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5 Ways to use your talents to earn some extra money

5 Ways to use your talents to earn some extra money

I recently wrote about how to start a home based business. The very first step is to come up with an idea for your business. I want to delve a little more into this phase and give some suggestions.

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HOW TO: 6 Steps to starting a home business [Part 2]

HOW TO: 6 Steps to starting a home business [Part 2]

In the first part of 6 Steps to starting a home business, I wrote about generating ideas, selecting your legal and taxable business structure, and creating a legal, taxable business entity. In this second part, I’ll cover the next three important steps.

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HOW TO: 6 Steps to starting a home business [Part 1]

HOW TO: 6 Steps to starting a home business [Part 1]

The purpose of this post is to give you a basic overview of how to go about starting a business. I’ve broken the six points into two posts so that I have enough space to do each point justice.

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REVIEW: Money Magazine’s 7 Secrets to a Richer Retirement

REVIEW: Money Magazine’s 7 Secrets to a Richer Retirement

The lead article in the October 2010 issue of Money magazine is titled 7 Secrets to a Richer Retirement. After reading through the article, I thought it would be worth reviewing and sharing some of the valuable points.

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REVIEW of Travel Sites: Hipmunk, SeatGuru, Kayak and Apple’s Secret iTravel App

REVIEW of Travel Sites: Hipmunk, SeatGuru, Kayak and Apple’s Secret iTravel App

For my day job, I work in the aerospace industry. In fact, I work with in-flight entertainment. So I tend to come across a lot of travel sites dealing with the passenger experience (from booking to in-flight).

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5 Reasons why Dave Ramsey is wrong about MBA school

5 Reasons why Dave Ramsey is wrong about MBA school

Reasons to get an MBA include career change, job requirement, better pay, lower unemployment rate and more sex. Check it out.

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QUESTION: Should you use your savings to help irresponsible or delinquent people?

QUESTION: Should you use your savings to help irresponsible or delinquent people?

Should you open your savings account to help others? What if you knew that helping them this one time wasn’t really going to change their situation. In fact, you may even be an enabler. Would you still help?

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HOW TO: Use social media to find deals and save money

HOW TO: Use social media to find deals and save money

One of the advantages that I’ve found to social media is the ability to save money. For example, I saved 15% off my entire American Eagle purchase over the weekend all because of Foursquare.

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3 Ways to save money at dinner time

3 Ways to save money at dinner time

One of the expense categories where my wife and I struggle the most is dining out. And I imagine that we are not the only ones. So here are some tips that we have found to be helpful.

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Are Social Media IPOs and the American Dollar the next bubbles that will burst?

Are Social Media IPOs and the American Dollar the next bubbles that will burst?

Before jumping on the next hot trend stop and ask yourself, “What economic or financial value does this asset create? And will it continue to create that value while I have it or invest in it?”

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True March Madness: Every idiot who blindly uses TurboTax and TaxCut

True March Madness: Every idiot who blindly uses TurboTax and TaxCut

Did every author and blogger’s brain fall out just because they want to get paid by TurboTax to promote its product? Are we really expected to believe the complete lack of analysis that goes into comparing software to a CPA?

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Hey Tubs, overeating and not exercising is costing you money

Hey Tubs, overeating and not exercising is costing you money

Unfortunately, we as Americans decided some time ago that instead of taste, nutrition, and health we wanted cheap food, a long shelf life, and fast preparation.

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