3 Signs You're Not Cut Out for the Freelance Life
In today's economy freelancing is a popular way to earn extra income. And, many people who start out with side hustles are eager to freelance full time. Freelancing has many advantages: you can set your own schedule, diversify your income, find ideal...
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The other day I was filling out tax information for my accountant. I had to find some information from last year. That's when my lackadaisical approach t
How To Save When Saving Exhausts You
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Five Ways to Increase Your Salary
When I graduated college in 2006, the job market was still pretty healthy. However, unlike my econ and science-major friends who were snagging high-paying,
Lower Cost Places to Take Your Family on Spring Break
If you live in the Midwest or Northeast (or even the South), this winter has been a tough one. Between the bitterly cold temperatures and the snow and ice
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5 Ways to Make Your Tax Refund Grow
It's tax time. The time some Americans dread because they have to pay their hard-earned money to the government. However, 75% of Americans (TIME) look fo
How to Give to Charity When You're Broke
So you're a philanthropist with no money? Welcome to the club. Twenty-somethings often run into the problem where they're so broke setting up their financi
How to Reach Your Savings Goals Fast
If you've already worked to pay off debt, and are ready to hit the next step in your financial journey, then you're probably looking to reach your savings
How to Be a Financial Olympian
The Olympics are well under way now, and I find myself watching more than I should. I especially like watching events like snowboarding. I'm amazed by ho
Are You Suited to Socially Responsible Investing?
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People Don't Change: Learn This & Save Yourself Time and...
People don't change. That's a lesson that all of us could learn. Doing so could save us a lot of head banging on the wall and also a lot of money. Take d
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Its all about Money!
Everything Finance - Its all about Money!
Its all about Money!
How We're Preparing to Buy Our First House
If you've been following our journey, you know that my husband and I have started an audacious goal of saving $30,000 this year with the full intention of
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Good Financial Habits
How to make budget cuts without sacrificing live entertainment...
Budgeting is an important way of getting our finances under control. During times of financial duress, it is often things like entertainment, eating out an
The Importance of Planning and Saving for the Future
Real Estate Law Help - What to Do When You're Facing Eviction...
A renter can face eviction for a variety of reasons, from not following the lease agreement, to causing damage to the apartment, to, most commonly, not pay
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Types of Coverage for Business Insurance
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Free Money Is Everywhere, If You Know Where to Look
After years of being a Penny Hoarder, one remarkable thing I have discovered is that free money is everywhere. Yes, you may need to jump through some hoop
How To Embrace Minimalism On Valentine's Day
IRS Secrets Exposed
No one likes to owe the IRS money, in fact many of us will find every loophole possible to avoid having to pay in to the IRS come April 15th. Maybe this y
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Valentine's Day Flowers: 9 Ways to Save
Not surprisingly, 37 percent of Americansare planning to give their special someone flowers this Valentine's Day. Though the gesture is sweet, the price ta
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How to Figure Out Your Mortgage Payments
If you're considering buying a house, you may just think you take out a loan from the bank and pay what they tell you to pay monthly. Unfortunately, it'
How To Budget: Your First Three Steps
Make Your Own Diet-Meal Program to Save Money
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Tax Season 2013
How to Stop Impulse Spending
Ideas for Valentine's Day Gifts Under $30
Can You Live a Cash Only Life?
This may sound like a silly question but credit card companies would lead you to believe it is not possible to live a cash only life. Their marketing teams
Our Top 3 Financial Tips for Generation Y
Financial Goal for the New Year: Boost Your Retirement Savings...
Image Source: quizzle.com The year is still relatively young, so it's not too late to make a couple of financial goals for the new year. One of the bes
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Little-Known Facts about Credit after Bankruptcy
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Borrow Money to Make Money: Student Loans
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Filing Taxes - Retirement Savings Contribution Credit
Best Sites to Turn Your Stuff Into Cash
How to Use the ADX Stock Indicator
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Why I Dig Personal Capital - Earn More And Save
Reasons I love Personal Capital - a new breed of financial management software that's so intuitive, I swear it's looking over my shoulder.
Simplify Your Finances for 2013 - Minimalist Finance
Ways to Renegotiate Your Mortgage
Start Off 2013 With A Plan, Not a Resolution
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Using Foreign Stock Brokers
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Unconventional Investment Series: Investing in Art
This week's Earn More and Save "Unconventional Investment Series" covers investing in art.
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Unconventional Investment Series: Investing in Wine
This is the second post in an exciting new series we're doing here at Earn More and Save. This week, we're going to take a look at wine as an investment. Everyone (drinkers and non-drinkers alike) ...
How to Avoid Awkward Gift-Giving Situations
The holidays are almost here, and I found myself faced with somewhat of a dilemma this year. For as long as I can remember, I've celebrated Christmas with my side of the family, and it's been aweso...
4 Frugal Gift Ideas for Acquaintances and Service Providers...
There are people that help us all year long. Mechanics, babysitters, teachers, hair dressers, mailmen and garbage men all come to mind. While you appreciate their work, when it comes to the holid...
Thoughtful yet Cheap Gifts Under $20
What NOT to do when applying for a job
Competition for jobs at my company are pretty fierce. And I would venture to say that it's pretty fierce everywhere else as well. With high unemployment rates, and hundreds of qualified appli...
How to Resist the Urge to Spend
At the core of almost all personal finance advice is this one foundational principle: you have to resist the urge to spend as much as you want. Without that discipline it is difficult if not imposs...
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Unconventional Investment Series: Antique Book Buying
This week begins the "Unconventional Investment Series" here on Earn More and Save, and we couldn't be more excited! With this series, we intend to review a string of less-than-known ways to invest...
Win an Apple iPad Mini - Everything Finance's First Giveaway!...
Like we said yesterday, As a big thank you to all of our loyal readers, Everything Finance is pleased to offer an iPad mini to one lucky person. Before I forget, please check out my friend Marissa&...
How to Survive Unexpected Unemployment?
Today this article will tell you about how to Survive Unexpected Unemployment. You can have all your living expenses reserved in an emergency fund, but what happens when you are saving up but a mat...
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10 Must-Have Mobile Apps for Holiday Shopping
Today I will be taking about 10 Must-Have Mobile Apps for Holiday Shopping. A recent survey show that 82 perfect of online shoppers will use shopping apps to save on Holiday gifts this year. They a...
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What Are the Top 5 Commodities Exchanges?
Just as stocks and shares are traded on the stock exchange, so commodities are traded on a commodities exchange. Commodities may be viewed as tangible items, mainly those that are derived from agri...
Visa Black Card Review
The Visa Black Card is a unique card made of carbon, not plastic, that touts impressive benefits for its members, but also carries hefty fees. This card is available for a limited number of member...
Employees Revolt against Black Friday Creep
Here at Everything Finance, we look at all things money from a variety of angles. Today, in light of the upcoming holiday season, I'd like to focus on consumerism versus family. Our economy needs a...
Younger Workers Rely Heavily on Credit Cards
Across the United States debt takes its toll on members of all generations in various ways. Younger workers are struggling with high rates of unemployment and low wages causing them to rely more h...
Turkey Prices Gobble Into Thanksgiving Budget
This year's drought has wreaked all sorts of havoc on the price of basic foods, and holiday fare hasn't escaped its wrath. According to the latest Consumer Price Index, poultry is nearl...
Retirement Income Tax Diversification Strategies
Let's say you save X million dollars in your combined retirement savings plans—you'll be all ready for that retirement in the tropics you've been planning most of your life. Maybe you'll even be ab...
Five Tips to Take Control of Personal Finances
Today we will talk about five tips take control of personal finances once and for all. It can be difficult to get out of the financial whole. But there are some of the easy things that you can do t...
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Swagbucks: What It Is and How You Can Earn Swagbucks
The practical among us think that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably IS too good to be true, and generally that is a good rule to live by. However, one exception to the rule is S...
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Black Friday Prep: 10 Things to Do Now
Though it's still three weeks away, retailers are already building buzz for Black Friday shopping. Sears recently announced its plan to open doors at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving and stay open, ...