Get 10% Cashback at Amazon Just By Using This Credit Card

This is a simple hack that can easily save you 10% at Amazon! All you need to do is get this credit card and then you will be on your way to saving 10% at Amazon!

Are you already getting stressed about shopping in the upcoming Christmas season? If you are, we’ve got some good news on a package deal that can save you a lot of cash. The Discover It credit card is offering one of those too-good-to-pass-up bonus offers, and they’ve teamed up with Amazon.com, just in time for […]

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How to Decide who to Vote for (when you don’t like any of the options)

How to decide who to vote for in the presidential election

This is written for the millions of us REALLY struggling with this decision. I have worked painstakingly hard to create a non-partisan guide to help YOU decide who to vote for this year. I don’t feel right about pushing a political agenda with this site, but for those just dying to know the conclusions I […]

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5 lessons from the garden about fruit bearing

5 lessons from the garden about fruit bearing

Who doesn’t want to be more loving, joyful, at peace, patient, kind, full of goodness, faithful, gentle, and self-controlled? Each of those are the fruit that the Bible says we should be bearing (John 15:16). I know I would love to see each one of those more in my own life – wouldn’t you? So, what do we need to do to bear more fruit?

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What to do when all your hard work gets wrecked by unexpected financial challenges

What to do when all your hard work gets wrecked by unexpected financial challenges

An email came in asking a question on a very important topic: handling the disasters that hit when you’re in the process of getting your financial situation under better control, but haven’t yet reached paydirt. Donna asks: ‘… what about those times when I’m doing everything right – created the budget and staying on it, […]

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7 simple ways to make $100/month

Some easy and great ways to make $100 this month

It is amazing what just an extra $100/month can do for your finances. And on one hand it can seem like a really difficult thing to accomplish, but in reality it can be pretty easy. There have been countless things I have done over the years to earn some extra cash. So today we have […]

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The Top 10 Retirement Planning Mistakes – Are you making any of them?

The folks from over at MoneyTips recently did a survey of over 500 retirees. They asked them all kinds of questions and the results led to some pretty helpful information. In the survey they asked the retirees what mistakes they made in their planning and saving for retirement. Below are the Top 10 #Retirement Planning Mistakes that we can learn from!

The folks from over at MoneyTips.com recently did a survey of over 500 retirees. They asked them all kinds of questions and the results led to some pretty helpful information. Top 10 retirement planning mistakes In the survey they asked the retirees what mistakes they made in their planning and saving for retirement.  Below are […]

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How To Create A Will In Less Than 10 Minutes And For FREE!

Do you know what happens if you die without a will in place? According to Forbes: "If you die intestate–meaning without a proper will or living trust–your assets will be divvied up according to the law in the state where you live... Some states have stuck to the traditional approach of giving a one-third share to the spouse, with the children dividing the rest. Others give spouses one-half. Mississippi gives an equal share to the surviving spouse and each child; if there are nine children, the spouse gets a measly one-tenth of the estate... Even if you have no kids, your spouse may not get everything; in some states, the deceased spouse’s parents, siblings, nieces or nephews and even more distant relatives receive a cut."

Well, if you didn’t know (and I am sure you didn’t), this month is National “Make-A-Will” month. And while I tend to think manufactured holidays and “months” like this are silly, in this case I think it is a good reminder for those who haven’t taken this critical and simple step. So today I am […]

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What To Do When You Hate Your Job (4 Keys To A Brighter Future)

What you should do when you hate your job

These are 4 important things to do when you hate your job…

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How to get textbooks for free

A simple method you can use to get your college textbooks for free!

This was a trick I discovered late in college, that I wish I would have known about earlier, it could have saved me thousands over my college years. It shouldn’t take more than a hour and could save you hundreds each semester.

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6 Things You Can Buy That Will Pay for Themselves in a Year

6 things you can buy that will pay for themselves in a year

I must say that I really get a kick out of doing little things that will pay big dividends. So each of these 6 items offer a little bit of that promise. Put a few bucks in now and save more! What I love about it is that, you can run out and buy everything mentioned here and actually be richer in a year! Yes you are welcome!

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How to overcome the fear of failure

How to overcome the fear of failure

No one likes to fail, but often it is a critical component to our success. These are a few of the things I did to overcome my fear of failure

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11 Steps To Starting A Small Business Online

These were the steps I took to start my online business and they will vary depending on the type of business you are wanting to start. Hopefully they will give you some ideas of some things you need to keep in mind as you progress!

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Free Spreadsheet To Get Your Financial Life On One Page For 2017

Being impacted by my uncle’s premature death and wanting to do everything I can do to help my wife, I decided to create a system for keeping things organized. It has been a work in progress over the last few years, but has evolved into a very helpful tool…

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9 Reasons Paying Off Debt was one of the Best Decisions I Ever Made

It has now been a few years since my wife and I paid off all of our non-mortgage debt, but the benefits still remain. It is absolutely one of the best decisions I ever made and I can’t help but wish that everyone I know could experience some of the joys of having all of your debt […]

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