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How Many People In The United States Own Cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is often lauded as “the future of money,” with quite a few caveats. As crypto becomes more and more popular, it makes one wonder exactly how many people in the United States own cryptocurrency? It’s a digital store of value, sure. But can you buy a cup of coffee at a gas station with… Read more

B. Carlisle 31 May
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45 Ways To Make Money Working At Home

Whether you are a college student, a teenager, a stay-at-home mom, or a busy father, doing some extra work can help you earn more money. In fact, you may even make a full-time income from the comforts of your home. Luckily, there are more and more online jobs that you can enter quickly, and experts… Read more

C. James 30 Jan
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How To Turn Your Passion Into A Successful Full-Time Side Hustle

A lot of people are now embracing the idea of a side hustle. In fact, almost 46.5 million people in Canada and the United States are working outside their 9-5 jobs. In this post, you’ll learn effective strategies to help turn your passion into a full time side hustle. For most people, making some extra… Read more

C. James 30 Jan
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This Common Grocery Shopping Mistake Can Inflate Your Bill By 64%

In the world of personal finance, there are more campy proverbs and investment witticisms than anyone could possibly process in a lifetime. Some are steeped in data, while others sound good but could use some serious fact-checking. Today we’re going to test the merits of one such saying you’ve probably heard about grocery shopping. Should… Read more

Ryan Rabasa 30 Jan
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This 2005 Commencement Speech Remains The Best Life Lesson From Steve Jobs

Apple founder Steve Jobs died of pancreatic cancer on October 5, 2011. Now, more than a decade after his death, Jobs’ famous 2005 commencement speech at Stanford University remains to be a source of sage life advice. The commencement speech is regarded as such an important life lesson that there is a text version of… Read more

Paul Sacca 26 Jan
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How The Acorns Aggressive Portfolio Helped Me Start Saving More Money

A couple of years ago, I had to take a long, hard look in the mirror about my savings habits. I wasn’t hurting. But I also wasn’t thriving. This was driving me crazy. I wanted to thrive. Some context: A cross-country career move from New York City to Los Angeles was starting to evaporate my… Read more

B. Carlisle 25 Jan
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Find Unclaimed Money: Here’s How to Search In Every State For Funds You’re Owed

Very few things in life are better than free money. Especially when it’s free money you didn’t know you had coming. Which is why it’s smart to regularly conduct searches for unclaimed money that’s rightfully yours—according to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, approximately 1 in 10 people have unclaimed cash or property just… Read more

Ryan Rabasa 25 Jan
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Best Countries To Invest In, Other Than The United States

There are different factors that we can consider in choosing whether to invest in a certain country or not. According to the World Bank Group, the main factors that are important to individuals and corporations are natural resources, strategic assets, markets, and the country’s efficiency. The selection for the best countries to invest in 2021… Read more

C. James 23 Jan
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12 Six-Figure Jobs That Will Be In High Demand Over The Next Decade

If you haven’t hit F.I.R.E. (Financial Independence Retire Early), there’s a good chance you’re still in your wealth accumulation phase. And that, of course, means you probably have a full-time job. Whatever field you find yourself in, the goal is always to move up the ladder and have your salary increase as well. That said,… Read more

C. James 18 Jan
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6 Secrets That TV Shows Don’t Tell You About Flipping Houses

House flipping is seen by many as a ticket to the American Dream – financial success and upward mobility. The idea of buying a fixer-upper, renovating it, and reselling it for a profit is alluring. If you’re willing to hustle, it’s a way to make big bucks in a short period of time, all without… Read more

B. Carlisle 18 Jan
What Is Investment Income?

What Is Investment Income?

One of the most important things for any smart investor out there is to understand the meaning of investment income. After all, most of us invest our money in order to make a more significant profit at the other end, right? In the investing world, there are thousands of different investment opportunities available to us,… Read more

C. James 17 Jan
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5 Biggest Myths About Millionaires That You Should Stop Believing

Although the value and purchasing power of a dollar isn’t what it used to be, becoming a millionaire is still a monumental financial step. There is a stigma attached to reaching millionaire status that gives you a sense of financial security. But for a lot of people, they still see a million dollars as an… Read more

C. James 17 Jan
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10 Most Common Financial Struggles People Have, According To A Financial Advisor

Money management and general personal finance isn’t taught in school. While financially smart actions like spending less than you earn and investing your money might seem obvious, so many people in the world lack financial literacy. And that leads to financial struggles. Those struggles can also lead to people making even bigger money mistakes. Today, we… Read more

C. James 17 Jan