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Monday Night Finance- Volume 50

4 Credit Card Mistakes to Avoid Credit cards are everywhere. When I was a kid I’d fantasize about the future. I thought we’d all be living in outer space. Instead of paper money, we’d just swipe our arm in front of a microchip reader. While we’re still on planet earth, I guess I had the Read more »
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Monday Night Finance- Volume 49

The 10 Steps I Took to Quit My Job to Start My Business If you are a regular reader of Monday Night Finance, you know that we often talk about side hustles. A side hustle is a way to earn income outside of your traditional 9-5 job. The side hustle could take many forms, from Read more »
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CountAbout introduces FIRE tools

CountAbout happily announces its latest feature upgrade- the FIRE widget. The FIRE widget helps you track how close you are to financial independence and the ability to retire. What is FIRE? FIRE is an acronym that stands for “Financial Independence” and “Early Retirement”. People within the FIRE movement strive to accumulate enough passive income to Read more »
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Monday Night Finance- Volume 48

15 Proven Under the Table Jobs That Pay Cash What would you do if you had a financial emergency and needed to come up with some extra cash. If you’re like 40% of Americans, you wouldn’t have $400 in the bank to cover the emergency. In that case, you’d either need to put the bill Read more »
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Monday Night Finance- Volume 47

4 Simple Ways to Accelerate Your Retirement Savings What do you think of when you hear the word “retirement”? Do you think of living in Florida and playing golf every day? Or perhaps you dream of spending more time with your grandchildren or volunteering at your favorite non-profit. While we typically associate “retirement” with “leisure”, Read more »
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Monday Night Finance- Volume 46

Cheapest Ways to Heat Your Home [Complete Guide] We are now in the midst of winter. Not only are the days dark, but January represents the coldest month of the year for many states in the US. Cold weather isn’t just an inconvenience, but it can also be a financial burden as well. No matter Read more »
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