Monthly Archives: January 2019

The 3 Financial Books Every Millennial Should Read

Financial literacy is a valuable life skill that everyone should possess – and I mean EVERYONE, including you, with an almost empty bank account and a long list of debt to pay. Learning about money isn’t just for rich and … Continue reading

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How to Make More Money this February (Valentine’s Day)

Did you know that American consumers are expected to spend an average of $143.56 on Valentine’s Day this year? While the rest of the world is already planning on how to spend their money this February, how about doing the … Continue reading

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New Crypto Currency — Q

Update: Well, that was fast — I gave away my first batch of Q… working on 2nd batch. Update 2: It’s not really a Crypto currency. There is an extensive FAQ at I got this from a new crypto-currency … Continue reading

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How to Recover from a Holiday Overspending

Enjoying the holiday season is one thing, but repaying for it is a different story.  According to a recent GOBankingRates survey, 10% of the respondents said that they would probably fall into a debt or take out a loan to … Continue reading

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