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The Miracle Money Cure: Six Common Financial Problems a Budget Can Fix
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Only a third of Americans bother to create a written or computerized budget each month, according to a 2013 Gallup poll on budgeting, the most recent available. Considering the state of personal finance in the U.S., this actually explains a lot. A recent study showed that fewer than half of Americans have more than $1,000 in […]

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Straight Talk on 10 Common Personal Finance and Career Issues
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In a typical week, I hear from 20 to 30 readers by email or social media. Typically, the 12 most interesting questions make it into the reader mailbag. What about the other 10 or so questions? The honest truth is that most of those other questions boil down to the same handful of questions, over and over, with minor […]

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Nestle's Poland Spring is common groundwater, new suit alleges – The Mercury News
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The Mercury News Nestle's Poland Spring is common groundwater, new suit allegesThe Mercury News(Tom Starkweather/Bloomberg News Archives) Poland Springs says its water bottles contain “100 percent natural spring water” from a source deep in Maine's woods, but a new lawsuit disputes that claim. By Bloomberg News |. PUBLISHED: August 19, 2017 …Lawsuit alleges Poland Spring water […]

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Best Travel Credit Card for 2017
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Airline cards, hotel cards, travel rewards cards… frequent travelers have many options when choosing a new card. While some travel cards offer redemption options like gift cards, merchandise, etc., you’ll usually get the most favorable redemption rate when redeeming points for travel. Some travel cards also offer a higher rewards rate on travel-related purchases. The […]

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Single Dad Tips for Earning Extra Income
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Today I have a great post from David @Millennial Personal Finance. Be sure to check out his blog after you’re done reading! I am a single dad and as such, I have a lot more responsibilities on my shoulders and one of those responsibilities is to make sure that I make a healthy income to […]

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Best Rewards Credit Cards of 2017
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If you want to earn rewards quickly (who doesn’t?), it’s important to choose a card that aligns with your spending habits and goals. With the number of cards out there, it can be difficult to narrow down the options — but don’t worry. We’ve done the research to make finding your ideal rewards card quick […]

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A Guide for Busy People Who Want to Build New Income Streams
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John writes in: Recently, you mentioned in this article that you’ve set up some additional income streams to the point “where any income stream can go away and it won’t really adversely affect my family.” — I’m curious to know what they are and how you’ve achieved that. I’ve been listening and reading up on […]

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Wealth Is Not a Route to Happiness. What Is?
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I recently read a great article by Peter Singer on the general topic of effective altruism entitled The Drowning Child and the Expanding Circle, which was originally published in New Internationalist. In the article, Singer’s primary focus is on personal happiness and whether helping others is aligned with it. The article contained a key quote […]

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How we create effective meeting agendas at IWT
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When you look at someone who’s a master at their craft, you’ll notice that they’ve always built routines for the ordinary parts of life, so they can focus on what they’re best at. This is why President Obama wears the same suit every day and Gary Vaynerchuk calls his family in the car on the way […]

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Three Big Mistakes Students Make When Accepting Financial Aid
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I graduated college with $145,000 in student loans. The worst part about it? I was willfully ignorant about the amount I borrowed. It would all be paid off by Future Me, right? Besides, not once during my economics courses was there a discussion about the adverse effects of high student debt. How bad could it […]

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Solid Strategies for Keeping Your Grocery Bill Low
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The average American household spends about $700/month on groceries each month according to a Gallup Poll. While food is a necessity, you don’t have to settle for a high grocery bill if you know you truly don’t need to be spending that much. Your family size will be the key determining factor for your grocery […]

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