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11 Best Ways for Teachers to Make Extra Money in the Summer (Without Tutoring!)

11 Best Ways for Teachers to Make Extra Money in the Summer (Without Tutoring!)

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The Best Ways for Teachers to Make Extra Money in the Summer By staff columnist, Alexandra Deluise One of my favorite parts of teaching is summer break. After a year-long focus on my students (and all the connected work that comes along with them!), it’s nice to take some time to myself to relax. Use these best ways to make extra money in the summer to shore up your bank account or save up for something special. If you don’t get paid during the summer, like some teachers (particularly adjunct college instructors) then take heed. Even with extremely careful financial...

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Would You Use a Robo-Advisor? Here’s What a Millennial Thinks

Would You Use a Robo-Advisor? Here’s What a Millennial Thinks

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Have You Been Thinking About Getting Investing Help From a Robo-Advisor? 5 Reasons You Should By staff columnist, Alexandra Deluise   In today’s technologically-driven society, it should come as no surprise that robo-advisors are now “a thing.” After all, we like automating everything – why not our investing advice? If you’ve been thinking about whether you should use a robo-advisor, this article will help you answer the question, ‘Should I use a robo-advisor?’ Robo-advisors work by using algorithms to help clients make the best investing decisions, weighing the client’s tolerance for risk and desired length of investment into the equation....

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5 Tips for Business-Like Budgeting for the Home

5 Tips for Business-Like Budgeting for the Home

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By staff columnist,  Alexandra Deluise Successful businesses have one thing in common: they are good with their money. If you want to maximize your money at home, you should take a business-like approach to budgeting. Here are five things that successful businesses do well, and tips to help you do the same! 1. Businesses Are Organized The first step in getting your household budget ready for business is to get organized. Businesses do this by taking careful inventory of every dollar that crosses their path. Successful businesses also need to know when their bills are due to avoid late...

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What Should a Freelance Consultant Charge?

What Should a Freelance Consultant Charge?

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Setting a Price on Yourself as an Entrepreneur By staff columnist,  Alexandra Deluise We all want to make more money, yet setting a price on yourself as an entrepreneur is not an easy task. One of the most difficult things to do when starting off in entrepreneurship, however, is deciding your worth. Whether you are selling a product, your knowledge, or your time, setting a fair price for your services is essential. What Should a Freelance Consultant Charge? How to Assess You might be worth more than you think! It’s natural to shortchange ourselves a little. Imposter syndrome is...

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OnTrajectory, the ‘Google Maps’ of Financial Planning Answers the Question; Can I Retire Early?

OnTrajectory, the ‘Google Maps’ of Financial Planning Answers the Question; Can I Retire Early?

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Can I Retire Early? Get the Answer Big and even small regular expenses can sabotage a comfy retirement. Are you curious about how decisions about car purchases and lattes, might affect plans for retirement? Maybe you’ve never thought about the relationship between your new car and your retirement date. Can I Retire Early? OnTrajectory Shows If You’re On Track for Retirement What is OnTrajectory and How Can it Help Me? OnTrajectory.com is a “fin-tech” startup helping you map your current and future financial journey. This platform gives you vivid illustrations of your income, expenses, and investments. After inputting some...

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5 Personal Finance Habits to Help You Achieve Financial Freedom

5 Personal Finance Habits to Help You Achieve Financial Freedom

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Guest Contributor, Tina Roth Developing ‘good habits’ has become an industry. From Charles Duhigg of The Power of Habit to Gretchen Rubin’s, Better Than Before: What I Learned About Making and Breaking Habits–to Sleep More, Quit Sugar, Procrastinate Less, and Generally Build a Happier Life, creating good habits is important across the spectrum or our lives. This guest article will show you how a few simple habits, started early, can help you achieve financial freedom.   We don’t make our habits. Our habits make us. Getting rid of habits is a herculean task, or maybe it’s even more difficult because Hercules...

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