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5 Simple Ways To Identify Profitable Items To Sell On Amazon

Posted By BernzJP on Finance

https://www.moneylogue.com - Whether you’re new to selling items on Amazon or looking to add items to your already successful listings, finding profitable items to sell is always part of the game plan. You want to sell on Amazon to make money or you wouldn’t be putting in the work and effort. Finding a profitable item or set […]The post 5 Simple Ways To Identify Profitable Items To Sell On Amazon appeared first on Moneylogue.com.

Get rich with real estate – I reached financial independence in two years with rentals

Posted By TheMix on Finance

https://thinksaveretire.com - How quickly can a person without a six-figure salary reach financial independence in real estate? Five years? Ten? Evan Roberts reached it in two. I’ve never met Evan in person, but by sheer coincidence, he grew up in the same working-class suburb of Baltimore that I did. Even stranger, he spent most of his adult […]The post Get rich with real estate – I reached financial independence in two years with rentals appeared first on Think Save Retire.

Six Easy Ways to Make Extra Money While Watching TV

Posted By TheMix on Finance

https://themoneymix.com - I am always on the lookout for neat side hustles and opportunities to earn money or free gift cards. What I have found is most side hustles all suffer from one fatal flaw; they require a lot of “Hustle.”  If you are busy working a 9-5 or building a successful career, the last thing you…
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Blogger Confessions #41: Kevin from Next Level Finance

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https://thinksaveretire.com - Happy Saturday and welcome to the 41st episode of the ‘Blogger Confessions’ interview series on the blog. Today, I’m bringing in Kevin from Next Level Finance to talk about blogging and how they’ve managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger.  Kevin, take it away. Blogger Confessions with Kevin from Next Level Finance […]The post Blogger Confessions #41: Kevin from Next Level Finance appeared first on Think Save Retire.

These 5 phrases will make you sound dumb at work

Posted By TheMix on Finance

https://themoneymix.com - Quick, answer this question: How many people would you consider to be dumb at work? Or, at least sound dumb? Maybe 10%? 50%? Now, here’s a better question: Why? Fundamentally, very few of us are actually dumb. Otherwise, we probably wouldn’t maintain relatively decent jobs and make enough to provide for our families. However, that…
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This Week’s Daily Mix Winners – Friday, July 19, 2019

Posted By TheMix on Finance

https://themoneymix.com - The Money Mix goal is to bring you the latest and greatest money and financial news, stories, and articles from around the personal finance world! We also want to share the love with the many talented personal finance writers out there by sending as much traffic as possible to their sites. The winner of the…
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DiversyFund CEO Tells All about His Company, His Real Estate Strategy and the Better Business Bureau Controversy

Posted By fredleam2 on Finance

https://moneywithapurpose.com - A few weeks back, I wrote a post for The Money Mix to review the DiversyFundGrowth Fund. This real estate fund is a private REIT (real estate investment trust). It falls into the category of crowdfunded REIT. They've made real estate investing available to smaller investors. The more I looked at the fund, the more […]
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Is an Expensive MBA Degree Worth Your Time and Money?

Posted By BernzJP on Finance

https://www.moneylogue.com - You are considering an MBA after college and maybe a few years of work experience. But you’re undecided because even though you know that an MBA will give you a professional edge, it comes at a considerable cost –  in terms of both time and money.  So your hedge and dither: is an MBA really […]The post Is an Expensive MBA Degree Worth Your Time and Money? appeared first on Moneylogue.com.

My social status turned into a financial shit show

Posted By TheMix on Finance

https://thinksaveretire.com - Imagine for a moment: Your social status is solid. You’re looking the part, kicking ass and taking names as a high-income earner. Society believes that you have it easy. Got lucky. Privileged. After all, you make great money, live in a big house and buy practically anything that you want. You’re the perfect example of […]The post My social status turned into a financial shit show appeared first on Think Save Retire.

Hobby Farm Side Hustle: How to Make Money as a Gentleman Farmer

Posted By TheMix on Finance

https://themoneymix.com - Some background, I have worked in personal finance for over 20 years, and I am an avid side hustler. What I have come to learn working with the public is often the most significant returns come from investing in your career, business, or reducing expenses instead of some off-the-shelf financial product. I always smirk when…
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Is Credit Karma Safe? This is What You Need to Know

Posted By fredleam2 on Finance

https://moneywithapurpose.com - There is nothing scarier these days than that sick feeling you get when you hear about another data breach where personal information gets compromised. Remember the Equifax breach in 2017? Free credit reporting agencies have tried to convince us they can help us keep track. Credit Karma is one of the most popular. But is […]
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How safe is Credit Karma and free credit reports?

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https://thinksaveretire.com - Your credit score is like your financial lifeline. It affects your interest rates on loans and mortgages and some companies even use your credit score in their hiring decisions. In other words, for most of us, that score matters. Credit Karma provides it, for free.  That’s why staying up to date with your credit score […]The post How safe is Credit Karma and free credit reports? appeared first on Think Save Retire.