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11 Hacks For Your Wallet

“#3) Clear your cache when you’re searching for airfare. They’ll see you’re searching and they’ll raise the prices.” – Forbes.com

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Is “Following Your Passion” Bad Advice?

“Many of the happiest people in the country have jobs that no one would ever identify as a pre-existing passion.”
CalNewport.com

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Tips For Cashing In Your Gold

“There is a growing number of people who are smart enough to take away the precious metal from those who are not smart enough to realize how much their gold is really worth” – FinancialDebauchery.com

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What Your Net Worth Should Be Based on Income

“It’s very important to have some idea of target net worth figures because it’s not so much what you earn, but what you save. “
FinancialSamurai.com

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What Your Idea is Worth

“Ideas are worth nothing unless executed. They are just a multiplier.” – Sivers.org

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In The News This Week: Congress More Popular Than LuluLemon?

We partner up with Makin’ Sense Babe today to give y’all the highlights in financial news this week … So you don’t have to dig through the crap yourself 😉 [click here]

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It’s a Great Day to Do That 1 Thing

“You know that 1 thing you have to do that only “needs” to be done “at some point” or “in the future” or “when you get around to it?”” – TheBillfold.com

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How To Give Your Kid The Best. Christmas. Ever.

“It seems the cheaper the toy is, the more he wants to play with ’em! And by “toy” I mean “not a toy,” and by “play” I mean, “do something he thinks he’s not allowed to do.”” – BudgetsAreSexy.com

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What I Learned About Money as a Mormon Missionary

“I had the pleasure of meeting a group of Nazis (who were actually quite nice), a self-proclaimed vampire (complete with filed teeth), and a guy who was convinced he was Jesus Christ.” – WealthGospel.com

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3 Reasons To Impose a “Parent Tax” on Your Kids

“Why should you wait until your child’s first job to teach them about the basics of earning money and taxation?” – LenPenzo.com