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The Adventurer’s Guide to Traveling the World While Working Remotely

By |October 12th, 2018|Categories: Life|

We live at a turning point in human history. Future historians will likely look back at the current era as a crucial chapter in human history. Just as the agricultural revolution and industrial revolution changed human society for good. So too has the digital revolution. The digital revolution has changed our lives and our culture in countless ways. These ways

Yes, You Really Do Need To Work On Branding Yourself

By |October 10th, 2018|Categories: Life|

A company's brand is extremely important. A business could have the best product or greatest service in the world, but if they have a negative image associated with their brand, they could end up having serious financial trouble. Branding doesn't just impact organizations, however. Individuals need to have positive brands associated with themselves, as well. Unfortunately, you don't have the

New Digital Platform Helps Millennials Afford Newly Built Homes

By |October 9th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

The traditional picture of new home construction is turned into a modern one when the real estate agent is taken out completely and a computer screen replaces the blueprints, design swatches, and spreadsheets. A new digital platform known as Edgewise is doing just this, by making the buyer-to-builder home construction model an easy and affordable possibility. The platform allows buyers to purchase brand new or in-progress properties online. Users can take care of the bulk of their business with the builder online, including reserving lots, making and negotiating offers, uploading financial documents, and paying deposits. To cater to the 41% of Americans who prefer a newly-built home over an existing one, Edgewise has programmed a “Design Studio” into their online platform. This feature allows buyers to make their own design choices and upgrades in their property. In turn, builders can send updates of the home’s construction progress through photos and videos.

Planning For Fall Home Renovations? Here Are 4 Ideas That Can Save You Money

By |September 10th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , |

Many homeowners underestimate the costs of general maintenance and repairs. But the fact is, the average homeowner will spend between 1% and 4% of a home’s value on maintenance and repairs annually, costs which tend to increase as the house ages. For a $200,000 home, that’s at least $10,000 in repairs every five years. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to save money during the renovation and maintenance process, both by cutting initial costs as well as investing in future savings based on sustainability. With that goal in mind, here are a few ways you can save money with your fall home renovations.

Women Who Weld Initiative Encouraging Women to Join Manufacturing Workforce

By |September 10th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: |

  According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for welders, cutters, brazers, and solderers is projected to reach 412,300 by 2024. Despite these labor increases, a shortage of welders will remain — but women welders can help fill the gap.

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Mattress Company Out-Millennial’s Itself With Pay-Per-Nap Center

By |August 24th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , , |

If you merely imagine the possibilities, we're fairly certain those imaginings would be a product pretty soon. Our generation lives for a good product. Willingly chaining ourselves to voracious advertising campaigns and rampant consumerism. You have to admit, we have some pretty cool stuff. Casper is a mattress company many Americans are familiar with. Like many companies targeting a millennial

4 Fiscally Feasible Financial Tips for the Frugal Fiancee

By |August 16th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Weddings aren’t just expensive parties; they’re life-changing rites of passage. They often carry great religious significance. Of course, for the bride and groom, this magical day is preceded by months of arduous tasks and stressful planning. The attending guests only see the final product. They miss out on what went into the event planning. For many couples, especially those struggling with student loans and stagnant wages, it’s also a time of belt-tightening and penny-pinching. In other words, weddings aren’t cheap. For the wife to be, being a frugal fiancee helps.  

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5 Great Tips For Getting and Staying Out of Debt

By |August 16th, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

The combined debt of Americans has hit a record $13.1 trillion. That means most of us need to learn about staying out of debt When Do We Accumulate Debt? According to Time Money, the average American starts accumulating debt in their 20s and 30s. That debt nearly doubles by the time they are in their late 30s and 40s. To put that in perspective, here’s how much typical Americans owe in debt overall, broken down by age group:

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Mail Theft: What To Do When Your Mail Is Messed With

By |August 3rd, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , |

Any city dweller, especially those living in an apartment, is familiar with the worry of a long-awaited package being snatched from your stoop or building’s mail room. Do you know what to do when your mail actually gets tampered with? Ensure Mail Theft Has Occured First of all, make sure your suspicion that your package or mail was stolen is strongly supported. Have you had things lost before? Sometimes mail simply falls through the cracks. Check that packages weren’t hidden or misplaced by the deliverer or post office, even if you received a notification that it was delivered. Blogger and freelance writer Emily Price ordered an AC unit during the recent California heat wave, and was disappointed to find it missing, presumed stolen, not long after it was marked as delivered online. She contacted the seller of the ordered item ASAP to let them know about the situation. Luckily, they sympathized and offered a refund or to send her another AC unit.

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4 Tips to Help You Save as a Broke College Student

By |July 31st, 2018|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , |

You can find a lot of content about saving for college. But what about saving in college? College is the next level; the next chapter; the next stage in your journey into adulthood. While all of the movies about college have made it seem like a four-year-long party, college can be pretty stressful. Between classes, projects, midterms, papers, and everything else that is synonymous with a higher education, many students have to worry about finances as well.

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