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The Best Plan For Retirement Savings: 3 Steps To Get Started

When you’re planning for retirement, one of the hardest parts is often getting started. You may not be sure which direction to take, how much to save, or where your money should be invested. Fortunately, there are ways to figure everything out, so you can have the best plan for your retirement savings. Here are […]

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Skill Selection – How to Build a Highly Skilled Team from Across the Globe

Engaging in global business operations is a big step, so it’s important to understand how to best approach this brand of business entrepreneurship. It’s all well and good to try and re-create the attributes of a physical, regionally centered work team cross-globally, but adapting to the fluidity and mobility that this digital age provides, can […]

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5 Easy Ways to Save Money

  The habit of saving is itself an education; it fosters every virtue, teaches self-denial, cultivates the sense of order, trains to forethought, and so broadens the mind. –T.T. Munger Here’s a fact: It’s much harder to save these days. The culprit: FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). Case in point: The latest batch of iPhones […]

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8 Hidden Investing Fees You Need to Know About

I hate losing money. I don’t lay awake at night worrying about it or anything, at least not anymore, but I simply don’t like to lose money I could keep in my budget for some other purpose. I bet I’m not the only person who feels this way, because if you were to ask someone […]

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An Expert Flipper’s Guide to Making Money Flea Market Flipping

To my friends I’m known as the ‘go-to’ guy for deals.  When anyone is looking to buy something at a discounted price, they ask me if I already own it, or they ask me to find it for them. Chances are I probably have it in my garage – I am not a hoarder I […]

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Metro Areas with the Greatest Share of Millennials Living Solo

Across the United States, almost 9 percent of millennials live alone. This number has been declining since 2005, likely due to unaffordable rents and growing home values. This past year alone, home values across the nation are up 5 percent and rents have increased by 3 percent. With rents forecasted to increase by another 3 […]

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Invest in Individual Stocks, But Only When You’ve Done Your Homework

The stock market is a massive and ever-evolving miasma of possibilities. For beginning investors – or for experienced investors for that matter – having true insight about the markets is a difficult thing. All you have to do is read  Michael Lewis’ Flash Boys to get an idea about the forces which stabilize the markets, […]

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How to Be Frugal – 8 Easy Tips

Living with the word ‘budget’ hanging over your head everyday isn’t a very nice way to live, and besides the stress that financial worries can cause, living on a budget often leads to families favoring the cheap option over the frugal one. After all, being frugal is about making the most of your money and […]

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