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How To Avoid Lifestyle Inflation

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

I believe that most people fall to lifestyle inflation eventually. You most likely will not live the same lifestyle as you did when you were 18 and fresh out of high school or 22 and fresh out of college, but you also don’t want lifestyle inflation to get so out of control in your life […]

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How To Write A Resignation Letter

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

If you decide to leave your job (for whatever reason), it is almost always a good idea to write a resignation letter. Whether you are leaving on a good note or bad note, you should try to create a resignation letter and give it to your employer. Here are things that you should keep in […]

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Starting A Business While In College

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

There are many positives of starting a business while you are in college. I started my business while I was in graduate school, but I remember the students who started a business while they were in undergraduate school, and I was always jealous of their determination. Or, what about kids who start a business while […]

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Limiting Distractions When Working Or Studying

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

If you are anything like me, then you may have a problem with limiting distractions around you and really focusing on what needs to be done. It can be so easy to get distracted and side tracked from what you really need to complete. However, if you are low on time, then you really need […]

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Reducing Your College Costs

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

College is expensive. I don’t know many people who would say otherwise. According to BigFuture, the average annual tuition cost for an in-state student at a public four year college is $8,655. For out-of-state students, that figure jumps to $21,706. The average private college cost approximately $29,056 annually. Private college costs also can climb significantly […]

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Why You Should Work When You Are In School

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

Working while you are in college can be a really great thing. Whether you work a part-time job of only 10 hours, or if you can manage a full-time job while attending school, there are many positives that will make doing both at the same time well worth it. I will say that if you […]

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Financial Topics To Discuss With Your Significant Other

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

The time has finally come. You have gotten serious with someone and you are about to get married or on the path to get married. When you are at this point in time, there are many financial topics that you should discuss with your loved one. I have seen many relationships that end in disaster […]

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5 Money Mistakes You May Be Making

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

No one is perfect. Everyone makes mistakes, but some people make more mistakes than others. The key is to learn from your mistakes so that history does not repeat itself. Here are 5 money mistakes that you may be making. 1. Going without an emergency fund. Do you have an emergency fund? These are very […]

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Why Working Less Is Great

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

If you are able to, then working less is great. Maybe you found a way to free up some of your day, maybe you started delegating your tasks, maybe you found a way make the same amount or even more money while working less. Maybe you even found a way to streamline your tasks more […]

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How To Make Money From Home

By Thomas Jones / 6 years ago

Making money from home seems to be a growing trend. After you weed through all of the scams out there (use your head, if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is), you will be able to find many legitimate online opportunities out there. There are many great reasons for why working […]

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