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Money Tips for College Students

April 2, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of everything finance blog. I’m Susanne and today I’ll be talking about money tips for college students. One thing many students don’t know much about is how to manage their money while in college. Suddenly, your parents are no longer around to manage everything and you’re sort of thrown [...]

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5 Ways to Make Your Tax Refund Grow

February 26, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of everything finance blog. I’m Sussanne and today I’ll be talking about five ways to make your tax refund grow. Its tax time, some dreaded, but 75% of Americans look forward to tax time with glee because they will be getting back a refund. Yeah, you may think it’s [...]

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Six strategies to negotiate to lower your bills

February 14, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of everything finance blog. I am Sussanne and today I’ll be discussing six strategies to negotiate to lower your bills. If you’re still feeling the pinch from holiday spending, one strategy you can use to lower your expenses is to negotiate to lower your bills or seek out a [...]

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Are you ready to consolidate your debt?

February 7, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of our everything finance blog. I am Susanne and today I’ll be asking are your ready to consolidate your debt? Do you feel like you’ll never be able to pay off your debts? As new bills arrive, do you sink deeper into debt rather than rise above it? have [...]

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Reset your Finances in 2014

February 7, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to everything finance blog. I am Susanne and today I’ll be talking about winter is the perfect time to reset your finances. Now that the surge of New Year’s resolutions has slowed and we’re a week into the New Year, perhaps it’s time to take a more objective look at your finances. [...]

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3 Lessons Monopoly Can Teach Us About Finance

January 14, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to yet another episode of everything finance blog. I am Susanne and today I’ll be talking about three lessons monopoly can teach us about finance. You can really learn a lot of money lessons in just a short amount of time playing the game it’s actually quite funny but the way many [...]

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Living and working in Canadian, American, and Australian mining towns: what are they like?

January 10, 20140 Comments

Canada and the US are home to a number of mining towns and communities. They always have been, since the days of the first pioneers. But modern day mining towns are a far cry away from the Wild West image of hard drinking men, bar room brawls, boom and bust. More than 14,000 operations mine [...]

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Working to Live or Living to Work?

January 7, 20140 Comments

The concept of work and its role in a human’s life has always been somehow controversial in whether job is a ‘need to’ or a ‘want to’. The whole American dream is by its nature based on this contradiction as one’s achievement is measured not by an existing standard but by one’s personal goals. Sadly [...]

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4 Cheap Ways to Lose Weight

January 7, 20140 Comments

Today I will be talking about four cheap ways to lose weight. With the New Year just around the corner, chances are you’ve been making that New Year’s Resolution list and have added lose weight to the top of the list. It’s no wonder that it losing weight and going on a diet ranks among [...]

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3 ways to get your financial house in order

January 1, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of everything finance blog. I’m am Susan and today we are talking about three ways to get your financial house on order for 2014. If you have already crossed off a weight loss from your New Year’s Resolution and are looking more toward finally controlling your finances then you [...]

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The Four Gift Rule

December 13, 20130 Comments

The four gift rule is based on simple promise. The holidays in US has becomes completely out of control. You can hear lots of parents talking about materialism saying it’s terrible and out of control. Yet they still have thousand gifts under the tree for their kids. Gifts are all that bad after which it’s [...]

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How To Save A Few Bucks When You Got Out Eating?

December 13, 20130 Comments

One of the easiest ways to save is by staying away from expensive restaurants and another way is to use coupons. Take a look into few other solutions. Firstly go out for lunch which lunch specials and easy menu, to the restaurants which have lunch specials. The best part is when you eat a big [...]

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Your Guide to SIPPs and Pension-Oriented Investments

December 3, 20130 Comments

SIPP stands for Self Investor Personal Pension. If you have a significant pension pot or one that consists of several different strands, you may want to consolidate them. A SIPP is essentially a pension ‘wrapper’. But how do SIPPs stand up against other pension investments? Let’s take a quick overview of the main options out [...]

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Time to Manage Your Largest Asset

November 22, 20130 Comments

For most people the largest assets are there home and the contents inside of it.  But many people don’t spend enough time managing their home, not understanding their financial implications of not managing it. Ignoring the management of your home can increase the annual cost to maintain, slowly lose its resale value and eventually make [...]

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5 Secrets of Successful Savers

November 22, 20130 Comments

Are you a saver or a spender? There are several things you can do if you make saving more natural or spender. There are also strategies you can use that will help your children become savers and set them up on a path to wealth. One strategy is to save even if it’s a small [...]

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