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Top Ten Tips and Tricks for New Penny Day Traders

Published on January 2, 2017, by in Personal Finance.

So you want to trade penny stocks? Well, of course you do, trading penny stocks can be exhilarating, challenging, and profitable. But before you make that first trade here is our top ten tips and tricks for new penny day traders. If you remember these ten tips you will be on your way to being

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How to Get a Tax ID in Your Home State

Published on October 13, 2016, by in Personal Finance.

In every state, any type of business must have a state tax ID. Otherwise known as a state business license, this documentation is required of online, wholesale and even small mom and pop stores. The reason an IRS tax ID number in your home state is necessary is so you are held liable for collecting

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Come into a Little Money? Spend it Wisely

Whether you have just received a bonus at work, won big at the casino, or fell into an inheritance from your aunt whom you barely knew, the first instinct would be to blow it all, after all, it is money that you did not have before.  Instead of buying unnecessary items, and before you go

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The Biggest Trends in Forex We’ve Seen This Year

Published on July 12, 2016, by in Personal Finance.

In market trading, profits are hard to come by but losses come by quick. This is no different with Forex. In 2016, this market has seen improbable benefits and pitfalls as well. Forex is one of the most popular trading markets; it’s known to trade an average of $ 5.3 trillion a day. It’s the

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5 Fun Ways to Boost Your Finances in 2016

Published on May 25, 2016, by in Personal Finance.

If you’re like most people, you will find yourself in an uncertain financial situation at some point. Fortunately, this doesn’t have to be something one accepts but rather something you can change. Thanks to the internet, there are numerous ways in which you can make money and have fun at the same time. Design an

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Financial Matters to Discuss Before Walking Down the Aisle

Published on May 2, 2016, by in Personal Finance.

As the peak marriage season arrives in early summer and while you may be in full wedding planning mode, it is as good of time as any to discuss finances before the big day.  After all, your wedding day may be one of the most important days in your life, but long after the honeymoon

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Shopping at a Warehouse Store? Follow these 5 Rules to Save Even More

Published on May 9, 2015, by in Saving Money.

The old axiom in business is that, if you want to make money, you have to spend. If you shop at warehouse stores however, you actually have to spend money in order to save money. That’s the premise behind belonging to warehouse clubs like Costco Wholesale, Sam’s Club or BJ’s Wholesale Club, warehouse stores that

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The New Single Majority and the Financial Challenges they Face

Published on May 2, 2015, by in Personal Finance.

The United States, surprisingly, has a new majority, and it’s single people. For the first time since 1976, when statistics were first kept and 37% of adults were single, there are more single than married people living in the US. While this might not sound like a bad thing, the actual implications are enormous. The

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Simple steps to prioritize your debts

Published on April 25, 2015, by in Personal Finance.

All forms of debt are not equal, so it’s important to prioritize your obligations before you pay them down. It actually pays to have some forms of debt. Home mortgage interest, for example, on acquisition loans of up to $1 million are fully tax deductible. Mortgage interest on a second home can also be deducted

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Save more by Freezing Your Spending

Published on April 12, 2015, by in Saving Money.

The first step toward paying down card balances is to stop adding to them. There are a couple of easy ways to start this process. First and foremost, stop using your cards to make basic purchases. Wherever possible, use cash for day-to-day transactions, such as paying for groceries or buying clothes. There is a tendency

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