7 Ways to Go to College for Free

Want to go to #college for free? These are 7 real and legit ways that you could actually do just that -

Tuition. Fees. Books. It all adds up! College can be ridiculously expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Don’t accept the idea that you’re going to pay an arm and a leg for college. You can go to college for free.

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10 Ways to Keep your Cell Phone from Running Your Life

10 ways to keep your cell phone from running your life

For many of us, our smartphone is the greatest productivity tool we’ve ever owned. Apps like Todoist, Evernote, and Dropbox make it easier than ever to plan, stay organized, and keep track of our lives. At the same time, our cell phone can be one of our greatest enemies. An interruption from a cell phone […]

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7 Meals in 1 Hour: How to Meal Plan & Shop for the Busy Working Parent

It was 5:30 at night, I was in my work clothes, the kids were cranky, we were all hungry, and I found myself standing in front of the refrigerator again, waiting for something to happen (specifically a healthy meal to jump onto the table leaving us happy and satisfied). After months of this scenario on […]

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The Best 5 Work-from-Home Jobs from Someone Who Has Tried Them All

I've tested and tried out all the different work-from-home jobs out there and these are the 5 best ones -

Working from home is an excellent option for people who want to be with their families and still earn a living. When you work from home you can usually build a lot of flexibility into your schedule so that you can attend school functions for your children, care for sick family members, and tend to your household responsibilities . . . .

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3 Ways to Learn Spanish
Online for Free

Here are 3 simple, #free, and even FUN ways you can start learning to speak #spanish online today!

Spanish is a fantastic language to learn (it’s one of the top spoken languages in the world), but it isn’t always easy. Besides the difficultly of learning a new language, there are cost considerations. Taking Spanish classes at a university or community college certainly costs money – not to mention transportation costs. Thankfully, the internet has made learning a new language convenient and, in some cases, free.

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Rebalance IRA Overview: Enjoy Investment Expertise and Management for Less

Rebalance IRA

Traditional investment “advisors” can take a tremendous chunk out of your investment earnings through outrageous fees and fine-print practices. No wonder investing for retirement is scary business. Granted, you probably don’t mind paying a reasonable amount for investment expertise and management. If so, Rebalance–IRA.com might be just the ticket.

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Obama’s MyRA Retirement Savings Plan: Should You Use it?

Obama's MyRA retirement savings plan - why you should probably avoid it...

In his State of the Union Address in January 2014, President Barack Obama unveiled what he hopes will be a solution to the retirement program. A retirement account called the MyRA is aimed at those who don’t have employer-sponsored retirement accounts, but it will also be available to those with employer plans. The MyRA is also designed to encourage saving due to its low barrier to entry.

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What Pete Carroll Teaches Us About Investing

Pete Carroll, head coach of the NFL Seattle Seahawks just made a controversial decision. His starting quarterback will not be Matt Flynn, the expensive free agent pickup. Rather, it will be Russell Wilson, the unproven Wisconsin rookie they drafted in the third round of the 2012 draft, because he wasn’t a “classic NFL” type of quarterback like Andrew Luck. What can we derive from Pete Carroll about investing?

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5 Steps to Take When You Receive a Call from the Collection Department

Collection Call

Have you ever been called by a collector? It’s not a pleasant experience. I’ve only received one collection call, but it was terrifying. I was in my early 20’s, already had a decent amount of debt, a reasonably expensive mortgage, and had recently quit my job to pursue one of my hair-brained million dollar schemes. Oops. Anyway, I was 30+ days past due on my mortgage, so I received a call from the mortgage company.

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Important Changes Coming to Your 401(k) Statement Soon

401k Changes

It’s official. Everybody who has a 401(k) will now have access to the total amount of fees they’re paying each quarter and that’s great news . . . but . . . will the information make the impact that it should or will it be another in the long list of disclosure statements Americans receive but don’t read?

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How to Pick the Right Realtor

Pick a Realtor

Do you have time to market your home, do you have the knowledge to accurately price your home, figure out all of the paperwork required with listing and closing, and stage your home to make it ready for showings? Much of this is accomplished by a quality realtor for those people who don’t have the time or the knowledge to do it at a professional level.

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8 Reasons People Don’t Give to Church

8 Reasons People Don't Give to Church

Churches exist to develop people in the Christian faith and to spread the message of the Gospel. While the Word of God is free, often times spreading the good news is not and it takes money to do so. So why don’t all Christians support their church?

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5 Steps to Improve Your Church Email Marketing

When it comes to impacting your community with the message of Christ, the internet is often considered one of the ultimate tools. With the spread of social networking sites and mobile devices, nearly everyone can be reached instantly online. Unfortunately, many churches today are not fully harnessing the power of the internet. One way that churches can connect and grow their impact in their communities is by leveraging the use of email marketing…

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How Natural Gas Will Save You Loads of Money in the Future!

Natural Gas

It wasn’t that long ago when natural gas wasn’t the bargain that it is today. It was only a few years that natural gas was nearly $11 per thousand cubic feet or Mcf but now, in the first quarter of 2012, the fuel has hit a low of $2.08 per Mcf. The reason for this drop in prices is simple to understand but what is even more important is how it will affect the average American consumer in the future . . . .

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