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How to invest in yourself

Pandas are pretty much awesome. They live one of the most casual lifestyles. For 14 hours of each day, they…

The 14 Best Places To Sell Used Furniture

Which place is best to sell your used furniture depends on what you want to sell and if you are willing to ship it. If you are selling large household furniture, such as your old couch, local marketplaces like Facebook or OfferUp are probably your best bet. However, if you have high-end specialty items you'll likely need a broader market and have to ship it to the buyer. In this case, you'll want to look into places like Sotheby’s or Chairish. 

Honey App Review 2021 – How to Use it and What's the Catch

The Honey app automatically finds you the lowest prices and best coupon codes when you shop online. You can also earn free gift cards and it has a price drop watch list to help you find future sales. It's free and works on many of your favorite retailers including Amazon, Walmart, and Target.

How to Become a Notary

If you are an adult without a criminal background you likely qualify to become a Notary in your state. Here’s what you need to know about becoming a Notary and how you can use the designation to serve the public and earn some extra cash at the same time.

FarmTogether Review: Invest in US Farmland

Farmland is an alternative investment that isn't correlated with the stock market. Food never goes out of style. FarmTogether allows accredited investors to buy shares in the LLCs of individual farms, earning money from rent on the land as well as price appreciation when the land sells.

How to Invest in Farmland

When it comes to investing, the two most popular options are the stock market and real estate. Within each, there…

What’s the Difference Between ETFs and Mutual Funds?

While there are similarities betwen ETFs and Mutual Funds, there are also major differences. How they decide what to invest in being the biggest difference. ETFs typically follow an index while Mutual funds are usually actively managed. This means they have different risk profiles and even different tax consequences.


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Drawing Your Financial Map

At one point, I once had over a dozen checking accounts. I was doing reviews for my previous personal finance…


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Epic Life Events

These are those events in your life that seem EPIC at the time, simply because it's your first. Looking back, they're not as daunting and we can help you get them right the first time.

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These guides will show you the tactics I use to save thousands of dollars each year. And they don't involve cutting out something as vital as coffee or whatever your favorite vice might be.

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