Money For Lunch – Brittni Brown

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Brittni Brown is a recent graduate of The College of Idaho; she currently looks at a local marketing company. In her free time, she enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, and camping.

Real Estate Investment: The Best Move You’ll Ever Make

April 25, 2018 8:30 AM0 comments
Real Estate Investment: The Best Move You’ll Ever Make

Real estate is one of the best investments you can make, hands down. We love real estate because of the fun you can have in the market, and the many different routes that you can actually go down. There’s tons of money to be made, and there’s tons of ways […]

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6 Myths About A Tax Free Savings Account

April 19, 2018 9:19 AM0 comments

A tax-free savings account (TFSA) is a smart investment tool as it enables you to save money without having to bear tax burden. Though this sounds like a super-attractive option for investors, there is much more to them than you think. Most people think that they know all about these […]

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Wrongful Death- Seeking Financial Compensation, Closure and Coping with Loss

April 11, 2018 10:27 AM0 comments

Wrongful deaths are usually emotionally charged. Regardless of how the accident may have occurred, the questions and void that it creates in the surviving people’s lives require professional legal assistance. If you are not sure about whether you need a lawyer’s help when filing a wrongful death lawsuit, there are […]

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What You Need to Know Before You Start Investing Your Money

April 9, 2018 10:24 AM0 comments

There are those that think the world of investing is something only the rich or the powerful do. However, this is far from true, and, in fact, there are a lot of small investors that are looking to put their money into ventures as a way of securing their future. […]

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Reasons for Why You Should Give Your Mother The Gift of Flowers this Mother’s Day

April 2, 2018 9:30 AM0 comments

Mother’s Day is when you show appreciation to your mother for everything she has done for you. During this time there are plenty of gifts available in the market for people to buy for their mothers. Having a plethora of choices can be quite overwhelming for many people. But one […]

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5 Important Steps to Handling Emergency Financial Obligations

March 26, 2018 8:45 AM0 comments

Managing your personal finances is a very important responsibility that all people share. While many people work very hard to keep their monthly finances balanced to ensure they do not go into debt, a lot of people are not prepared to handle a financial emergency. If you are experiencing a […]

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Building and Maintaining an Emergency Fund

March 13, 2018 9:09 AM0 comments

Do you have an emergency fund? Are you able to handle if an unexpected expense, like a broken down car or a hefty medical bill pops up? If the answer is no or uncertain, it may be time to start setting up an emergency fund. An emergency fund is money […]

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Surprising Technological Careers

December 12, 2016 10:08 AM0 comments
Surprising Technological Careers

When we think of careers in technology our first thoughts almost inevitably jump to fancy programming-based positions with tech companies in Silicon Valley. Although this certainly qualifies as a tech job down to its core, it hardly encompasses the majority. In fact, decent paying tech jobs can be found in […]

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Protecting Your Business from Accidents

October 4, 2016 11:51 AM0 comments
Protecting Your Business from Accidents

Protecting your business from a myriad of different potential accidents is an essential part of staying open. Arguably the best way to accomplish this is to be certain that your company is up to date on all of the different kinds of insurance that are needed to be successful. Of […]

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Turning Your Struggling Business Around

September 6, 2016 12:20 PM0 comments
Turning Your Struggling Business Around

Finding ways to turn your business around when things are headed towards the red takes no small amount of skill and determination. Upwards of 50 percent of small businesses don’t survive their first year. And even fewer make it past the five or ten year marks. While there are plenty […]

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