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10 Corporate Gifts That Won’t Bust Your Budget

Posted By Mdinich on Finance

https://michaeldinich.net - 10 Corporate Gifts That Won’t Bust Your Budget   The holidays are a great time to show your customers and clients you appreciate them. However, coming up with the perfect gift ideas may be a little challenging. So, If you’re tired of sending cookie bouquets or cholates every December, here are some other creative holiday […]The post 10 Corporate Gifts That Won’t Bust Your Budget appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

What Does it Mean to Leave a Legacy?

Posted By fredleam2 on Finance

https://moneywithapurpose.com - Many questions are difficult to answer. The answer to the question, what does it mean to leave a legacy, is no exception. Why? One can define a legacy in many ways. Most people think a legacy means how much money you leave behind. That's certainly a big part of it for most people. However, a […]
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Should You Purchase a Co-Op or a Condo?

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https://michaeldinich.net - Should You Purchase a Co-Op or a Condo in New York?   Getting your own property in New York can be a challenge, but it’s definitely doable, especially if you have the right know-how. Before you make any decisions, it’s best to weigh up your options.  We featured a calculator that can help you check […]The post Should You Purchase a Co-Op or a Condo? appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Weekly Roundup from Around the Web – October 20, 2018

Posted By fredleam2 on Finance

https://moneywithapurpose.com - After a short hiatus, it's time for the weekly roundup from around the web for October 20, 2018. If you'd like to get this and all new posts sent directly to your inbox, complete the form in the sidebar. A lot of what I read that doesn't make it to the this weekly best content […]
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What Is Compound Interest?

Posted By thefinancetwins on Finance

https://thefinancetwins.com - Professional sports is full of stories about young adults becoming millionaires overnight. Sadly, many also seem to go broke overnight. But one player is doing his part to teach his teammates about how to manage their money. Today’s lesson: compound interest. In the clip below, you can see NFL player Carl Nassib explaining the power […]The post What Is Compound Interest? appeared first on The Finance Twins.

How To Save 30% Or More On Christmas Presents

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https://michaeldinich.net - This Post is a little different format than you may be familiar with. To help you save money on holiday shopping and Black Friday deals I searched out coupon codes to help you save up to 30% or more.  You will find the codes throughout the post.  How To Save Up To 30% Or More […]The post How To Save 30% Or More On Christmas Presents appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

How to Thrive After Two Job Losses in One Year

Posted By fredleam2 on Finance

https://moneywithapurpose.com - In today's interview, you will read how one couple learned how to thrive after two job losses in one year. That's right. A double whammy in a twelve month period. The job loss was the husband. What makes the story more remarkable is a decision that the wife made. But wait. I don't want to spoil […]
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Five Ways to Treat Yourself Without Breaking the Bank

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https://michaeldinich.net - Five Ways to Treat Yourself Without Breaking the Bank   Finding ways to treat yourself while still remaining in control of your budget can be difficult, but is not an impossible task. In fact, a little reward every now and then can help you to stay on track without breaking the bank, be sure to […]The post Five Ways to Treat Yourself Without Breaking the Bank appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

How to Drastically Cut Expenses

Posted By fredleam2 on Finance

https://moneywithapurpose.com - My wife, Cathy, and I have been on a mission in the last year or so to drastically cut expenses from our budget. As you'll read in today's post, Cathy is the detail person who tracks the spending and savings. Regular readers of this blog know of our long battle dealing with our son's addiction. […]
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Healthy Habits – Being Unhealthy is Expensive

Posted By thefinancetwins on Finance

https://thefinancetwins.com - Building healthy habits can seem daunting, but being unhealthy is more costly than people realize. It’s no surprise that healthcare is the largest sector of the economy and the #1 employer in the U.S. But sadly, medical bills alone are enough to cripple any well-planned and executed retirement plan. Building healthy habits just seems so […]The post Healthy Habits – Being Unhealthy is Expensive appeared first on The Finance Twins.

How To Promote Your Blog: Seven Great Places To Get Noticed

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https://michaeldinich.net - To give back to the community I share blogging tips and ideas on how to promote your brand in my Sunday Spotlight Series. Today we discuss how to promote your blog.   How To Get Your Blog Noticed   So, you googled how to start a blog, you signed up for Bluehost and Tailwind like […]The post How To Promote Your Blog: Seven Great Places To Get Noticed appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.

Why Money Is Not the Most Important Thing in Life

Posted By fredleam2 on Finance

https://moneywithapurpose.com - Though it may come as a shock to some, money is not the most important thing in life. In an earlier article, I wrote about five things I think are more important than money. Today's post is a continuation of that discussion. We might even call this post five more things more important than money. […]
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The Complete Guide To The New vs. Used Car Debate

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https://realmoneyrobert.com - Hey there!  For most people, buying cars will be the second highest purchases that will be made over a lifetime, trailing only behind buying a house.  Something else to think about, is that most people will purchase numerous cars over their lifetime. According to CNBC, the average American will purchase between 9 and 10 NEW vehicles over their entire lifetime! […]
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3 Tax Tips For Authors, Business Owners And Side Hustlers From Zombie Turkeys

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https://michaeldinich.net - The following is a guest contribution from Andy Zach, who is a friend of the blog, and author of Zombie Turkeys. Andy shares some great tax tips that will take the bite out of tax preparation.  3 Tax Tips From Zombie Turkeys   More precisely, 3 Tax Tips from the author of Zombie Turkeys, the […]The post 3 Tax Tips For Authors, Business Owners And Side Hustlers From Zombie Turkeys appeared first on Michael Dinich | Your Money Geek.