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Secrets to Make Money From Home With a Store

Secrets to Make Money From Home With a Store

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Alternative Ways to Make Money At Night & On Week-Ends Disclosure: Please note that this article may contain affiliate links which means that – at zero cost to you – I might earn a commission if you sign up or buy through the affiliate link. That said, I never recommend anything I don’t believe is valuable. With Amazon, eBay, OfferUp, Craigslist and other resources, it’s easier than ever to make money at home with a store. It’s rare to learn not only the mechanics of the at-home business, but also the secrets to drive traffic to your new business.  Many of...

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Being a Landlord Sucks-Why You Shouldn’t Invest in Real Estate

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Should I Invest in Rental Real Estate? With interest rates still very low, you may be considering investing in real estate. It’s all quite glamorous when you read the “no money down” success stories. There are more than enough real estate gurus out there to show you the way. But before you buy, I’m going to share with you reasons why you might not want to invest in real estate, now, or ever. In fact, I gave up owning rental property decades ago because being a landlord sucks. So, let’s imagine that you’re seeking that glamorous lifestyle of the...

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Top 10 Unique Small Business Ideas for Micro-Entrepreneurs to Make Money

Top 10 Unique Small Business Ideas for Micro-Entrepreneurs to Make Money

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Women’s Money Week 2017 Featured Article – #WMWeek17 10 Unique Small Business Ideas By staff columnist, Alexandra Deluise Do you wish you could make extra money on the side, but feel like starting your own business is too much work? I have good news: micro-entrepreneurship is incredibly easy and quickly becoming the new norm. Unique small business ideas are everywhere. A micro-entrepreneur is someone who works for him or herself on a small basis (read: manageable, workable around your 9-5, and possibly fun!). For millennials, often called the “side-hustle generation,” the micro-entrepreneur lifestyle is familiar. It’s often the only way...

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Actionable Ways to Make More Money Resource Center

Actionable Ways to Make More Money Resource Center

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Make More Money Resource Center Do you have more month than money?  Are you worried that you’re not making enough money now and don’t see prospects to make more money in the future? Are you concerned that you’ll never be able to retire? The Make More Money Resource Center is your starting point for scores of strategies to make more money, for today and tomorrow. Ultimately, use what you learn to maximize your earning potential, live well for today as well as to save and invest for tomorrow. If you’re in a hurry-jump right to the money making articles: Click on a category and...

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Is Holding a Garage Sale Worth It?

Is Holding a Garage Sale Worth It?

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Is a Garage Sale a Good Way to Make Money? Initially, I  was afraid to hold a garage sale, as I worried it was too much work. Yet, before a move from Ohio to Pennsylvania I decided to find out for myself the answer to the question, “Is Holding a Garage Sale Worth It?” Have you ever participated in a garage sale? Are you thinking about holding a garage sale? You’ve collected a lot of stuff, your closets are bulging, and who doesn’t want extra cash? Although a garage sale appears to be the perfect way to get rid...

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5 Tips to Get Rich and Build Wealth

5 Tips to Get Rich and Build Wealth

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Get Rich and Build Wealth One Step at a Time    I remember, decades ago, scrimping and saving for the future. Living well beneath our moderate salary and saving and investing for the future. Decades later, the results are astounding. During the life of our family, we made hard decisions. We focused on slashing the costs of the big ticket items, such as our home and cars, as well as the smaller ones: Moved to a lower cost of living area while raising our family Eating in, bringing our lunches instead of eating out Driving our cars for decades...

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