Economy

This Brilliantly Renovated School Bus (Bought for $2,800) is Home to Family of 5 (Photos)

Posted by on January 22, 2017 in Economy, Tiny Homes & Frugal Living with 0 Comments
This Brilliantly Renovated School Bus (Bought for $2,800) is Home to Family of 5 (Photos)

This bus conversion “Tiny House” is a Must-See. At only $30,800 to make, it’s genius.

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Want to Really Enjoy Your Retirement (Even Sooner)? Build a Tiny House Like This Couple Did!

Posted by on January 20, 2017 in Economy, Tiny Homes & Frugal Living with 0 Comments
Want to Really Enjoy Your Retirement (Even Sooner)? Build a Tiny House Like This Couple Did!

Wondering how you’re going to be able to retire comfortably (play, travel, etc)? Consider building a tiny house like this one.

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70% of Americans Hate Their Jobs – Find Your WHY and Join the 30% Who Love What They Do

Posted by on January 19, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
70% of Americans Hate Their Jobs – Find Your WHY and Join the 30% Who Love What They Do

The days of ‘dialing it in’ (unconsciousness) are gone. It’s time to love what you do. Read this!

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Time To Pay Attention: 8 Men Have As Much Money As Half The Entire World

Posted by on January 18, 2017 in Economy with 1 Comment
Time To Pay Attention: 8 Men Have As Much Money As Half The Entire World

After considering further information from Credit Suisse, Oxfam revised last year’s figures which had found 62 people as wealthy as the ‘bottom’ half of the population. This year’s statistic, now just eight people with that same wealth, shocked the authors of the report — and they’ve suggested measures to take to begin bridging the divide.

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What Actually Happens to Your Donated Clothing? You’ll Be Surprised!

Posted by on January 18, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
What Actually Happens to Your Donated Clothing? You’ll Be Surprised!

Think your donation is helping the needy? Maybe or maybe not. Read this and learning what really happens to your donated clothing.

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Is College Still Worth the Investment — and Does Your Major Matter?

Posted by on January 17, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
Is College Still Worth the Investment — and Does Your Major Matter?

Is a university degree still worth the time and money you have to put into it?

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The 3 Golden Rules for Lending Money to Friends and Family

Posted by on January 16, 2017 in Economy with 34 Comments
The 3 Golden Rules for Lending Money to Friends and Family

We’ve all heard that you should “never lend money to family or friends,” but is that truly the case? Read this for 3 great tips on how to deal with the situation in real life.

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6 Little Money Mistakes That Could Be Costing You Every Month (Fix Them and Save)

Posted by on January 16, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
6 Little Money Mistakes That Could Be Costing You Every Month (Fix Them and Save)

When it comes to money, it’s always the little things that seem to add up and make a difference. Are you aware of these 6 little money mistakes you could be making?

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Want to Stop Wasting Money? Avoid These 25 Common Things

Posted by on January 13, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
Want to Stop Wasting Money? Avoid These 25 Common Things

Save a penny, earn a penny. The old adage really is true. You could effectively increase your income by 20% or more, simply by avoiding these 25 things.

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9 Reasons to Stay Upbeat About Having Little Money

Posted by on January 12, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
9 Reasons to Stay Upbeat About Having Little Money

This experience pushed me way out of my familiar boundaries. I had to lower the bar on my comfort zone as well as my dignity—which I realized when I had to ask an ex-Tinder date if my sister and I could crash in his apartment for a few nights. But my New York City adventure also taught me lots of valuable lessons. I learned to look past the difficulties of having little money to the positive aspects of it (and there are plenty, I promise).

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Gold Prices Are Being Hacked

Posted by on January 12, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
Gold Prices Are Being Hacked

The recent settlement deal in which Deutsche Bank handed over 350,000 pages of internal documents and more than 70 voice recordings is changing that. Attorneys behind class action suits against a handful of major banks say the trove of information is “smoking gun” evidence of a widespread and systemic campaign to cheat customers and rig markets.

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Think You Can’t Fit Outdoor Gear In a Tiny House? Watch This Amazing Video!

Posted by on January 11, 2017 in Economy, Tiny Homes & Frugal Living with 0 Comments
Think You Can’t Fit Outdoor Gear In a Tiny House? Watch This Amazing Video!

If you’re a nature lover, or if you just love beautiful tiny homes, here’s one you’re going to adore!

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5 Simple Steps for Eliminating Your Credit Card Debt to Experience More Financial Freedom

Posted by on January 11, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
5 Simple Steps for Eliminating Your Credit Card Debt to Experience More Financial Freedom

Do you know how much credit card interest you pay in a year? Read this article and trim that number down to zero!

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Cannabis Coffee Pods To Hit Markets In March 2017

Posted by on January 11, 2017 in Economy with 0 Comments
Cannabis Coffee Pods To Hit Markets In March 2017

San Diego company BrewBudz announced that in March 2017, they will be releasing coffee containing a dose of THC in easy-to-use pods that can be prepared in Keurig brewers.

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America Spend More on Taxes than Food, Clothing, and Housing Combined (Graphic)

Posted by on January 6, 2017 in Economy with 18 Comments
America Spend More on Taxes than Food, Clothing, and Housing Combined (Graphic)

How can America be the land of the free when the citizens are mere slaves to taxation? The total tax bill of America is 4.8 trillion dollars, a whole lot more than housing, food and clothing.

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