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What is your retirement IQ? IQ is short for intelligence quotient! IQ testing was popular for many years because it was a way of assessing your intelligence and potential. Unfortunately, it also measured parental social status. It was used as a predictor of educational achievement, job performance, income and special needs. Saving for retirement does not take a high IQ or even much money. How is your retirement IQ? Read More…

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You can find several ways to make money online. One of the best ways to make money online is through online marketing.

Below are some ways that you could make money through online marketing.

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If you have kids in college, or kids about to go away to college and you’ve looked at the price of on-campus housing these days, you may have thought to yourself, “boy that’s expensive.” Read More…

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Price action is used in binary options to trade with current price behavior while placing less emphasis on past prices. You save more time using price action and see more trading opportunities Read More…

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We are all working towards achieving financial freedom so that we can experience the lifestyle of our dreams. However, reaching these dreams requires smart decisions along the way. With these lifestyle tips, you can get a taste of living rich while keeping your journey to affluence on track. Read More…

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Are you rich or just acting rich? I know all your friends are spending the summer in the Hamptons and you just want to fit in or maybe you are trying to impress your girl. Whatever the reason, you do not have the break the bank to look wealthy and it is not what you think anyway. They tend to dress in classic clothes. They dress for comfort!

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Negotiating Is Easy!

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When you ask a question, you are negotiating!   Negotiation is a dialogue between two or more people or parties intended to reach an understanding, resolve point of difference or gain advantage in outcome of dialogue, to produce an agreement upon courses of action, to bargain for individual or collective advantage.  Don’t you negotiate all the time in your personal and professional lives? Read More…

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Happy New Year 2015

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Happy New Year!  Today is New Year’s Eve and tomorrow is full day of football games.  Living in Los Angeles, I look forward to the Rose Parade showing what is best about southern California.  If you don’t know, it is the weather!  The beaches, skiing, museums, theater, sports, parks and food are pretty good too.  It is hardly perfect, but it is home! Read More…

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Budgeting in just 4 steps! The traditional definition of a budget is an estimate of income and expenses for a set period of time.   A budget for me is a structure for achieving a financial goal.   It helps you track your income and how you spend your money.  My approach is to start with my financial goal and I make changes in my spending to achieve it.  Do you use a budget? Read More…

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Happy Holidays

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The holidays are family time.  Holidays in many parts of the world mean vacation.  In my former (CFO) career, the end of year was the busiest.  When I worked in the electronics/computer industry, the week between Christmas and New Years was a company shutdown.  In other words, we had paid time off, except I generally worked some days to prepare for year end.  As a teacher, this is vacation time! Read More…

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