Communication and Monitoring: Your Keys to Financial Stability

As you try to improve your personal finances, it can seem overwhelming as you try to effectively track and manage your spending and income. Even though balancing a checkbook has become a thing of the past, staying in control of your family’s financial situation can still be a challenge—especially if you fail to effectively communicate with your spouse and consistently track your finances. Here’s...

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How to Make Time to Side Hustle

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We’ve mentioned many side hustle ideas and opportunities on Outlier Model in the past. While there’s no doubt that there’s no shortage in side hustle ideas to match your monetary needs and interests, you may find it hard to squeeze in time to do extra work on the side when you already work a full-time job. Determining how much time you have to commit to your side hustle is a crucial first step....

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Crunch Numbers and Make It Happen: How Much to Put Away for a Rainy Day

There are plenty of us who have been caught short by an unexpected bill or unforeseen expense that suddenly throws our finances into a temporary state of chaos. This scenario can often be avoided completely or not present such a problem, if you have had the foresight to set up a financial buffer zone. There are plenty of ways to protect your financial future on a wider scale, such as using the services...

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3 Ways You Can Save Money By Using New Technology

When it comes to managing your personal finances, it seems like there’s a never-ending list of financial responsibilities. Electricity bills. Water bills. Gas bills. Mortgage (or rent) payments. The list goes on. At times, it can be quite overwhelming as you try to find ways to make ends meet. And while investing in tech upgrades may not seem like the best way to save money, in many instances, new...

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