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4 Hidden Costs of Running an Online Business
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Running an online business can be super flexible and easier to start because start-up costs tend to be lower. However, if you have a great online business idea or even want to start freelancing on the side, don’t get the impression that you’ll be able to start and maintain your business for next to nothing. […]

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Facebook Money Making Scams to Avoid
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I wasn’t sure what to title this post. Common Facebook money making scams/schemes? Random money making “opportunities” from Facebook? Stuff not to do? The truth is there are a TON of scammy money making posts on Facebook. I see them all the time – especially on yard sale and rummage sale groups. There are also […]

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How to Raise a Child Without Going Broke
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It’s no secret that raising kids can be expensive. The stats are always all over the place ranging from $250,000 to $1 million estimated to raise a child to the age of 18. Those numbers can scare anyone away from feeling confident enough to afford a family, but to me, it’s just a lot of […]

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How to Reach Your Financial Goals With Multiple Savings Accounts
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As you work to organize and better manage your finances, you will find that you start having multiple financial goals at the same time. It can be overwhelming to juggle at first, but you must get used to it sooner rather than later. Whether it be saving for a home down payment, building an emergency […]

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Pros and Cons of Driver Side Hustles
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The delivery side hustle economy is booming right now. Many people are using their cars to bring in big bucks by either delivery packages, food, and other supplies or driving people around locally through a rideshare company. Last year, my husband earned $10,000 from driver side hustles and it was a big help to us […]

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How to Make Money While Traveling
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Love to travel or interested in the idea of traveling part or full time? Maybe one vacation per year just isn’t enough or you’d like to have the freedom and flexibility to take month-long trips whenever you want without having to be tied down to a specific location or job. Long-term or frequent travel isn’t […]

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5 Places to Find Freelance Clients (And Which Produce the Best Results)
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So you’ve come up with a brilliant freelance idea and are ready to get to work. Now comes the hard part: finding clients. I’m not going to lie – it takes some work to build up your initial clientele. However, if you go about client building it in the right way you can fill up […]

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How to Set Freelance Rates When You’re Clueless
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When I started freelancing nothing felt more foreign to me than knowing what to charge. Sure, finding clients was hard but when I started getting interest I was met with my next challenge: setting my rates. There was so much I didn’t know so I winged it. In the end it all worked out but […]

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Why Your Net Worth Is Important (And How to Track It For Free)
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Contrary to popular belief, your net worth is one of your most important financial numbers. It is the sum of your assets and liabilities. In layman terms, your net worth is the total amount of everything you own minus your debts. It gives you a holistic view of your finances – taking into account your […]

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[Time Sensitive] Work at Home Summit Starts Soon!
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My work from home journey started in 2012. I needed to find a way to support myself and two daughters and since I live in a small town with no decent jobs it was pretty much my only option. (Besides working 80 hours per week, of course.) It was a rocky road at first and […]

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5 Simple and Smart Tax Moves to Make
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Tax season is nearly upon us and it’s bittersweet for most. Whether you think you might get a refund or are nervous about how much you might owe, it’s easy to loathe tax season and get stressed out or overwhelmed. Ever since I started doing taxes as an independent, I’ve dreaded the process. All the […]

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