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Financial Education for Inmates

How to Help an Inmate Build its Financial Education While in Jail

Financial literacy may be one of the most important skills that prisoners across the country aren’t learning.

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Posted by Mugdha Gurram / Sep 3, 2019 / 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 / 0 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


4 Effective Strategies to Declutter Your Finances

4 Effective Strategies to Spring Clean Your Finances

Springtime is the season of renewal. With the cold days of winter coming to an end, you probably are thinking about freshening up your home with a spring cleaning. With the rest of 2019 ahead of you, why not take this chance to spring clean your financial closet too?

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Posted by John Loff / Mar 23, 2019 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


How to Avoid Identity Theft

Expert Tips for Avoiding Identity Theft While Borrowing Money

As stated by Dan Gilbert (@DanTGilbert), a well-known professor of Psychology at Harvard, “Some borrowers are pretty good at frauds,” . While this is true, online lenders might as well scam borrowers in all sorts of ways.

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Posted by Michelle Flores / Mar 7, 2019 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


How Bad Credit Affects Getting a Job - SDL365

How Does Bad Credit Affect Getting a Job?

If you are in the process of sending out job applications, you want to present yourself as the most polished candidate you can. That means that you want everything to be in tiptop shape — including your credit scores.

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Posted by John Loff / Feb 16, 2019 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


Useful Money Podcasts You Should Listen to In 2019

Famous Money Podcasts You Should Have In Your Playlist

Podcasts have been popular nowadays because they provide an efficient and entertaining method of soaking up advice from top voices in all niches.

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Posted by Janie O'Brien / Dec 13, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


Does it Make Sense to Borrow Money to Invest?

How Smart It Is To Borrow Money To Invest

Borrowing to invest, commonly known as “gearing” can be beneficial and risky at the same time. Your returns increase when the markets rise but result in devastating losses when the markets fail.

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Posted by John Loff / Dec 5, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


Personal Finance Youtube Channels: find Your Way to Better Finances

Personal Finance Youtube Channels: Find Your Way to Better Finances

When it comes to managing our money and getting the most out of it, let’s face it; we all need a little help. Very few of us make so much money that we don’t have to manage it. There’s a reason they call people like that “the One Percent.”

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Posted by Michelle Flores / Nov 2, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance