Alternative Business Funding Methods

July 24, 2015
Alternative Business Funding Methods

Starting a business always costs money. Obviously there are some that are far more expensive than others, and those startups usually get a massive amount of cash from venture capitalists. Others will turn to alternative sources such as car title loans that have slogans like, “Texas loans can provide you with the money you need […]

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There is No Better Time Than Now for Retirement Planning

July 15, 2015

Every day humans are faced with hundreds of decisions. Do we get out of bed or press snooze, do we drive to work or take the bus, do we drink coffee or tea? As the day progresses we often find that the responsible part of our brain struggles to overcome the procrastination part. This is […]

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Improve Your Credit Before Buying a House

July 10, 2015
Improve Your Credit Before Buying a House

According to Realtor.com, payment history accounts for 35 percent of your credit report score, followed by the amount you owe, the length of your credit history, new credit, and the different types of credit you hold. Your credit score is the key to getting a stable loan with the best interest rate possible. Fortunately, there […]

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Understanding the Math Behind the Mortgage

July 6, 2015
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Chase for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Part of the American dream is to own a home. However, many people that would love to be homeowners have yet to make the decision to stop renting, and buy a house of their own. The […]

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7 Tips to Keep Your Books in Order

June 30, 2015
Tips to Keep your books in Order

When you own a small business, it can be tempting to leave the back office operations for another time. You may get down to bookkeeping basics when it is time to reconcile your accounts at the end of the month, but if you are waiting to keep your finances straight don’t be surprised if they […]

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Experience the Big Apple on a Budget

June 29, 2015
Big Apple on a Budget

According to the official website of New York City, the city saw 54.3 million visitors in 2013, with an expected overall economic impact of $58.7 billion. Lonely Planet shows midrange New York City hotels running upward of $300 a night and dinner for two ranging around $130, depending on the restaurant. Despite New York’s reputation […]

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Timing is Everything: When to make your Move

June 26, 2015
Moving is Everything

Whether you’re moving a few neighborhoods away or across the entire country, relocating is never a minor decision. Figure out the best timing with a few tips: Consider All Elements You have so many things to think about when moving that it’s easy to get bogged down with the minutiae. You might become so fixated […]

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