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No, this isn’t a post to help sales professionals sell more; it’s for people out there who have something they want to sell. If you have items around your home that you don’t use, here are a few tips to help you sell them and make more money.
You know that to be successful at anything, you need to approach it with a plan and with goals and deadlines to achieve them. This is true for your home and work life, and it’s equally true with your financial life. Whenever you attempt to just “wing it” at something, it never turns out as well as it would have had you spent time with it and been prepared. Start managing your money and stop just “winging it.”
It may seem like there is no way to cut costs on groceries every week, but here are a few things you can do to help cut down on how much you spend at the store.
Between birthdays, babies, weddings, and anniversaries (and not to mention all of the holidays), giving gifts can get pretty expensive. Of course you want to celebrate the occasion and recognize someone you care about, but you don’t have to spend a fortune to do so. Here are a few tips to help you save money on gifts.
This is a great question to ask yourself no matter where you are financially. If you are spending more than you bring in, you need to question where your money is going and what it is accomplishing in your life. So, what can you live without? Here are few items to help you get started improving your life financially as well as mentally.
With summer comes lots of activities, especially when you have kids out of school to entertain. Here are a few tips to help you stay on budget whether you are going on vacation, throwing a backyard barbeque, or charged with entertaining kids.
If you’ve looked into having your house cleaned recently, you may be surprised at the cost. Or think about how much it costs to run your car through the car wash. Determining if tasks are worth the money is a very personal decision. Here are a few things to keep in mind when deciding whether or not to outsource.
We’ve heard it said a million times, “debt is bad,” but, how many people can pay cash for their home, car, and/or child’s education? So, when does it make sense to borrow, and what debt should be avoided?