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Stretching your Money

Post image for Barcodes – Here Is What Your Business Is Missing As You Delay Getting Them

These days, it’s next to impossible to find a product in the supermarket that doesn’t have a barcode, which makes sense considering how quickly and efficiently barcodes let a cashier work. However, barcodes are useful outside the supermarket as well. Since their application has expanded to almost every sphere of business and human interaction, you need to adopt the technology for your business as well if you haven’t already. Read More…

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Post image for Understanding How Video Conferencing Can Support the Financial Sector

Whether you’re an independent financial adviser, or working for a leading global firm, chances are you’ve had some interesting requests from your clients. From asking for face-to-face meetings during the holidays to late night questions about their financial status, these customers need a lot from you. However, that doesn’t mean you’re on your own when it comes to connecting with the people that count on you to keep their accounts out of the red. Read More…

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Why Save and Invest?

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Why save and invest? If you don’t, you would have to save about two thousand ($2,000) dollars per month for nearly forty (40) years to accumulate one million ($1,000,000) dollars. If you invest as little as five thousand ($5,000) dollars per year with a seven (7%) percent annual return, you will accumulate one million ($1,000,000) dollars by retirement. What are you going to do?

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Post image for How to Become Financially Fit

What is financially fit? You can measure your physical fitness in a variety of ways. You can measure your heart rate, pulse, strength, body composition, flexibility, coordination, etc.How do you know if you are financially fit?“Being physically fit is having the energy to perform your daily duties alertly and with vigor, while also maintaining adequate energy for leisure activities.” Are you financially fit? Read More…

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Post image for 25 Money Savings Tips for Everyone

These are 25 money saving tips, I use daily/weekly/monthly and they work!  I learned at a very early age that I needed to save my money to get the things I wanted.  Notice, I said the things I wanted.  My parents provided the things I needed!  Previously, I wrote “10 Changes Can Make Millions” and I thought I would share some more.  Start making changes today and you can start saving for what you want too. Read More…

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Post image for How to Save Money – Everywhere

Saving money is my passion! I consider myself a value shopper although I do very little actual shopping. Do I do extreme couponing or camp out at sales? No, that would be a waste of time since I do very little shopping. My grade as a consumer is probably “F”. I am not a minimalist, but I try to maximize value from my purchases with very little work. Read More…

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Post image for Should I become a landlord or seller?

As a former successful landlord, it was my first choice, but the wrong one! Am I giving away my entire thesis in the first line? If you think so, you may be wrong. I addressed this question about seventeen (17) years ago and remained a landlord for another year. Although this is a personal decision, you should consider certain factors before you chose one or the other. Read More…

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Post image for The New Crisis Is Water!

Water was taken for granted in the United States for years! It was only a problem in third world countries. This has been the hottest summer on record in California. It is adding to an already difficult drought condition that will not go away anytime soon. If you live in the Midwest or East coast, you probably experienced flood conditions. This weather/climate change will affect the cost of food very soon! Read More…

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Post image for How to Manage Your Money

Money, like emotions, is something you must control to keep your life on the right track.” (Natasha Munson) Money management is the process of budgeting, saving, investing, spending or otherwise in overseeing the cash usage of an individual or group. How you manage your money is crucial to building wealth! Managing your money better just requires some information. Read More…

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Post image for What I Gave Up for Financial Independence

Financial independence was a goal I achieved about twenty-nine (29) years ago. It was part of a ten (10) year plan, I accomplished in about eight (8) years. It was a goal with a plan! It required a level of commitment, discipline and determination day in and day out. Although I used savings and investing to achieve this goal, it was my choices that helped me achieve my success.  Read More…

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