20 REAL Companies That Want To Hire You For Work From Home Jobs

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You don’t have to own a business to work from home. Although there are plenty legitimate home-based businesses you can start, existing companies will pay you to help them from the comfort of your own home. So get your home office set up, here are 20 real companies that will pay you to work in your slippers. Comfy!

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70+ Budget Categories (Your Shortcut To Budgeting Success)

In order to have an effective budget, you’re going to need some basic personal budget categories to start. Determining your budget categories isn’t always easy, especially if you’ve never made a budget before. Start your budget off right . . . here are some of the best budgeting categories to set you off on the right foot.

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How to Give a Cell Phone As A Gift: 8 Important Tips

How to give a cell phone as a gift

Thinking about getting that fancy new cell phone for your someone special this Christmas? Great idea! But before you head to your local cell phone store, there are a handful of important tips you should know so that you don’t spoil the surprise or hit a roadblock.

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Is it Really Okay to Make Budgeting Mistakes?

imperfect budgeting

Do you feel like if you were to start a budget, you’d fail? Or maybe you’ve been frustrated by past failures. You started a budget, but you just couldn’t keep up with it. Dare I say, many of us have probably struggled with budgets in the past. I’m certainly no exception.

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How to Brainstorm the Best Budget Categories

budget category brainstorming

I’ve had friends ask me, “How many budget categories should I have?” The answer is somewhat cryptic: “As many as you need to save as much money as possible, but no more.” Here’s what you need to know . . . .

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How to Have Profound Hope Despite Difficult Circumstances

difficult circumstances

When you became a Christian, perhaps nobody told you that life would be just as difficult as it was before your conversion – perhaps even more difficult. Christians are certainly not immune to trials and tribulations.

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iTunes Radio: A New Frugal Way to Discover Music?

iTunes Radio

I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t enjoy music. Songs kindle fond memories, inspire creativity, and lift us up when we’re down. Music, therefore, is big business . . . .

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MoneyWell Review | Envelope Budgeting Software


Over the past four years or so I’ve been using proactive envelope budgeting software called MoneyWell. It’s available on the Mac platform and there’s a companion app called MoneyWell Express for iPhone and iPod touch. Here’s what you need to know about it!

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How to Listen to the Bible for Free and Change Your Life


Many Christians – including myself – have struggled with reading the Bible. Either we have too much work to do, are just plain exhausted from our day, or something unexpected draws our attention away from reading. There’s always an excuse why we don’t spend time in the scriptures. But is any excuse really good enough to justify leaving God’s word on the shelf?

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5 Ways to Avoid an Overdraft (and Fees)

There’s nothing quite like the sinking feeling you get when you overdraft your checking account. You thought you had the money, but nope, you didn’t. And then, the threat of a ridiculously high overdraft fee looms overhead. What are you to do? Let’s explore some ways you can avoid an overdraft altogether (including the fees that accompany them).

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How Much Should You Spend on Groceries?

Our groceries budget has fluctuated over the past couple of years. It started high, then went down pretty low, and now it is up again. I want to ask you, the readers, how much you spend on groceries so that we can all learn some valuable tips!

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How to Get Your Inboxes to Zero Every Day

Inbox Almost to Zero

Feeling a little, overwhelmed? Perhaps your inboxes are filling up and you’re wondering how to get them to zero every day – or at least on a regular basis. Here are some strategies to empty your inboxes, stay productive, and lower your stress.

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3 Low Cost Online Business Opportunities

Starting Online Business

Starting a business can be a time-consuming and costly process. Franchises can have upfront costs and many times reoccurring fees as well. Purchasing a building for your business might not be in your budget and you’d have to take out a loan to do so. Don’t forget one of your most expensive costs: employees! If you daydream about starting your own business, why not consider starting out on the Internet? Here are three low cost online business opportunities you can start with the computer you’re using right now.

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3 Ways to Avoid Using Your Emergency Fund!

emergency fund

You’re a rock star and have set up a fully-funded emergency fund. Bravo! There’s only one problem: you find yourself using your emergency fund every month because of “unexpected” expenses! How can you make sure that your emergency fund is only used for emergency purposes? Here are a few tips to help get you on the right track . . . .

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