Personal Finance

Physical & Financial Health Habits: You Won’t Believe the Similarities

August 31, 2016
Physical & Financial Health Habits: You Won’t Believe the Similarities

You want to lose weight, so you decide to diet. You spend an afternoon reading about the latest fad (Sirtfood, anyone?) and determine that green juices packed with sirtuins are the way to go. You stock up on all the ingredients and equipment you need (kale, arugula, green tea, a juicer) and soar on the […]

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Top Tips to Save for Retirement

August 30, 2016
Top Tips to Save for Retirement

Retirement may seem like a long way off now, but the fact of the matter is that the earlier you start saving and preparing – the better off you are going to be when retirement does come calling. The number of people who get caught out nearing retirement age and realizing that they haven’t got […]

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How to Make Quick Money with No Investment Necessary

August 24, 2016
How to Make Quick Money with No Investment Necessary

There’s an old saying that we’ve all repeated at least once in our adult lives: “You need money to make money.” Whether you’re talking about having gas in your car, the ability to pay for special training to get a job, or money to use as an investment for a business, it seems as though […]

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5 Ways to Earn Money When You’re Retired

August 16, 2016
5 Ways to Earn Money When You

Why would someone who is retired want to earn extra cash? Being retired isn’t much fun if you’re bored or plagued by money worries. If you are a retiree and you need more income to pay the bills or have money for vacations, many income options are available to you. Learn five ways you can earn money […]

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The Benefits of Spending Your Money on Experiences, Not Things

August 11, 2016
The Benefits of Spending Your Money on Experiences, Not Things

Money can buy happiness, but only to a point. Once you purchase your must-have item, you adapt to it and the positive feelings fade. Instead of purchasing a physical item, an experience gives you a more sustained state of happiness. Spend your money on things like recreational activities, travel, exploration of nature and cultural enrichment. […]

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What to Do When Early Retirement Curtails Your Savings

August 4, 2016
What to Do When Early Retirement Curtails Your Savings

Retirement is ultimately a game of time and careful planning. The more time you have to save, the more time interest has to accrue, building your nest egg from a tiny sum to a massive fortune. Even saving just a little bit in your twenties can greatly increase your long-term savings, just as a few […]

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Should You Pay Your Child for Getting Good Grades?

August 1, 2016
SHOULD YOU PAY YOUR KIDS FOR GOOD GRADES

Life is all about incentives. We work hard in order to get a paycheck to live our lives. We stay fit in order to maintain our health and live longer. We recreate in order to enjoy ourselves and have something to look forward to. So many people feel that offering a monetary reward to their […]

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