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How to Start Investing with Only $100

Who said you need hundreds of dollars to become an investor? Most average income earners don’t have fat bank accounts that can be readily invested. However, that doesn’t mean the struggling workers cannot actually double or quadruple cash assets by investing. If you have $100, you can become an investor ...
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Bankruptcy Benefits You Want To Know More About

When you declare bankruptcy you go through a highly emotional moment. Stress will pile up and what you do is going to affect your self-image, reputation and future credit. Every person that files for bankruptcy goes through the struggles of rebuilding credit while loan securing becomes a challenge. Lifestyle changes ...
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How to grow your income as a Canadian in the USA

Every person dreamt at least one time to start their own business. The process itself can be considered an exciting venture, but if you are a Canadian in the USA and you plan to do it, then you can find the process as quite scary. Changes happen every day, especially ...
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The Three Most Common Financial Mistakes Made by Young People

NerdWallet’s CEO and Founder, Tim Chen, recently told reporters that his personal finance website sees several serious financial mistakes that young people are consistently making today. He says that if these problems are recognized and corrected early in a young person’s life they will can find peace of mind while ...
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How To Make Money As A Freelancer

According to a study commissioned by the Freelancers Union, the number of freelancers in the Americas is expected to top 50% of the total population by 2020. As the on-demand economy picks up, more and more people in the working age have started picking freelance gigs over a steady paycheck ...
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Top 4 Reasons to Consider Refinancing Your Settlement Loan

Not everyone knows that it’s possible to refinance a settlement loan. In fact, there are times when refinancing will provide quite a few benefits. Before assuming you have the best arrangement possible, it pays to consider these possible advantages. If one or more of them applies to you, it’s time ...
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3 Tips for Balancing Your Savings and Paying Down Debt

Choosing whether to save or pay off debts can be a difficult decision. Saving money for a rainy day or retirement seems like a top priority, but will your debts linger on for years to come?  Managing debt and maintaining savings is tailored to each individual, and different strategies can ...
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Extra Income for Artistic Types

It’s the ever-present bane of someone in the arts: how to actually make an income. Very few actors, painters, writers, and musicians can actually make a full living simply doing their craft and nothing else. Rarely does anyone actually become wealthy by it. Most artists take on a second (or ...
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How Blockchain Can Change the World’s Financial System

Cryptocurrencies are volatile, and while they may have been a great investment for some, it’s unlikely that people would want their paycheck to be in bitcoin or a cryptocurrency. The world’s financial and retail markets are not designed to handle bitcoin or cryptocurrencies yet. You can’t go into Walmart and ...
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Demand for Gold Weakest Since 2008, Is it Still a Good Investment?

This week saw Gold rise to a 2018 high as investors reacted to the widely expected decision by the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates unchanged. Hovering around the $1300 mark, gold has proven to be a more volatile commodity over the last few years, with stronger fluctuations than in ...
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