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How to Make Money Renting Your Home for the Holidays

How to Make Money Renting Your Home for the Holidays

The number of shopping days until Christmas is dwindling and ready or not, the holidays will soon be here. Will you be traveling for Christmas this year? If the answer to that question is yes, it might be worth your while to look into how to make money renting your home for the holidays. You might make enough to pay for your own holiday travels rather than letting your own house sit empty while you are gone. Advertising There are a number of companies online that can assist you with listing your property to rent out to others for their ...

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Bcapital: The Tools To Be An Expert Trader

Trading at a professional level requires adopting a set of disciplines and tools. The most successful hedge fund managers and retail traders didn’t achieve such fame and fortune just through innate talent. Instead, they’ve used the tools listed below to consistently extract profits from the foreign exchange market. Trading Platform The trading platform is where every transaction takes place, whether it’s a short sell of the Euro versus Dollar or a long of the Dollar versus Yen pair. Regardless of the strategy you are looking to execute, the functionality afforded by your trading platform will play a huge role towards ...

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A Budget is Not the Same as a Financial Plan

Why a Budget is Not the Same as a Financial Plan

The terms “budget” and “financial plan” are sometimes used interchangeably. However, in my mind, there are differences between the two. I have a budget for each month, along with an over-arching financial plan. To me, a budget is more of a short-term spending plan and a financial plan is long-term with multiple goals and steps along the way. Here are some of the differences between a budget and a financial plan. Budget First, let’s talk about what makes up a budget. A budget is a listing of your expenses and financial obligations and is a guideline for your spending. It ...

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Job Hopping

How Job Hopping is Harmful to Your Retirement Savings

While some people choose to stay at the same job for their entire career, others have a habit of changing jobs every year or two. This habit is known as job hopping. Job hopping may not be a bad thing if you are young and the positions you hop to are higher paying or with better benefits. However, there are times when job hopping can be harmful to your retirement savings. Cashing Out Should you choose to leave your job after only a year or two, you may think you should simply cash out your 401(k) when you leave. Think again. Cashing ...

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6 Ways to Use Social Media to Save Money

6 Ways to Use Social Media to Save Money

Take a look around on any given day and you will probably see more than one person clicking away on their cell phone. The odds are high at least one of them is using social media. The truth is, most of us like and use social media on a daily basis through any number of different sites. But did you know you can also use social media to save yourself some money? If you are trying to keep within a strict budget, you may be able to use these social media tips to save money. Turn on Pinterest Notifications If you’ve ...

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