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The Worldwide Society Continues to Fight Climate Change and its Impact on Finances

Most people have been informed about climate change since the 1990s. Hundreds of thousands of students, teachers, health care professionals, communities, and other people from different walks of life were doing their best to demand climate action. Besides, more than 400 international companies committed to set climate goals.

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Posted by Lara Adams / Mar 18, 2020 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


Military background gives you access to special tax advantages

Military and Veterans Tax Refunds Guide

Serving in the military is not only an honor, but it can also help you get tax breaks. If you are a veteran or if you are currently serving in the military, then you must educate yourself about your tax advantages.

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Feb 10, 2020 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


Internet can cost you less with our simple ways to lower your internet bill

12 Ways to Lower Your Internet Bill

Nowadays, it’s impossible to live without the internet. But although the internet has become an irreplaceable part of our life, sometimes it could be a significant monthly expense.

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Posted by Rich Evans / Jan 27, 2020 / 0 Comments / Posted in Big Life on a Small Budget


Getting a High-Paying Job Without a Degree

5 High-Paying Jobs That Don’t Require a College Degree

College is expensive, and it seems like it’s getting more expensive every day. It’s very unlikely that the cost of college will ever go down, and that puts college out of reach for a large percentage of Americans.

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Jan 20, 2020 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


Starting a Business Based on a Hobby

{Motivational} Hobbies Turned Into Businesses By Young Entrepreneurs

Today’s kidpreneurs venture beyond the lemonade stands. They meet celebrities, manage their companies and staff, and even come up with innovative ideas. Their example proves that anyone can turn their hobbies into a successful business, especially when nurtured and given the necessary support.

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Posted by Michelle Flores / Aug 28, 2019 / 0 Comments / Posted in Big Life on a Small Budget


How to Kickstart Your Financial Freedom

Motivate Yourself: Kickstart Your Financial Freedom

Plenty of self-help books and finance gurus talk about the importance of “financial freedom.” The phrase has a nice ring to it, but what exactly does it mean? And how do you achieve it?

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Posted by Rich Evans / May 21, 2019 / 3 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


Avoid Work from Home Scams and Stay Safe While Making Money Online

How to Avoid Work at Home Scams and Make Extra Money

We all have that fear of being scammed; the truth is that there are so many scams out there. One of the main tasks is to identify the scam from what’s real or what is legitimate.

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Posted by Rich Evans / Apr 30, 2019 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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Top 5 Board Games That Teach Financial Literacy

The day to day monotony of managing our money is something of a chore for many of us. We spend our lives juggling income and expenditure while hoping to set aside a bit of money for a rainy day. But who said that learning about financial responsibility can’t be fun? And who said we need to save for that rainy day? Perhaps on that rainy day, we should get out the board games and get the family around the table for a bit of financial fun.

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Posted by Rich Evans / Apr 10, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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10 Reasons Why You Should NOT Borrow Money from Friends & Family

As well as obtaining a loan from banks and lending companies, for whatever reason, you also have the option of asking friends and family for assistance. Unlike when borrowing on an official basis, there are no set guidelines on how or even IF interest would be charged, nor would there be any repayment schedule or loan terms.

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Posted by John Loff / Jan 29, 2018 / 4 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance