Monthly Archives: July 2016

How to Think Like a Millionaire in 3 Ways

“Rich people stay rich by living like they’re broke. Broke people stay broke by living like they’re rich.” – Anonymous Yes, real millionaires who worked hard to earn their status are smart, wise and don’t spend their money on things that have … Continue reading

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6 Mistakes that Can Wreck your Budget

Whether you are just starting to make money or managing your own finances, or probably just planning to start a budget now or is already maintaining one, the whole budgeting thing is an ongoing learning process.  Actually, budgeting isn’t taught … Continue reading

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6 Money-Making Ways for your Kids this Summer

Summer break is a good opportunity to teach your kids about money and cash flow.  One good way to do this is to encourage them to make money on their own.  There are a lot of money-making opportunities depending on … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Repair Credit

A bad credit makes everything difficult and more expensive.  If you are currently suffering from a bad credit, it is very important to repair it right away.  You see, the better your credit score is, the more opportunities you can … Continue reading

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6 Steps to Recover from Bankruptcy

  Bankruptcy is not just a financial distress but is a painful, life-changing experience as well.  If you think that you will not be able to recover from it, you are wrong… and that way of thinking will not help … Continue reading

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5 Digital Business Ideas That You Can Start Today

If you are thinking about opening up a business that you can do online that only requires a low capital investment and offers a flexible lifestyle at the same time, then you should consider these digital start up business ideas … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Save Money When You Move Out On Your Own

Moving out from your family home for the first time is a big milestone in your life.  Living on your own means no curfews, no rules and no restrictions.  However, as fun as this may sound, freedom comes with big … Continue reading

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How to Save Money on Day to Day Expenses

Some of your expenses such as mortgage repayments must be fixed, but you will be able to pinpoint other expenses you can reduce by following the ideas in this feature. Replace frayed handles on handbags with inexpensive chain belts. Save … Continue reading

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