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While working on my different experiment and projects, I decided to start a new one to help promote my brand: Twitter growth. Social Media Marketing is a great skill to have, especially when earning money online. So what better to learn the skill than to read a book and experiment its concepts? The book I’m using for this experiment is ‘Grow your Twitter Account like a Pro’ by the Social Ms. ...
By Financially Mint | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 3:58 AM
Today’s guest comes someone who loves numbers even more than I do. As an actuary, the guy practically bathes in numbers. He also spends a lot of time contemplating heartwarming topics like life expectancy and the factors that alter it. The Actuary on FIRE (clever name!) is not to be confused with actually on fire; but instead is an actuary with a family on the east coast and he’s revving up ...
By Physician on FIRE | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 3:55 AM
This article about online retirement calculators is by former hedge fund manager Lars Kroijer, a regular contributor to Monevator. He is also the author of Investing Demystified. The Internet has revolutionized access to information, as we have discussed many times on Monevator. Investors can now find a plethora of tools on the Web to help us better manage our finances and lower our costs. But are you getting the whole story from ...
By Monevator | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 3:45 AM
Today we have a guest post for you from Kathleen Garvin with The Penny Hoarder. Maybe you have an old cell phone lying around. Or maybe the recent Apple event has you looking to upgrade. (I’m still sorting through my feelings on Face ID.) Either way, there’s money to be had for selling your old […] ...
By Well Kept Wallet | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 3:30 AM
  My Guest on the Show… “Inoperable brain cancer”. These were the words spoken by the team of doctors who met with Andy and her family to share with her the devastating news of what was causing her extreme and sudden headaches. The Brain Tumor found during CT scan Andy Ptacek; wife, daughter, friend, and mother of two small boys would now be facing the greatest challenge any of us could ever imagine – ...
By Money Peach | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 3:20 AM
Buying a home — especially if it’s your first home — can be daunting. It may feel even more so if you have student loans. How will they affect your experience? We’ve got some answers to your questions and some recommendations. This could make buying a house with student loans less intimidating. Know What’s Going on With Your Student Loans Sounds simple, but you’d be surprised how many people don’t know precisely ...
By The College Investor | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 3:15 AM
Did someone say Trump?  If, like me, you subscribe to the "buy low cost index trackers and wait" investment school of thought, you will already be well drilled in the importance of keeping fees low. In short, lower fees mean better returns.So when I heard some market commentators becoming very vocal about the lower upfront costs of investing in an index tracking Unit Trust compared to an index tracking ETF, it ...
By Stealthy Wealth | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 3:07 AM
Should you have a lawyer prepare your will, or is a do-it-yourself will kit adequate? This is one of the most common questions I get from clients. I get it; everyone likes a good deal. A lawyer will charge hundreds of dollars for a will, power of attorney and living will. I found prices on online will kits ranging from $20-$50. You can even find free will kits! These kits can be tempting ...
By Retire Happy | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 2:30 AM
The commercial real estate market is strong in many areas of the country. Investing in commercial real estate is much different than residential real estate. Not only are there more variables to consider, but it is more difficult to get qualified for a commercial mortgage. If you are wondering how to qualify for a commercial mortgage, it all starts with the right preparation. Banks want to know that you will ...
By Modest Money | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 2:08 AM
Almost everyone is familiar with the tragic story of the Titanic, but did you know that the Titanic wasn’t the first “unsinkable” ship to meet disaster on her maiden voyage? On August 10, 1628, nearly 300 years before the Titanic disaster, the mighty Swedish warship Vasa set sail from Stockholm harbor. The recently completed ship was one of the largest warships ever made. Equipped with 64 bronze cannons the Vasa was ...
By The Micawber Principle | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 2:01 AM
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By CanadianYardie | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 2:00 AM
Bitte geht am Sonntag wählen! Und bitte stimme für eine Partei die nicht menschenverachtend ist. Ganz egal welche. Sogar die FDP ist okay Wenn du Entscheidungshilfen gegen die AFD brauchst: https://wir-sind-afd.de/Sammlung Zitate PDF Möglicherweise werde ich für diese Wahlempfehlung in 10 Jahren von Zuhause abgeholt und in ein Lager verfrachtet .. wer weiß das schon. Das mir dieser Gedanke wirklich in den Sinn kommt und ich zwangsläufig an die 1930er Jahre zurückdenken muss, ...
By getmad | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 1:49 AM
The Wall Street Journal recently published (paywall?) a chart showing how the average cost of employer-provided health coverage for a family has changed from 1999-2017. The total average annual cost was $18,764 for a family and $6,690 for an individual in 2017. The data source is an annual poll of employers performed by the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation along with the Health Research & Educational Trust, a ...
By My Money Blog | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 1:25 AM
Personally, I enjoy fashion. Scratch that. I enjoy looking good. Who doesn’t? Nobody plans to go out and look ugly but many of us do not even attempt to clean up our appearance. Who cares right? It’s my body, I don’t need to impress everybody. True, you don’t need … Read the rest The post Why Dressing for Success is Crucial appeared first on Lonely Wallet. ...
By Lonely Wallet | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 1:03 AM
Dear readers, as you might have read, Global Yellow Pages has exited from its traditional business of yellow pages and is focusing on properties development in New Zealand. In fact, Global Yellow Pages’ website has taken on a new URL, signaling the change in its business model. You can visit the website here.Read more » ...
By Singapore Stocks Investing | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 12:30 AM
Baby Scarlett is 3 months old now and it’s been one heck of a ride. We’ve been fortunate in the sense that she hasn’t been too fussy of a baby, but as any new parent will tell you, it’s a steep learning curve. One of the hardest things I’ve found so far is just managing my time. Everything now revolves around Scarlett’s schedule which leaves limited time to do my own ...
By Money We Have | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 12:05 AM
A Week of Money where I start yoga daily and it is AWESOME. ...
By Save. Spend. Splurge. | Posted: Sep 21 2017 @ 12:00 AM
The recent Toys R Us bankruptcy filing has brought up unpleasant flashbacks of the financial crisis and this uncomfortable feeling that I think many of us have regarding how this economy is “rigged” against the little guy. In 2009, Matt Taibbi in his famous article about Goldman Sachs wrote that Goldman was “a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells ...
By The Blind Investor | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 11:58 PM
How great is it when you hear a new Youtube video or see an Instagram quote to get you motivated to take on the world? Imagine that excitement for 48 hours — it was known as the “Success Live Seminar.” It was awesome and definitely a gamechanger. 19 speakers from Navy Seals, motivational coaches, best-selling authors, and extremely successful entrepreneurs sharing their success secrets. I flew to Long Beach last week to attend and ...
By Super Millennial | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 11:50 PM
I registered my business with the state of New Jersey on June, 11th 2008. And for the first 7 years, I was a one-man operation. I had one website: SwimUniversity.com. It took me 4 years to start making any money from it. I was focused on designing, coding, writing, filming, and networking with people who were doing the same. I was also focused on getting bored because I wasn’t making money, so ...
By Money Lab | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 11:03 PM
Our favorite Kryptonian (sorry, Superman) and her friends are back for a third season—and seeing as it’s one of our favorite female-led TV shows, we are SUPER excited (get it??). After all the shit we went through during season two (Music Meister’s shenanigans, Cat Grant’s sabbatical, Terri Hatcher’s acting), we all deserve a drink (or […] The post Supergirl Drinking Game: Drink Like a (Super) Girl appeared first on Earn Spend ...
By Earn Spend Live | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 10:37 PM
One of the tenets of a frugal life is learning impulse control. Are you running errands and want to drink a soda?  Just wait until you get home.  Instead of paying $1.00 for a can, you can have one that you bought in bulk for .10 a can. Are you excited to see the latest movie by your favorite actor?  Don’t pay $10 or more per ticket; just wait until it comes ...
By Beating Broke | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 9:56 PM
Some of my most popular posts have been about cheaper alternatives to expensive items like cheaper alternatives to Lularoe leggings and cheaper alternatives to Tieks shoes. I’ve gotten requests from several readers to tackle a cheaper alternative to Norwex. Well, here’s the post you’ve been asking for! There are a lot of great MUCH CHEAPER […] The post Cheaper Alternatives to Norwex appeared first on Smart Family Money. ...
By Smart Family Money | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 9:53 PM
This upcoming Saturday! Museum Day Live! is an annual event hosted by Smithsonian magazine in which participating museums across the country open their doors to anyone presenting a Museum Day Ticket for free. This is in following the spirit of Smithsonian Museums, which offer free admission every day. Registration is now open for Saturday, September 23, 2017. Find participating museums here. Request your ticket ...
By My Money Blog | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 8:39 PM
Save, invest, prosper with My Own Advisor. Preferred Shares – Is this the new replacement for fixed income? As readers of my blog you’re probably well aware that common stocks that pay dividends and low-cost, diversified Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) – are the two primary building blocks of my investment portfolio. But what about preferred shares?  Why not own them?  What are… We're halfway there! Saving and investing our way to a ...
By My Own Advisor | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 8:35 PM
Value Investing, in my thinking is getting more and more popular in Singapore. This is no doubt through the many firms set up to teach investors about investing in stocks with good fundamentals for value and for growth. Let us now watch the video above to learn some of these value investing strategies. Read more » ...
By Singapore Stocks Investing | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 8:30 PM
    Have you noticed a trend?   It would be hard to miss if you have ever read a news feed.   Every article is plastered with morning routine advice. That advice is always followed up with wake up early.   What are you supposed to do with that early morning time they say?   Mediate (or just sleep sitting up because it’s 5am).   Journal.   Eat Breakfast.   Affirmations.   Do advanced acrobatics.   Read the latest book Bill Gates recommends.   The list goes on.. ...
By Dollar After Dollar | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 7:37 PM
A special thanks goes out to our sponsors, Set For Life Insurance and Curbside Real Estate! In today’s episode Dr. Racha Patel talks to us about being a specialist in Medical Marijuana. Though this is a controversial topic, many of us live in states where medical marijuana is legal and many of our patients are using it freely to treat their medical conditions. Dr. Patel faced this issue head on, and ...
By Hippocratic Hustle | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 7:27 PM
The battle over just how efficient the market is and how to define risk has been overdone for several decades. I think most people have come to their senses or have, at least, accepted that markets aren’t nearly as efficient as was once preached. Still, it’s always nice to know that not everyone back in the day fell for a theory that assumed we were all rational beings. That somehow we ...
By Novel Investor | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 6:52 PM
College can be hard, and no one really tells you how to do it. Well, your parents might try to, but who wants to listen to them? (Now at 25 years old, I highly recommend listening to your parents. It doesn't sound cool in theory, but trust me, it's worth it). At Smart Money Seed we are both recent graduates, and were both blessed with successful college experiences. While we ...
By Smart Money Seed | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 6:47 PM
When it comes to saving for retirement, most people choose to set aside a small percentage of each paycheck automatically through their company’s payroll. Even 1% adds up nicely over the course of 40 years. If your employer matches a portion of your contribution, participating in your company’s 401(K) program is a smart financial move. October is National Financial Planning Month, so now is a great time to evaluate your savings ...
By FemmeGuru | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 6:44 PM
If compassion fatigue hadn't set in after the back-to-back-to-back hurricanes that roared across the Atlantic, laying waste to much of Texas, Florida, Georgia and many Caribbean islands, it probably did when Mexico got rocked within two weeks by two massive and deadly earthquakes. A group of American tourists were literally rocked when their Sept. 19 Mexico boat ride was interrupted by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake. Click image to watch full YouTube ...
By Don't Mess With Taxes | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 6:36 PM
Mattresses are pretty expensive — especially memory foam mattresses — but you can mitigate some of the cost by throwing a memory foam mattress topper onto your bed. It made a world of difference on my bed, but you can’t buy just any memory foam. Only the best memory foam mattress toppers will change your […] The post 7 Best Memory Foam Mattress Toppers (That Won’t Break the Bank) appeared first ...
By Earn Spend Live | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 6:05 PM
A credit card balance represents the money that you owe to your credit card company for the credit line that they have opened with you. Every transaction charged to your credit card builds the balance you will end up owing on your monthly bill. One of the biggest questions that new cardholders have is often: what should my credit card balance be? Finding and maintaining the right balance is essential to ...
By Fiscal Tiger | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 6:00 PM
 Regrets, I have a few, but then again, too few to mention (record screeches to a halt).  Oh yes, I’ve got more than a few regrets I can mention.  Even as someone who keeps a close eye on her funds, my lifestyle has become more high-maintenance as my income has grown.  So much so, that now I couldn’t ever imagine going back to the way things used to be, only ...
By Girl Boss Money | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 5:50 PM
I absolutely love going to fairs, but we haven’t gone the past two summers because our son used to have such a hard time in the car and it wasn’t worth it for the hour and fifteen to hour and a half or longer in the car to get there. Even 20 or 30 minutes was a struggle and so we tended to stick to trips close to home as ...
By Tread Lightly Retire Early | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 5:18 PM
I absolutely love going to fairs, but we haven’t gone the past two summers because our son used to have such a hard time in the car and it wasn’t worth it for the hour and fifteen to hour and a half or longer in the car to get there. Even 20 or 30 minutes was a struggle and so we tended to stick to trips close to home as ...
By Tread Lightly Retire Early | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 5:18 PM
They say time is money, and that rings especially true for anyone who has struggled to make ends meet. Walmart has announced it will allow recipients of government benefits save some time when they shop for household essentials. People who receive food stamps will be able to use their EBT cards to pay for groceries online and pick them up. The program will start in the Houston and Boise areas this fall, ...
By The Penny Hoarder | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:40 PM
It’s not a secret that black families are, on average, likely to have less income and accumulate less wealth than white families in America. That is explained by historic social and economic discrimination that black Americans have faced while attempting to access high-paying jobs, adequate housing and even proper education. Most people are willing to acknowledge that. What most people don’t realize, however, is how wide the economic disparity really is, ...
By The Penny Hoarder | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:35 PM
A friend of mine had bought into the idea that to truly live her dream life she needed to be an entrepreneur. After talking with her, she filled out the value's exercise I use with my clients. She put her top five values on her refrigerator and looked at them every day. After several weeks of seeing her values listed, she realized that being an entrepreneur wasn't necessary to live ...
By Everyday Money | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:23 PM
Millennials están evitando tarjetas de crédito más que cualquier otra generación. Tal vez esto es porque han sido testigos de sus propios padres que luchan con la deuda, o ya se sienten abrumados por los reembolsos de préstamos estudiantiles. Mientras que la deuda es una buena cosa para evitar, especialmente si usted no quiere vivir cheque de pago para el resto de su vida, las tarjetas de crédito no son siempre ...
By Sobredinero | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:22 PM
If you think your finances are entirely ruled by careful consideration and freewill, riddle me this: Why does consumer research show the exact opposite? Why do marketing budgets show the exact opposite? Why are lenders making serious cash hand over fist? The emotions behind spending are complex, and a shift in technology and communication means that consumers are more informed but also more accessible than ever. Advertisers were quick to identify ...
By Debts To Riches | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:18 PM
Introduction- What is a cryptocurrency exchange? A cryptocurrency exchange website allows you to sell, buy or obtain cryptocurrencies in exchange for other digital currency or any other traditional currency such as US dollars or Euro. To access these facilities and to be able to trade professionally, a reliable exchange is required that normally compels you to authenticate your ID and afterwards, open an account. For other rather simpler and straightforward trades, other platform ...
By Wallet Genius | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:18 PM
If you shop on Amazon a lot, you can assume the website knows a lot about you. Your last 12 addresses. Your taste in books and movies. Its algorithms can probably guess your favorite color. Isn’t it fun that a shopping website knows you so well? Maybe it was… until yesterday, when a glitch in the matrix appeared. People received emails saying a gift was in the mail. A pudgy baby crawled across ...
By The Penny Hoarder | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:15 PM
Other ways to listen: iTunes  ♦  Stitcher   ♦  TuneIn   ♦  SoundCloud ♦  Google Play I recently met Jeanie Ahn at Yahoo! Finance, where she interviewed me for her show “The Payoff” (catch it on book launch day: Oct. 17!). Afterwards, we chatted about New York City schools, motherhood and work. Some of her comments struck me as remarkable and universal, and worthy of a whole podcast episode. In this Like a Mother episode, we hear from Jeanie ...
By Wealthy Single Mommy | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:13 PM
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bumble Bee® Seasoned Tuna Pouch with Spoon. I have heard that if you start the day in a healthy way, you are more likely to make healthier choices throughout the day. I must admit this sounded like BS to me when I heard it. But then I put a routine in place to test this method and was shocked by ...
By Miss Millennia Magazine | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 4:06 PM
What’s not to love about sleeping? It’s free, refreshing and doesn’t require any special skills to master. In fact, a good snooze can make you feel like you won the lottery. No wonder so many people sleep like it’s their job. Alas, all good slumber must come to an end, and waking up can be a real drag. According to a new survey by the “lifetime insomniacs” at Sleep Junkie, how and ...
By The Penny Hoarder | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 3:45 PM
The below post was written in May of 2016 and found on my computer recently, so this is kind of like a director’s cut/cutting room floor edition. I have since written in detail about my distribution strategy, which can be found here and provided a one year later update. Some details in this post have changed, such as I went back to work in 2017 for maybe a year and ...
By BAMF Money | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 3:44 PM
You know that movie “He’s Just Not That Into You”? Well this website is about to turn into “He’s Just Not That Into Real Estate”. Don’t worry, I still believe it is a phenomenal investment and the best way to build wealth for anyone young with enough time to be patient. But after a couple months without a new article, it’s time to reevaluate the direction of this website and how I ...
By Rental Mindset | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 3:42 PM
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will audit about 800,000 private student loan accounts to determine if the trust responsible for the loans followed the law when collecting payments. The CFPB got involved after it was revealed in July that records for at least $5 billion in student loans owned by National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts were missing important documents necessary to prove that the borrowers owed the money. In some cases, ...
By The Penny Hoarder | Posted: Sep 20 2017 @ 3:20 PM
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