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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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*Please read affiliate disclosure below. 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...

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3 Dividend Stocks to Own In Retirement

3 Dividend Stocks to Own In Retirement

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Guest Contributor; Gaurav Sharma 3 Top Dividend Stocks for Retirement If there is and one priority for a retiree investor, it is income.  This can be achieved by owning the best dividend stocks within your investment portfolio.  Dividend stock investing actually has two potential benefits: An opportunity for capital appreciation. A steady or increasing cash flow. A dividend stock investor deploys capital into companies with juicy dividend payments. Depending upon when the dividends are paid, you earn regular cash payments deposited into your brokerage account. After purchasing the stock, there’s no additional work, making dividend investing perfect for retirees....

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Why and How to Diversify with Real Estate – REITS + Real Estate Crowdfunding

Why and How to Diversify with Real Estate – REITS + Real Estate Crowdfunding

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Guest columnist, Joseph Hogue, CFA Don’t let the headaches of real estate investing keep you from diversifying your portfolio into one of the best long-term assets. Despite what you might hear on the 3am infomercials, real estate investing is hard work. Barbara explained in an earlier post about why she gave up being a landlord decades ago because of the constant headaches. I can relate. I started buying rental property early in my 20s. I had worked as a commercial real estate agent and wanted in on the cash returns and seemingly endless appreciation that was just getting started...

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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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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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6 Steps to Avoid Outliving Your Money in Retirement

6 Steps to Avoid Outliving Your Money in Retirement

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Guest Contributor, Kostas Chiotis Don’t Outlive Your Retirement Money! Planning for retirement is one of the most important things you can do financially. It’s also one of those things that people tend to put off until retirement is right around the corner. But if you don’t have a solid plan in place, you risk outliving the money you set aside for retirement. Although, if you start today, it’s possible to avoid outliving your money. Make it a priority and your future self will thank you. So whether you are already retired, nearing retirement, or still have decades to go, this article...

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