We were fortunate enough to connect with six financial experts who are big on helping people with their money. While they range in their professions â including certified financial planners,â¦
“I was wondering how a mom of three little ones (mine are ages 5, 3, and 1) can find the time to grow a blog without killing myself? – Sarah on Twitter I often get questions from many of you who are wanting to build a business but feel frustrated by the lack of time… Read More
If you’re interested in starting a business while in college, here are some ideas that you might want to consider.
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Side hustles have always been a good way to earn more money and better your finances. With so many people in debt while wages have fallen flat, theyâve become especially popular over the past decade. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic, weâve seen them shoot ahead in popularity even further. According to a recent survey by […]
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Those ubiquitous checklists of âdorm room essentialsâ for college freshmen are filled with items that will be ditched by the end of first semester.
Some parents âgo to the store and grab a list like they did when their kids were in elementary and high school and just go straight down the list,â says Lisa Heffernan, mother of three sons and a college-shopping veteran. Or they buy things they only wish their students will use (looking at you, cleaning products).
You can safely skip about 70% of things on those lists, estimates Asha Dornfest, the author of Parent Hacks and mother of a rising college sophomore whoâs home for the summer.
A 55-year-old can expect to pay a long-term care insurance premium of $2,050 per year on average, according to a 2019 price index survey of leading insurers conducted by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTC). That will cover … Continue reading →
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We love DIY, but let’s be honest…some projects should be left to the pros! Check out this list of the best and worst projects for DIY to help you decide which option is best for you.
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While I love making healthy recipes, I often get messages from people who think that eating healthy is expensive.â¯To some degree, I can agree with that because in my family of four I can spend overâ¯$300a week at the grocery store. Itâs important to me to share nutritious and delicious recipes, but I also understand that affordable recipes are just as important so that budget canât be an excuse to have a fast food diet and skip healthy eating.
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I have flipped more than 200 houses in my career and while I love flipping, it is not easy! We have flipped 26 houses per year multiple times, and I can truly say that the more houses you flip, the more problems you have. Now, when I say house flipping, I am talking about buying … Read more
Trying to find free work from home courses? Would you like to learn how to work from home? Today, I have a great list of free online courses, plus webinars and ebooks that will help you learn how to start your own home business. If you’re looking to make extra income or a full-time living, […]
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