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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 Wednesday. You might even take off Thursday and Friday for time to recharge, relax and have some fun. This means five full days of potential festivities and cheap 4th of July fun! However, getting crazy on this patriotic holiday can cost a lot if...

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Wealth Secrets and Worries of the Super Rich

Wealth Secrets and Worries of the Super Rich

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The super rich are both similar and different than you and me. Of course they have more money, but the super rich also have problems. Find out what matters to the super rich, their worries and money strategies that you can implement to build your wealth. The Super Rich Have Problems Too “The most important thing for everyone to understand is that no matter how much money you have you cannot buy yourself out of the human condition. And that is that we’re all going to die.” ~Robert Kenny, EdD in Town and Country Magazine Over the years I’ve know...

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Shared Equity and More -Ways to Get Cash Out of Your Home or Help With a Down Payment

Shared Equity and More -Ways to Get Cash Out of Your Home or Help With a Down Payment

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Funding For Your Home – From Traditional Tactics to Shared Equity and Alternative Home Financing  Regardless of where you live, if you don’t have a $50,000, $75,000 or more for a down payment, there are shared equity and other programs to help. And if you want to cash out equity in your home, there are a variety of solutions. Living in the San Francisco area has its pros and cons. Buying a home – definitely a con. Building equity, if you already own your home is a definite pro. In September 2017, the average Bay area home cost $729,000,...

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Get Wealthy by Giving

Get Wealthy by Giving

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Get Wealthy-Beyond Money “Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” Oprah Winfrey from Brainyquote.com In my youth, whenever something bad happened, my mom and dad said, “Well, it could be worse”. I’ve grown accustomed to training myself to jot down things I’m grateful for every day. Searching for a beautiful nugget in the worst situation can tweak your focus from what you lack to the abundance in your life.  Wealth is an attitude, not a dollar amount. Mom’s Get Wealthy by...

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How to Get Rich Without Winning the Lottery

How to Get Rich Without Winning the Lottery

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Wealth Building Road Map; How to Get Rich-Without Winning the Lottery I’m pained every time I stop by the neighborhood drug store and see the folks scratching off the lottery tickets. You’re as likely to get rich “investing” in lottery tickets as you are to get killed by lightning. How to Get Rich Without Winning the Lottery will lead you on a step by step path to become a millionaire. The book is filled with actionable tips to slash costs and ways to build wealth automatically.  Would you like a “get rich” approach without hyperbole? This is not a get rich...

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I Need to Invest Now! Robot or DIY? And More Finance Reads

I Need to Invest Now! Robot or DIY? And More Finance Reads

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Should I Invest on My Own or Go Robo? And More Inspiring Financial Reads Robo-advisors are exploding across the investment landscape. These digital investment advisors are competing with human financial advisors for investment dollars and pushing down fees. Consumers benefit by greater choice and lower fees. But, are you better off investing on your own, or going digital? The Old School Passive Investing Approach Followers of the passive index fund investing strategy strive to match market returns by investing in a diversified portfolio of low-fee index mutual or exchange traded funds. This approach was initially introduced in 1975 when...

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