Money For Lunch – Adam Lee

Articles by: Adam Lee
Adam Lee is a financial writer who has insightful knowledge in dealing with different financial issues. He tries to help people to get out of difficult financial situations by contributing financial write ups to websites and blogs.

3 Things You Should Know About Industrial Property Taxes

January 9, 2018 12:03 PM0 comments

  In this world, they say that only two things are certain. Death and taxes. That is certainly true of property taxes. Property taxes of any kind are more of a nuisance than anything else and if you are not careful, you could end up spending much more on them […]

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Tips to Help You Create the Best Retirement Plan

January 3, 2018 9:55 AM0 comments

  Planning for your retirement early enough is the best financial advice anyone can give you. Life after active employment or business can become difficult when you have no steady income to depend upon. It would become a time of regret if you live the good life when you are […]

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Thousands download fake GoDaddy app in Google Play store

December 27, 2017 9:13 AM0 comments
Thousands download fake GoDaddy app in Google Play store

GoDaddy is suing unknown creator of fake GoDaddy app. A fake GoDaddy app was available in the Google Play store earlier this month and GoDaddy believes that thousands of people downloaded the app. The app, called GoDaddy Mobile, was available in the store from December 12 to December 15. GoDaddy […]

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How To Win The Internet Marketing Game

December 21, 2017 8:22 PM0 comments

  Many business owners feel that they are at a loss when it comes to developing and implementing internet advertising strategies that will make their organizations increasingly profitable, productive, progressive, and powerful. If you’re looking for ways to increase your organization’s likelihood of winning the internet marketing game, read on […]

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How to Design a Better Work Life for Yourself in 2018

December 18, 2017 1:03 PM0 comments

  Did you accomplish the things you that were at the top of your priority list this year? Yes? No? Did you wish you could have taken more time off? Traveled more? Gotten a raise? Quit your old job? Applied for a new job? Are you ready to put this […]

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5 Tips for Turbocharging Your Personal Finances in 2018

December 11, 2017 11:57 AM0 comments
5 Tips for Turbocharging Your Personal Finances in 2018

  2017 is fading out already and most people are taking stock of how the year went by, in order to make better preparations for 2018. If you are like most folks, you’ll most likely be thinking about making New Year resolutions such as actually using your gym membership or […]

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Money Management – 7 Tips For Avoiding Debt As a New Business

December 4, 2017 3:19 PM0 comments
Money Management – 7 Tips For Avoiding Debt As a New Business

  So, you’ve started a new business. Congratulations! There’s so much to be excited about, especially the fact that within a few short years you could be rolling in it by doing something that you love. However, a lot of new business owners make the terrible mistake of getting into […]

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4 Learning Experiences That Will Improve the Skill Set of Any Entrepreneur

November 28, 2017 12:23 PM0 comments

  There are plenty of steps you can start with when you’re aspiring to become the best entrepreneur you can be, but they’ll all have to do with expanding your skills and knowledge. The question for a novice or someone who has a lot on their plate is usually related […]

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How to Select the Right Personal Loan

November 21, 2017 12:57 PM0 comments

  Whether you are looking to fix up your home, plan your long awaited holiday, an anniversary gift, or are just in need of financial help in general, personal loans could be the perfect option for you. The popularity of personal loans has soared over the years, mainly because of […]

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An Overview of the Concept of Divorce – Contested vs. Uncontested

November 20, 2017 10:18 AM0 comments

  It is true that no one ever enters into the wedlock with an expectation of it getting failed. However, more than about 20-percentage of the first marriages in the United States are found to fail within the first five years, and about 40 percent found to fail within 20-year […]

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