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2016 Best Money and Investing Holiday Gifts

2016 Best Money and Investing Holiday Gifts

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Top Money, Investing and Tech  Gifts-Inspired by Money Magazine I’ve subscribed to Money Magazine for decades, and I can’t cancel my subscription. And it’s not that I haven’t tried. Sure, I’ve let the subscription lapse for a few months over the years…. only to subscribe again, for that one or two great finance tip each month. This months best holiday money and investing gifts surprised me once again. You’d think a finance expert wouldn’t need the rudimentary Money Magazine advice. Yet, there’s always at least one nugget, that I hadn’t thought of, which makes the subscription worthwhile. For example, the December...

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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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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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Best Negotiating Story Ever – Leads to More Money

Best Negotiating Story Ever – Leads to More Money

By in Make Money, Saving, Tips, Wealth | 13 comments

Brian, the guy who cuts our grass began his conversation with me, “You look lovely today Ms. Friedberg.” 1. Great move to start with a compliment Upon inquiring about Brian’s well being, he mentioned that he’s not doing too well due to his case of poison ivy. 2. Garner sympathy He went on to comment about the two big brown patches in our yard where some trees were recently removed. Genially, he offered, “I have everything in my truck today to reseed the bare areas. I’m looking to offer you more services and help keep your lawn beautiful.” 3. Ask for what you want...

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The Presidential Conventions, Trump, Clinton and Your Money News

The Presidential Conventions, Trump, Clinton and Your Money News

By in Economics, Links, Wealth | 1 comment

Who Is Best For Your Money? Trump or Clinton The real life presidential race drama on CNN, MSNBC and Fox is becoming more compelling than television drama. Are you wondering if your investments will grow more under a Trump or Clinton presidency?Not to get too far off the finance track, today we’ll look at how your money may be impacted by the upcoming presidential competition. A variety of sources weigh in on the impact of politics on your investments. In fact, I was so curious about the topic I wrote a few words about politics and invesment returns as...

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Do You Really Need a Rolex?

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“Henceforth I ask not good fortune. I myself am good fortune.” Walt Whitman Walt Whitman would fit in well with the “simplicity-frugal movement” of today. And the famous Walden Pond, by Thoreau inspired me to appreciate the simplest pleasures in life. Both Whitman and Thoreau’s writing exude self possession, contentment, and the joy of living. This may sound a bit idealistic, but in the last reality, isn’t it really what most of us look for; wealth in life, not just money. Do You Really Need a Rolex, Sharlene? A friend of mine, Sharlene really wants a Rolex watch. The prices start in the range of $10,000. The one in...

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