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HOW TO BECOME A VIRTUAL ASSISTANT-PART 2

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Market Yourself as a Virtual Assistant Guest contributor, Manette Aquino, virtual assistant In part 1, you learned how to become a virtual assistant. Today, you’ll get tips on how to market yourself as a virtual assistant. With today’s new remote working environment there are more opportunities than ever to work from home, in your pjs and make money on your own terms.  In this 3 part series learn how to become a virtual assistant: Part 1: The job description of a virtual assistant Part 2: How to market yourself as a virtual assistant Part 3: The Pitfalls of Becoming...

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Make $175+ Watching Movies & Videos in Your PJs

Make $175+ Watching Movies & Videos in Your PJs

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Make Money Watching Videos and Movies By staff columnist, Alexandra Deluise Movie lovers, rejoice: you can make make money watching videos and movies from home. Pajamas optional. If ever there were a side hustle designed for me, this would be it. If only I knew about this option when I was on maternity leave in January! Websites and movie companies will actually pay you to watch videos, movies and movie trailers at home. Get paid watching short videos – some delivered right to you! Swagbucks is our first stop. While not full-length movies, there are plenty of videos you can...

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The Difference Between 401k Loans vs. 401k Early Withdrawals

The Difference Between 401k Loans vs. 401k Early Withdrawals

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By Gust Contributor, Anum Yoon If you need a large amount of money, you might be tempted to dip into your retirement fund. Many 401k plans let you borrow money or take an early withdrawal. Both have their pluses and minuses. However, they have one thing in common: If you take out money, you’ll typically have saved less when it’s time for retirement. The consequences of taking a 401k loan or a 401k early withdrawal could cost dearly in retirement. Don’t take this decision lightly or in your later years, you might be forced to change your lifestyle or postpone your...

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Cheap 4th of July Fun-7 Great Ideas

Cheap 4th of July Fun-7 Great Ideas

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7 Ways to Enjoy the Fourth of July + Maybe Build Wealth By contributing columnist,  Alexandra Deluise The Fourth of July is one of the highlights of summer for me. The holiday almost always includes a cookout, fireworks, and time spent with family around a campfire with marshmallows. This year, July 4th is on a Monday. This means three full days of potential festivities and cheap 4th of July fun! However, getting crazy on this patriotic holiday can cost a lot if you are not careful. Save some money with these frugal tips for a fun-filled holiday weekend. 7...

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29 Fun Ways to Make Money in the Summer

29 Fun Ways to Make Money in the Summer

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Students, Teachers & Adults-Have Fun Making Money This Summer By staff columnist, Alexandra Deluise Making money in the summer time is always good – the days are longer, people seem to be in better moods, and there are some excellent seasonal places to apply for. Before signing yourself up for a seasonal restaurant job, though, try one of these 29 fun ways to make money this summer! Sell the fruits (or veggies!) of your labor. If you have a garden, you can make extra money by selling produce from your land. You can also get a head start on the...

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8 Financial Moves College Graduates Should Make Now

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Guest Columnist, Andrea Woroch The number of Americans receiving associate’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees or master’s degrees in 2016 totals over 3.5 million, a collective achievement worth celebrating. However, the dark cloud of student debt looms above the festivities this year, with the average debt amounting to just over $37,000 — a record high — according to recent reports. While the standard payback period for bachelor degree student loans is 10 years, the average person spends about two decades paying off their college debts due to lifestyle changes including marriage, children, home-ownership and more. To avoid becoming part of this...

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