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An Overview of Good Debt

The word "debt" alone is enough to make people cringe. Which is quite understandable. After all, he bad side effects of debt are extremely well-documented. It can take decades for some people to escape its clutches, and for many people, repaying debt can be a lifelong struggle. Basically, it's not the best way to live. In fact, it's the opposite.

For these reasons and more, debt is overwhelmingly viewed as …

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How to Purchase an Existing Business

How To Purchase an Existing Business

As entrepreneurship and self-employment continue to rise, more and more people are looking for ways to go into business for themselves.

Sometimes this is done via freelancing, entering the gig economy, starting a business, or even purchasing a business.

With the proper execution, buying an already existing enterprise can be beneficial; however, without the required steps and precautions, such a purchase can be financially devastating. Thankfully, the following steps will …

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Financial Advice for Immigrants

Many individuals who immigrate to various countries have experiences and journies which differ from natives. This is not to say that immigrants cannot be successful and prosperous; however, the playing field is somewhat different. Having the right information and the proper financial awareness always comes in handy. There have been countless immigrants who have been successful in their lives and endeavors after moving to new countries. The following financial advice …

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Financial Advice for Senior Citizens

As people get older, some may believe that their acquired money habits will continue to serve them. While decades of money experience does have it's pros, most seniors still struggle to save enough for retirement. Even the ones who are strong enough to continue working. The last thing you need when you are old is some young person harassing you because you are late on your bills.

Senior …

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Everything You Need to Know About Hoarding Money

While hoarding money is not really a common phenomenon, it does happen from time to time. Nine times out of ten, distrust, paranoia, and fear are the motivating factors for individuals who willfully chose to hoard cash.

An Overview of Paranoia and Money

Reports from Money Instructor affirm that the decision to hoard money is often indicative of mental health ailments such as obsessive-compulsive disorder. There's nothing wrong with building …

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The Importance of Investing in Yourself

Invest in yourself

When most people hear the term "investing," they generally think of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. While each of the foregoing elements can be very profitable investments, the best investment that an individual will ever make is in themselves. Best part, you can start with literally any budget. How does that happen, though?

How does someone go about investing in themselves? The preceding questions are very common, however, …

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