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How Multiple Streams of Income Lead to a Flood of Wealth

“Many of us have one source of income during our adult lives: our job. If we were to lose our job, the source of our money dries up…” – ModestMoney.com

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Don’t Let FOMO Destroy Your Finances

“I found a study on Facebook over at BBC… Results showed that the more people used Facebook, the worse they felt afterwards.” – Studenomics.com

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How to Use Up Your Partial Gift Cards on Amazon

“I have a Visa gift card sitting on my desk that has a random leftover amount on it — $26.31… There is no place to punch in a Visa gift card on Amazon.”
BrightBacon.com

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The Danger of “I Deserve This” Thinking

“When splurges become consistently justified, they stop feeling like splurges and start feeling routine.” – SeeDebtRun.com

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7 Ways You Could Be Setting Yourself Up for Failure

“1. You’re waiting to save money until you make more. That will never happen. I’m not saying you won’t make more money; I’m saying there will always be more excuses. Start saving now. ” – MoneyNing.com

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Why Wait Until January 1st to Improve?

“I suck at January 1 goals. Just like I suck at start-Monday diets. And start-Monday exercise programs. So this year I’m not starting January 1.” – StepAwayFromTheMall.com

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5 Things You’ll Pay Less For If You Wait ‘Till After The Holidays

“Sure, it looks a bit romantic in the commercial when the impossible attractive couple with the camera-ready home give each other luxury cars with big red bows on top, but Kiplinger says you’d do better to wait until after Christmas…” – Consumerist.com

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Retire Even Earlier Without Earning More or Spending Less

“I can hear you ask, “Since most of his money is in tax-deferred retirement accounts, won’t that money be taxed eventually?” No, actually.” – MadFientist.com

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7 Life Lessons From The Very Wealthy

“Understand that to become wealthy is a way of life. Just like with a diet, you can’t cut calories for a few months, lose weight and then go back to eating whatever you want.” – MoneySmartGuides.com

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You Can Now Buy a Share in a Star Athlete

“If thousands of fans are willing to pay as much as $250 for an Arian Foster jersey, the thinking goes, why wouldn’t they pay up for a few shares of Arian Foster stock?”
NYTimes.com