About Paul Vachon

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

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NYC on a budget

How to Plan a Day in NYC on a Budget

Heading to the Big Apple? Well, it’s notorious for being one of the most expensive cities in the world, and certainly the most expensive city to visit in the US. Here are some tips for planning a day in NYC on a budget without worrying about money. Getting Around New York cabs are expensive, so […]

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Smartphone Theft

Smartphone Theft: How to Deter Thieves and Protect Your Data

In a world where smartphones have become an integral part of our working and social lives, the threat of smartphone theft has been getting greater and greater. According to Consumer Reports National Research Center, 2.1 Million cell phones were stolen in the U.S. last year with another 3.1 Million cell phones reported as being lost. Theft […]

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need a financial advisor

Seven Signs That You (and your business) Need a Financial Advisor

Running a new business venture involves dealing with many potential pitfalls and obstacles however, a good financial advisor can help you navigate through any issues. Although, you may start with a strong balance sheet, many businesses fail as they struggle to maintain control as the business grows. Although it might appear like an extra cost, […]

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common types of debt

Repayment Terms for Common Types of Debt

Debt can be incredibly useful when used to buy a house or a car. But it’s also something that can cause huge headaches for consumers—especially when it gets out of control. Unmanageable debt is just a way of life for many people who can’t keep up with its costs. In fact, a study from the […]

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Proven Strategies to Build a More Resilient Business

While a lot is said about business resilience and continuity planning, and the importance of a company being agile and responsive; in the end it all boils down to one simple goal – being able to continue to serve your customers even when times get tough. Business resilience is about rolling with the punches and […]

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poor money management

How Poor Money Management Can Ruin Your Chance to Build Wealth

You’ve probably heard of the saying, ‘earn like the rich and spend like the poor.’ The rich remain rich by spending like the poor while the poor stay poor because they try to emulate lavish lifestyles. Money management is crucial for both low and high income earners. According to author Elizabeth Warren’s 50/20/30 budget rule, […]

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ways to save money buying your first home

Alternative Ways to Save Money Buying Your First Home

Buying your first home tends to be something we now see as a huge ambition. With hefty deposits and rising house prices many of us stick to renting which can often lead us to getting stuck in a cycle of paying rent and never having cash left over to save. However with new options opening […]

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How to Make Extra Money on GrabPoints

It’s always a good idea to have supplemental sources of income, especially for those who work from home. They might seem to pay in peanuts at first, but these little side hustles have a way of adding up quickly as long as you do them regularly. Before you know it, you have enough savings to […]

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