I Recognize Charity Scams now – Giving Blindly is like Burning $

Charity scams are always successful because people are always willing to give trust on demand, and ignore flaming warning signs, for causes they want to believe in. When I talk about charity or donation scams, this can refer to large scale charity corporations all the way down to street buskers yodeling off-key in the hopes of getting your spare bucks. I used to give money to people on the street...

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How To Improve Your Credit Score Before Buying a Home

If you want to become part of the 65 percent of Americans who own their homes, credit can often be a hurdle. Whether you’ve not established enough credit, or if you’ve had some hiccups with your finances along the way, amping up your credit score to purchase a home is not an insurmountable task. Read on to learn how, with a little planning and patience, you can improve your credit score and be...

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Posted in: Home

Side Gigs That Make More Money Than A Full Time Career

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The average American makes about $47,000 annually, or about $900 weekly for the typical 40-hour workweek. Even though the unemployment rate is the lowest it’s been in decades, many Americans are struggling with making ends meet. If you have marketable skills, or an enterprising spirit, then there are many part-time side gigs where you’ll make good money. In fact, you might make more money with...

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Posted in: Career, Career and Work, Money, Online Income, Personal Finance

Tips on developing the perfect trading plan

There is a great difference between the losers and successful traders in the Forex market. The losers are always trying to hit the big score with an aggressive approach. They never think about the strategic plan to improve their trade execution process. On the contrary, highly skilled traders are execution quality trades based on précised planning. They never break the rules since they know the complicacy...

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