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How To Set Yourself Up For Later Life

When you’re young, it can be hard to think about all the things you can do now to set yourself up and make your life more comfortable when you get older. It is always something that is in the back of your mind, but you continue with your life thinking you have plenty of time. […] Read more…

5 Full-Proof Tips to Save Money While Playing Lotteries

Wouldn’t you love to sit back, sip a mai tai, knowing all your financial problems have been taken care of? This is the dream most people have –to be financially independent and not to worry when your next cheque will come in. Unfortunately, the reality is quite different. Unless you have a revolutionary business idea […] Read more…

How to Prepare for an Early Retirement

An early retirement seems like a dream. You get to relax a little sooner, remove yourself from the rat race a little faster, and spend more time doing what you love. And most importantly, you will get to spend time with your partner, children, and grandchildren. If you’re aiming to retire early, you might be […] Read more…

Climb Out of a Financial Hole in 5 Easy Steps

Oops! Looks like you’ve accidentally stumbled into a deep, dark financial hole. That’s not a fun place to be—very dirty down there with lots of bugs and mud. You might have wound up down here for a variety of reasons; maybe you had a huge expense that threw your finances into chaos; maybe you got […] Read more…

How to Save When You Live Paycheck to Paycheck: 5 Tips

Many people believe that living paycheck to paycheck means saving is impossible. But it doesn’t have to be. Learn how to break the cycle here. Are you living paycheck to paycheck? If so, don’t feel bad, 80% of America is right there with you. However, just because something is commonplace, it doesn’t mean it’s right. […] Read more…

What To Do When Money Is Tight

Living frugally isn’t always easy, but it is possible when it’s your only option. The upside to money being tight is that you have the power to not only thrive in your situation but to turn it around for the better over time.  Remain positive so that you can think clearly and focus on problem […] Read more…

Money Mistakes Most Millennials Make

Hindsight, as “They” say, is 20/20.  (Who “They” are, nobody seems to know; but “They” do say a lot of things) At any rate, most people will agree it’s easy to see how clever doing something would have been once the opportunity has passed. For example, how many Boomers would have bought Amazon stock back […] Read more…

Tips for Flipping a House

So you’ve bought an old house, and you’re planning on refurbishing it to maybe sell again. How much time and money you’ll be spending on it depends on its condition. Some used homes are so derelict that it might take a major overhaul. Others come in gently used conditions requiring nothing more than a coat […] Read more…

How To Make Your House A Home On A Budget 

Living in a property is one thing, but having a home is quite another. Whether you rent or own, whether you live in a one-bedroom apartment or a six-bedroom mansion, making where you live a home is vital if you want to be comfortable and happy. This need not, however, have to cost a fortune; […] Read more…

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