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5 Tips for Entrepreneurs Looking for Success

by Miranda Marquit June 3, 2014

It’s easier than ever for almost anyone to be an entrepreneur. Thanks to technology, it’s possible to start a small business with a global clientele. However, before you join the ranks of entrepreneurs, it helps to know how to increase your chances of success. Lomesh Shah, the founder of NonProfitEasy, has 5 tips that entrepreneurs [...]

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5 Tips to Increase Your Chances of Home Business Success

by Miranda Marquit May 12, 2014

Thanks to technology, almost anyone can start a business. I started a home business as a freelance writer almost 10 years ago, and it’s been a successful endeavor. However, you can’t just start out and expect success to appear. If you want to increase your chances of success with your home business, here are 5 [...]

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Can You Afford Where You Live?

by Miranda Marquit May 7, 2014

Recently, I saw an article on CNN Money that looks at the stories of six people priced out of their housing markets. Many of these folks are looking in urban areas on the coasts. As you might imagine, it’s hard for many of them to find affordable homes to buy in these areas. As I [...]

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Invest in Your Health with These 4 Free Low Impact Exercises

by John Schroeder May 5, 2014

One of the most important long term investments you will ever make is to your health. I would argue that taking care of your body is more important from a financial standpoint than any other investment you will ever make. The long term financial impacts from living a healthy lifestyle will provide a huge return [...]

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Personal Finance: Doing What Works for You

by Miranda Marquit May 2, 2014

One of the things I’ve come to understand as I’ve written about personal finance for several years is that there is no one “right” way to do anything. For the most part, it’s about coming up with an approach to personal finance that works for you. In many cases, your approach to personal finance depends [...]

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Why You Should Work In College – And It’s Not All About Money

by Kevin Mercadante April 30, 2014

Balancing college with work is a tough juggling act. But even if you don’t need to work in order to help pay for school, there are benefits to doing so that go beyond money. Most of those benefits will help you later in life, both when you are out looking for your first career-type job, [...]

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How to Invest in IT Stocks that Pay Dividends

by John Schroeder April 28, 2014

If you look at the portfolio of most successful dividend investors, chances are you will see plenty of stocks from companies that you may already know. For example, long time dividend paying stocks like Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Procter & Gamble (PG), and Coca-Cola (KO) are likely to be found in most dividend growth investor’s [...]

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