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  • How to Grow Your Business on a Limited Budget

    My husband and I run a martial arts school. He teaches and I am responsible for day-to-day business operations. I’m also a full-time writer, on a freelance/contract basis. I’m going to be very honest with you. If I didn’t have a job writing, we wouldn’t be able to keep our doors open and...

  • 5 Common Investing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

    At one point or another, we all have considered making some sort of investment. Correction: At some point in our lives, all of us_ do_ make investments, whether it's of our time, our efforts or our resources. The thing is, when it comes to making a wise one, we must get all of the information...

  • 5 Things to Consider Before You Get an Office

    As your home-based business starts to grow, it could take on a life of its own. Soon you may find that your once-manageable operation has ballooned beyond your ability to effectively contain it to your personal property. In short, you may need an office space to house workers, host clients,...

  • Best Ways to Market Your New Business With Little to No Budget

    If there's one thing new business owners usually don't have in spades, it's cash. And yet, you have to spend money to make money, especially where marketing is concerned. After all, if nobody knows that you exist you're probably not going to realize much success. But if you think you have to...

  • Fun and Lucrative Activities for Your Weekend

    Are you looking for something to get into this weekend? Wouldn't it be cool if you could find something that wasn't just fun to do, but could actually make you a couple of dollars on the side as well? Although a lot of people think of the weekend as a time to spend money, the truth of the...

  • How to Earn Money by Working at Home

    All of us have hit road blocks on the career front.  Sometimes it’s just a small stumble, soon remedied by a new offer of employment.  But with the economy in its current state, a hiccup can easily turn into a hiatus (whether you want it to or not).  For this reason, many professionals who...

  • Why You Need to Start Planning for Your Future Now

    You’ve probably heard plenty of people say that you’re not getting any younger.  When you’re 20 or 30 it is easy to ignore this warning; you’ve got all the time in the world!  But once you hit 40 or 50 and begin to realize that retirement isn’t really that far off, it may be too late to start...

  • Getting Your Employer to Chip In for a Costly Commute

    With the employment line stretching around the proverbial block, more and more people are resorting to taking jobs far from home in order to make ends meet.  Unfortunately, this could make for a pretty hefty fuel expenditure when all is said and done, cutting significantly into your previously...

  • Is a College Degree Worth it?

    The problem with addressing this question is that there are so many variables to consider.  In most cases, employers give preferential treatment to applicants who have earned a degree, so in this respect it certainly could pay to have one.  And with most of the globe still mired in a recession...

  • Is a Business Degree Really Worth It?

    The short answer to this question is: YES!  It is always worth your while to expand your mind, embrace knowledge, learn new skills, and earn a degree.  Many employers don’t necessarily even care what you have a degree in (although, of course, a related field is generally preferable).  They...

  • Loan Application: 5 Common Mistakes Made by Businesses

        Applying for any type of loan requires you to jump through all kinds of hoops, but it can be especially difficult for a small-business owner who is just starting out (or even trying to expand an already thriving operation).  Think about it this way; when you buy a home, there is instant...

  • Success Thinking - Your Life is an Indicator of Your Vibration

    There is an excellent video on YouTube that shows how your relation to the outside world through your "vibrational energy" manifests itself into your physical reality, particularly around the idea of money.

    Abraham on Money – Change your Story: ...

  • Making a Difference with your Money

    Money is an expression of our energy, and the way it flows in and out of our life is indicative of our values.

    How does money come into your life? Usually, it enters through:

    • your earnings through your workplace
    • investments and dividends
    • rents and...

  • Grants for Women Entrepreneurs

    Starting a business is never easy, and with our economy still struggling to pull out of a nosedive, the prospects of getting a loan can be bleak.  However, the future is bright for female entrepreneurs with a hankering to pursue a great idea (buttressed by a sound business plan). 

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  • How much Money will you make by this time next year?

    Just for fun, name your price.

    How much money do you desire (as a combination of salary, rents, royalties, and/or dividends) by this time next year?

    Be honest.

    What can you handle?

    What do you know you have the ability to...

  • Saving your Money

    I came across the statistic that "women are likely to live longer but work for fewer years than men" and "fewer than one in five female baby boomers have a financial advisor."  

    Women simply do not have the same number of years in the workforce as men, for whatever reason (childcare,...

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