About Paul Vachon

Born: Concord, MA BSBA from Indiana University of PA Composite Science Post-Baccalaureate Univerity of Texas - Austin

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How Genealogy Curriculum Can Inspire Students

In this article, we’ll explore how a genealogy curriculum can inspire students to learn more about themselves and their family history. We’ll also look at how this type of curriculum can be used to teach other subjects, such as social studies and biology. Keep reading to learn more about how this subject can be used […]

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Four Things You Need to Know About Business Loans

Financial access is imperative for all businesses to meet their objectives, obligations, and grow.  However, being in business is not always an easy journey, and there are many times the availability of adequate funds becomes tricky, derailing business. During such times, many businesses seek financial help through business loans with the hope that the debt […]

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Become an Accountant With These 3 Hacks

Becoming an accountant is a great career path and one that is proving popular for a lot of people. So, you need to make sure you focus on some of the key things that you can do to help you when you are trying to find the ideal career path these days. This is one […]

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Are ETFs Good to Invest in to Earn More?

It is not necessary to have a large fortune if you want to invest. One can multiply funds with any starting amount of money. What to invest in to preserve and increase your capital? Let us discuss some issues on how to invest in ETF, what it is, and the pros and cons of ETFs.. ETF: […]

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Americans Are Putting Off Their American Dreams

The impacts of the student loan debt crisis you might not have considered By Laurie Farros You might not know this, but the Biden administration has quietly canceled about $17 billion in student loan debt in the past year. Most of that has gone to targeted categories of borrowers, including the disabled, those defrauded by […]

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Saving Money Effectively Even if You’re Bad at Saving

Why is it so hard to put money aside? Or, to put it differently, why does it appear like saving money is so difficult? I believe it is a fairly typical question that many people have. We might have more healthy savings account balances if money management was easy. Saving money can be difficult; you’ll […]

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Is Medicare Mandatory?

You may start thinking of retirement and your next steps as you get closer to 65. One aspect that is sure to be on your radar is Medicare. So, is Medicare Mandatory? The short answer is no; Medicare is not mandatory. However, if you don’t sign up for Medicare, you may face financial obstacles. Medicare […]

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3 Steps to Take Before You Begin to Seriously Look for a New Property

Looking for a new property can be a daunting experience, and that is why you need to be as organised as possible before you begin the process. There are a range of factors that you need to take into careful consideration prior to starting your property search. So, where do you start? Read on for […]

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