hike from the city center down a hill, some rooms have an unpleasant odor.
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Your Fingers Will Thank You for Checking Out This Calphalon Knife Recall

Feb 24 4:20pm The Penny Hoarder
About 2 million Calphalon knives were just recalled -- are your blades among them? Here’s how to find out. The post Your Fingers Will Thank You for Checking Out This Calphalon Knife Recall appeared first on The Penny Hoarder.
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Sex in the City: This Swedish Town May Pay its Workers for Sex on the Clock

Feb 24 4:15pm The Penny Hoarder
Would you be ecstatic about an hour of paid time off each week for sex? You won’t believe this Swedish politician’s plan to offer city workers the ultimate perk. The post Sex in the City: This Swedish Town May Pay its Workers for Sex on the Clock appeared first on The Penny Hoarder.
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Big Banks Made $6.4B Off These Easy-to-Avoid Fees Heres How to End it

Feb 24 4:00pm The Penny Hoarder
Embarrassed about the overdraft or ATM fees that have leached cash from your checking account? It’s a way bigger business than you might have expected. Here’s how to keep more cash in your accounts. The post Big Banks Made $6.4B Off These Easy-to-Avoid Fees — Here’s How to End it appeared first on The Penny Hoarder.
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Deal Alert: US Cities to Thailand From $586 Round-Trip

Feb 24 3:37pm The Points Guy
Want to see the latest flight deals as soon as they’re published? Follow The Points Guy on Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to text message alerts from our deals feed, @tpg\_alerts. Airfare deals are typically only available on limited dates. We recommend that you use Google Flights to find dates to fly, then book through […]...
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Weekend Reading for Financial Planners (Feb 25-26)

Feb 24 2:43pm Kitces.com
Enjoy the current installment of “weekend reading for financial planners” – this week’s edition kicks off with a recap of the recent Technology Tools for Today (T3) Advisor technology conference, which includes many notable announcements, from a new Orion rebalancing software solution, to major new Riskalyze features, and the news that eMoney Advisor will be integratingRead More...
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American Express EveryDay Sign Up Bonus Worth $100

Feb 24 2:35pm My Dollar Plan
American Express offers a sign up bonus of 10,000 membership rewards points. The 10,000 bonus points are worth $100 in gift cards. However, as I mentioned in my $4,292 Credit Card Application Spree, the benefits of this card go beyond the sign up bonus. You can pool your MR points across multiple cards and use [...] Continue reading...
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Airbus and Boeing Are Struggling to Keep Up With New Aircraft Orders

Feb 24 2:01pm The Points Guy
We’re lucky to live in an age where we consistently see great airfare deals, allowing more people to travel internationally than ever before. And with the growing demand for long-haul flights, airlines are ordering new planes at an unprecedented pace. Much of this growth is due to Asian and Middle Eastern carriers looking for more fuel-efficient planes, especially […]...
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Can I retire young?

Feb 24 1:46pm Early Retirement Extreme
The following generic question is a very common when it comes to early retirement. It goes something like this (you can adjust the numbers slightly): “I am thirty-something years old and I have managed to save a few hundred thousands (or more). Is it possible for me to retire already?” The answer is yes. Although […]...
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Are Bank Referral Bonuses Taxable?

Feb 24 1:45pm The Points Guy
Reader Randy C. emailed us last week after receiving a Form 1099-MISC from Chase. The form reported $1,000 of income for “referring a total of 20 people for the Southwest Premier and Plus cards.” Randy had done some research and wrote us, “Since a referral bonus doesn’t require you to spend money to get rewards it […]...
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Fundrise Heartland eREIT Review: Real Estate Crowdfunding For Non-Accredited Investors

Feb 24 1:28pm Financial Samurai
After publishing my post, Focus On Trends: Why I’m Investing In The Heartland Of America, a couple readers pointed out that Fundrise, one of the leading real estate crowdfunding platforms, actually offers a Heartland eREIT. Last time I wrote about them in 2016, they just had an Income and Growth eREIT™, so it’s great toRead More...
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Shutterfly: Save up to 50% off Your Order!

Feb 24 1:21pm BargainBriana™
Get up to 50\% off your order at Shutterfly! Use coupon code NEWFORU at check out. The more you spend the higher your discount will be! Offer is good for 30\% off qualifying merchandise orders of $1-$28.99; 40\% off $29-$78.99 and [...] Shutterfly: Save up to 50\% off Your Order! first appeared on BargainBriana.        ...
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This Survey Says More People are Putting Careers Before Other Life Goals

Feb 24 1:20pm The Penny Hoarder
Lots of people put off their long-term goals so they can save enough money to support their pursuit. Here’s how to empower yourself to go after what you want. The post This Survey Says More People are Putting Careers Before Other Life Goals appeared first on The Penny Hoarder.
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Deal Alert: US Cities to China From $461 Round-Trip

Feb 24 12:35pm The Points Guy
Want to see the latest flight deals as soon as they’re published? Follow The Points Guy on Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to text message alerts from our deals feed, @tpg\_alerts. Airfare deals are typically only available on limited dates. We recommend that you use Google Flights to find dates to fly, then book through […]...
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A cashless society isnt coming that fast, thanks to confused, worried millennials

Feb 24 12:24pm Personal Finance
80\% of millennials carry cash, 64\% most of the time. If a cashless society is inevitable, it's not happening fast.
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3 Ways To Research Car Prices

Feb 24 11:58am Clever Dude Personal Finance & Money
We’ve held off for over two years, but we’ve finally reached the point where we’re going to become a three car family. My son has been the primary driver of our car, with my wife and I mainly using our van. There’s been some times where we’ve had to adjust schedules due to car availability, […]...
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Yes, there's an app for that, but should you pay for it?

Feb 24 11:28am Personal Finance
Yes, there are a slew of free apps on the market, but sometimes it pays to buy the costlier version.
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Ubers Self-Driving Cars Are Now Available in Arizona

Feb 24 11:25am The Points Guy
If you order an Uber in Tempe, Arizona, there’s a chance you may be picked up by an autonomous car, as the company officially rolled out a new fleet of self-driving Volvo CX90s earlier this week. Don’t worry if you’re wary of riding in one of these vehicles, as there are two Uber engineers who […]...
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Free Story Time Events at Build-A-Bear

Feb 24 11:17am BargainBriana™
Who knew that there was a National Tell A Fairy Tale Day? There is and Build-A-Bear Workshops are celebrating by hosting three free story time events in the U.S. and Canada stores this weekend. Bear Builders at locations across the [...] Free Story Time Events at Build-A-Bear first appeared on BargainBriana.        ...
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Where to Sit When Flying Uniteds 777-300ER: Economy and Economy Plus

Feb 24 9:59am The Points Guy
This Monday, we had our very first opportunity to experience United’s new 777-300ER (77W), complete with a tour from the airline’s CEO, Oscar Munoz. And while business class is a massive improvement over the 2-4-2 seats United flies on many of its other international aircraft, economy is a different story altogether. On this particular 777 model, economy […]...
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These Are the Countries With the Fastest Mobile Internet

Feb 24 9:55am The Points Guy
In today’s fast-paced and mobile-obsessed world, there aren’t many things more frustrating than a slow cell phone connection. Whether it’s the less-than-reliable Wi-Fi on New York subways or a blocked signal in an Italian wine cellar, it’s hard to post the perfect Instagram photo if you can’t connect. Luckily, Open Signal, a data analytics firm has made […]...
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10 Fun and Frugal Dates

Feb 24 9:45am Couple Money
Last weekend for the $20 Date Night Challenge! How are things going? I’m loving having some more time together. Even with the craziness of this month, we’ve worked hard to make […] The post 10 Fun and Frugal Dates appeared first on Couple Money.
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Profitable Ideas: Let It Go, Frugality Gone Too Far, and More

Feb 24 9:30am Matt About Money
A weekly roundup of some of the more interesting and helpful personal finance articles I’ve read recently. How to decipher if it’s time to let something go (Becoming Minimalist). Minimalism seems to be growing in popularity. Here are some ideas for getting rid of some of your stuff. Better than a bike (Humble Dollar). Good […]...
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Status Symbols and Spending Less

Feb 24 9:00am The Simple Dollar
I had a wonderful Facebook message exchange with a reader named Pete, who gave me permission to summarize our conversation but not to quote it. Pete comes from a family where clothing is a huge status symbol. To dress in a nice suit at family events or in the community that he grew up in is a visual sign that you are an adult, that you’ve made it, and that you’ve achieved things that deserve respect. A cheap suit doesn’t ... The post Status Symbols and Spending Less appeared first on The Simple Dollar.
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GFC 085: 7 Student Loan Dangers to Watch Out For

Feb 24 8:58am Good Financial Cents
Americans owed astronomical sums on their student loans as of early 2017 – a little over $37,000 per average borrower and $1.3 trillion cumulatively. The rising costs of college coupled with decreasing student aid have created the perfect storm for wholesale indebtedness, leaving millions of graduates wondering how they’ll cope. As if the burden of debt wasn’t... Listen Now--> The post GFC 085: 7 Student Loan Dangers to Watch Out For appeared first on Good Financial Cents.
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Pickings are Slim for Millennials Ready to Buy a Home

Feb 24 8:17am Personal Finance News
Just as Americans buy homes at fastest pace in a decade, millennials are having a hard time trying to acquire their first homes. The Washington Post reported: “For years, millennials looked at owning a home as a distant fantasy. Student debt and a weak job market seemed to conspire to keep this generation stuck in […] The post Pickings are Slim for Millennials Ready to Buy a Home appeared first on Personal Finance News.
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Can Having Too Many Credit Cards Affect Your Credit Score?

Feb 24 8:05am CreditShout
Q: Can Having Too Many Credit Cards Affect Your Credit Score? A: Actually, it can. Each card that you have applied for and your application was accepted shows as an “open account” on your credit report. It doesn’t matter if you have not charged the first dollar. It is still considered that way. You might […] The post Can Having Too Many Credit Cards Affect Your Credit Score? appeared first on CreditShout.
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Investing Blog Roundup: Where Should Middle Class Investors Get Advice?

Feb 24 8:00am Oblivious Investor
While it’s true that many financial advisors give advice that’s questionable at best, there are also many financial planners out there who do great work for their clients. Unfortunately, for some investors, those good financial planners aren’t accessible due to minimum portfolio sizes or due to hourly fees that a beginner investor simply can’t afford […]...
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Taxes Are Confusing. What Does Head of Household Mean?

Feb 24 8:00am The Penny Hoarder
Wondering if you should file your taxes as head of household? Taxes are confusing, but we’re here to help. The post Taxes Are Confusing. What Does Head of Household Mean? appeared first on The Penny Hoarder.
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The Top 9 Low-Fee Credit Cards for 2017

Feb 24 7:59am The Points Guy
Are you unwilling or unable to pay a high annual fee for a travel rewards credit card? There are lots of reasons to avoid paying hundreds of dollars a year to use a credit card, and many people still refuse to pay any annual fees at all. Believe it or not, there are plenty of […]...
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Flashback Friday: Can I afford to be a stay at home parent?

Feb 24 7:00am Personal Finance Blog | LSS
Thinking about being a stay at home parent? Read on to help you decide if you can truly afford it. Bottom line: I love working. I love the social aspect of work, climbing the professional ladder, and of course making… Read more › The post Flashback Friday: Can I afford to be a stay at home parent? appeared first on Personal Finance Blog | LSS.
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When Can a Bank Change My Credit Card Benefits?

Feb 24 6:59am The Points Guy
“Reader Questions” are answered three days a week — Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays — by TPG Senior Writer Julian Mark Kheel. TPG reader Jordan recently sent us a Facebook message with a question about his new Business Platinum Card from American Express OPEN… This question has both a simple answer and a complicated one, so let’s take […]...
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Selling graduate textbooks

Feb 24 6:54am Early Retirement Extreme
Once upon a time I realized that limited edition graduate texts in myField might go out of print some day and I decided to establish my own “little” library by buying them before they went out of print. In retrospect this was stupid. The reason is that graduate level texts are generally only useful while […]...
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You'll now be able to fly between the UK and US for as little as $65

Feb 24 6:47am Personal Finance
Low-cost airline Norwegian has unveiled a series of transatlantic flights between the U.K. and the U.S. for $65.
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What to do When Dealing With Personal Bankruptcy

Feb 24 6:30am DINKS Finance
Sometimes people get so behind with their finances that they have to file bankruptcy. Making a choice to file for personal bankruptcy is something that a lot of people find difficult to do. If you have the right information, you can view the process as the best way to get a fresh start with your […] The post What to do When Dealing With Personal Bankruptcy appeared first on DINKS Finance.
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9 Surprising Uses for Empty Beer and Soda Cans

Feb 24 6:00am Wise Bread
If you enjoy a can or two of beer or soda, you may want to think twice before throwing your empties into the trash or recycling bin. The humble aluminum can has a multitude of uses, and can save you money on the most surprising things. All it takes is a little imagination, and a few basic tools. (See also: Beer Donuts and 11 Other Recipes You Can Make With Beer) 1. Make Friendship Bracelets An empty can has a great shape to turn into a bracelet that easily fits on a wrist. Of course, you'll have to do a little work to make it safe to wear, but the results can be stunning. Simply use a box cutter or pair of kitchen shears to cut off the top and bottom of the can, and then cut it into segments that work for you. You may want a very wide bracelet, or a bunch of smaller widths. About an inch is good for starters though. Make sure ther...
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Economic Events Blamed for HSBCs Disappointing Earnings

Feb 24 5:34am Modest Money
The earning season for banks in Europe started out with some disappointing numbers. $4.2 billion in net losses are reported by banking giant HSBC in the fourth quarter of 2016.… The post Economic Events Blamed for HSBC’s Disappointing Earnings appeared first on Modest Money.
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9 Ways Restaurant Menus Are Designed to Make You Spend More

Feb 24 5:30am Wise Bread
There is no arguing the fact that dining out on a regular basis can bust any budget. But if you understand restaurant menus, and how they're designed to trick you into opening your wallets wide, you can dine wisely and save money. Here are nine sneaky restaurant menu tactics along with some smart ways to fight back. (See also: 13 Overpriced Restaurant Items That Waste Your Money) 1. First Item on Menu Trick Typically the first item in each meal category is the restaurant's "anchor item," which is where they make their biggest profit. This could be pasta, seafood, salad, or more a generic category like "Entrees" or "Appetizers." Because the first item listed typically gets ordered more often than any other item in the category, it's going to usually be one of these anchor items. Buyer beware. Make sure...
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8 Most Common Mistakes When Doing a Balance Transfer to Eliminate Debt

Feb 24 5:30am Wise Bread
Many credit cards offer 0\% APR promotional financing on balance transfers, allowing you to move debt from high-interest cards onto one that offers zero interest for an introductory promotional period. These promo periods are nothing to sneeze at. They can last as long 21 months. So what's the catch? The truth is that balance transfer offers can be incredibly valuable, but only when you use them properly and avoid making some common mistakes. 1. Assuming You'll Get the Best Balance Transfer Deal You might not always be approved for the balance transfer card you want. For example, the best 0\% APR deals are only given to those with excellent credit. While you may have had excellent credit in the past, having a large balance for a long time might have caused your credit score to slip. (See also: One Ratio Is Key to a Good Credit Scor...
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3 Real Costs of Self-Publishing a Kids' Book

Feb 24 5:30am Wise Bread
If you've ever thought about how to make money on the side, you've probably considered writing a book. Many websites suggest writing books as an easy way to earn extra income. I am here to set the record straight. I have always wanted to write children's books, and I finally decided in 2015 that I would make this dream a reality. After several months of trying but failing to find a publisher, I came across a free webinar on how to make a lot of money with children's ebooks. The person running this webinar promised that it would take only a few hours to write and publish an ebook for kids using Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing program. He also said that he made $2,000–$5,000 a month passively through books with titles like Ninja Farts. This was the push I needed to finally write my first book, find an illustrator, and publis...
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Flashback Friday: 23 Mental Tricks That'll Help You Save Money

Feb 24 5:30am Wise Bread
It turns out that the whole "mind over matter" thing also applies to money. Your ability to save money can be instantly destroyed without the right mental tricks to keep you on track. Everywhere we turn, we are encouraged to spend, so in order to combat those urges, you need to trick your own brain into withstanding that pull. Here's how to do it. 5 Savings Tricks You Haven't Tried Yet — Hiding money from yourself and taping a goal to your credit card are just a couple brilliant ways to trick yourself into spending less money on things you don't need. How to Trick Yourself Into Better Credit Card Behavior — Reckless credit card behavior is responsible for so many people's struggles with saving money. Once you can reasonably manage that, you'll be well on your way to saving more moola. 5 Mental Habits That M...
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My three favorite blogging classes to take

Feb 24 5:00am Jessi Fearon
I started my blog 5 years ago and wow, how things have changed in the blogging world! In fact, when I started my blog, I wasn’t making any money at all. It took me two before I started earning pennies from this thing. It took me taking a “blogging class” to start earning real money.  The post My three favorite blogging classes to take appeared first on Jessi Fearon.
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10 Surprising Ways Real Estate Cuts Your Taxes

Feb 24 5:00am Wise Bread
Once you own property, you may be eligible for a long list of tax breaks, whether you use it as your primary home, for rental income, or sell it for profit. Let's run through familiar benefits, such as the mortgage interest deduction, and also the various (stunning!) tax breaks real estate investors, landlords, and homeowners enjoy. 1. Mortgage Interest This is the most familiar of all deductions and one of the very few times that you can use the interest that you're paying to reduce your tax bill. Besides deducting mortgage interest that you're paying for the purchase of your primary residence, you can also deduct mortgage interest from a second mortgage or a home equity line of credit (HELOC). You can deduct up to $500,000 ($1 million if married filing jointly) in all mortgage interest used to buy, construct, or make substantia...
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Get Hundreds of Dollars in Cash Back When You Grocery Shop

Feb 24 4:30am Wise Bread
Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/the-best-5-credit-cards-for-groceries?utm\_source=wisebr... Save money on your grocery bill. Use one of these credit cards for groceries and earn hundreds of dollars in cash back.
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Day 24: Removing Tolerations

Feb 24 4:00am A Debt Free Stress Free Life
Several years ago when I went to coaching school, part of the process of learning to help others was to first work on fixing the things in my life that weren’t quite right.  You know, the things that bug you, sap the energy from you, keep you from living your best life. You know, thoseView Post The post Day 24: Removing Tolerations appeared first on A Debt Free Stress Free Life.
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Motif Investing Review: A Unique Way To Invest

Feb 24 3:15am The College Investor
Low cost brokerages changed the world of finance. You no longer have to be a Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham or Peter Lynch to invest like them. This is a cause for celebration among the small investor community. Motif Investing is one brokerage committed to this change. They offer an intuitive, easy to use investment platform. […] The post Motif Investing Review: A Unique Way To Invest appeared first on The College Investor.
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Why Youre Broke and I Dont Have Big Pecs

Feb 24 2:30am The White Coat Investor – Investing And Personal Finance Information For Physicians, Dentists, Residents, Students, And Other Highly-Educated Busy Professionals
Goal setting is hard work, but sticking with the program is even harder. That's probably why you're broke and I'm built like Donald Duck.
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Teenager Won The Lottery at 17 and Now Its Ruining Her Life

Feb 24 1:15am Personal Finance News
Many lottery winners squander their fortunes and eventually wind up unhappy and broke. Jane Park, who won the EuroMillions lottery in 2013 when she was 17 years old, is now blaming the lottery officials for ruining her life. The Washington Post reported: “Buying things for the sake of buying things got old. Instead of finding […] The post Teenager Won The Lottery at 17 and Now It’s Ruining Her Life appeared first on Personal Finance News.
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Best Deals for Friday 02/24

Feb 24 1:04am Wise Bread
Link for teaser title:  http://www.wisebread.com/bestdeals/today Wentop Outdoor Solar Powered Light Sensor Fence, Grab yours at 64\% OFF, and more... SAVE 63\% OFF Stylus, amPen Hybrid Twist 2-in-1 Stylus (2-Pack), and more... Take advantage of this great offer! Vitamin C Serum for Face, Anti-Aging, Anti-Wrinkle Serum, SAVE 62\% OFF, and more...
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How to Make A Successful Business Plan Before You Establish

Feb 24 12:43am Money Soldiers
A good plan is like a foundation stone of any successful business. You have a large investment, an excellent team and a good pace and field but still, all of your efforts may fall down in nothing because of the absence of a strategic plan. Let’s say, you are running a successful business in your […]...
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