Innovative Approaches To Improve Your CFDs

{}CFD trading might apparently seem pretty simple. But believe me, without the right approach and the best strategies you can never multiply your profits consistently. So if you’re a newbie in CFD trading, here are a couple of tips and strategies that’ll help you maximize your profits and enjoy amazing returns in the long run. Try to preserve your capital Well, while trying out the CFD, the first … [Read more...]

Ready To Split With Your Spouse? [read this first]

{}(The following is a transcription from a video I recorded with Toni Nieuwhof. Please excuse any typos or errors.) In this article I’m sharing my interview with Toni Nieuwhof. We chatted about the new book that she wrote. She’s a family law mediator and a former divorce attorney. So, she has a lot of insight here on this whole thing of marriage. Toni is a co-host of a Smart Family … [Read more...]

Moneybox Stocks and Shares ISA Review

{}The way that we deal with our money has changed, partly thanks to mobile apps like Moneybox. This service aims to help you make the most of even your spare change. They also have a choice of ISAs that could help you to grow your savings in a tax-efficient manner. There are currently four types of ISA for adults in the UK and the subscription limit for 2021/22 is £20,000. Is it worth putting your … [Read more...]

Setting Up a Home Office to Have No Distractions

{} Over the past few years remote technology and advanced communications systems have allowed for a much larger percentage of the global workforce to do their tasks at home. And while there certainly many advantages to this arrangement, like saving on the commute and dressing comfortably, it is most certainly an invitation for a slew of distractions. So, how can the remote entrepreneur make their … [Read more...]

A New York City investment manager has been charged with stealing over $2.4 million through PPP loans

{} A page from the PPP loan application that people have to fill out for financial support due to the continuing outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is pictured on a desk in New York U.S., May 7, 2020. Reuters/Lucas Jackson New York City prosecutors charged a man with stealing over $2.4 million through PPP loans. The man is accused of applying for five PPP loans and lying about the … [Read more...]

6 Ways to Get a Few More Dollars in Each Month After Retirement

{}Going into retirement can be a stressful time in life for those who may not have saved enough for this stage. Evn if you weren’t able to save enough money during your working years, it’s still possible to live comfortably once you retire. You’ll need to count on payments from social security or a pension as your primary income, but you can also get a little more money through some other methods … [Read more...]

Emma App Review: Is it a Good Money Management App?

{}In this Emma app review we look at the features and cost of this Money Management app, to help you decide if it’s a good choice for you! Running an overdraft you could have avoided is a costly mistake. 14 million Brits run an unarranged overdraft every year, while average overdraft rates have more than doubled in the last year, to close to 27%, according to Moneyfacts. This is one of the … [Read more...]

TurboTax 2020 vs Credit Karma Tax: Which is better?

{} Nearly 50% of all Americans prepare and file their own taxes each year. This number is increasing because tax preparation software like Credit Karma Tax and TurboTax 2020 are reducing the barriers to self-prepared returns. But, which is better – Credit Karma Tax or TurboTax 2020? It depends.  Credit Karma Tax is better if: You take the standard deduction or You itemize just the common … [Read more...]

You Can’t Grow Your Startup Without Understanding Your Audience

{} Many entrepreneurs like to blame the challenges of business development on economic struggles. And while there is a degree of truth in this theory, it does not explain why some startups are more successful than others. The fact is you can’t grow your startup without understanding your audience. This is what the difference between failure and success comes down to – knowing your … [Read more...]

The pause on J&J’s COVID-19 vaccine will continue for now as CDC advisors gather more information on rare blood clots

{} Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images An advisory committee for the CDC endorsed keeping the hold on Johnson & Johnson's vaccine in place. The vaccine was pulled from use after at least six cases of a rare type of blood clot were reported in people who received the shot. The group of experts declined to vote on re-introducing the vaccine into the market, saying they need more information. See … [Read more...]

Biggest Bubbles in Economic History

SOURCE: ETX Capital Article by Start Investing Money. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

Three Things to Know about Divorce and Debt

Getting a divorce is hard enough, getting divorced when you are in debt can be positively devastating. Finances are a major point of contention for divorcing couples, most of them end up contacting the National Futures Association, a US regulatory agency, banned FXCM from membership after a divorce. Naturally, when debt is included in the picture, things can get messier than usual. It should be … [Read more...]

Apple is investing in Solar Energy!

This Post was Originally published at Apple is investing in Solar Energy! on Start Investing Money Tim Cook: New solar farm will be Apple’s ‘biggest and boldest project ever’ – ZDNet ReutersTim Cook: New solar farm will be Apple’s ‘biggest and boldest project ever’ZDNetCook touted this solar farm would be able to produce enough power for almost 60,000 … [Read more...]

TopCashBack Review

TopCashBack is described as the UK’s highest paying Cashback site, so it definitely seems worth taking a look at it to see what it is all about. The site states that it already has a whopping 4 million members and is growing all the time. So how does it work and in what way could it benefit you? Find out in this TopCashBack Review. The Basics The way that TopCashBack works is that they pass … [Read more...]

Top Tips for Saving Money During a Divorce

Divorce is one of the most stressful things that people can go through during their life. Apart from the emotional and mental toll that a divorce can take, splitting up a marriage can also have a big impact on a person’s finances. From hiring a lawyer, to paying for court costs, relocation expenses, a house sale, and more, there are many different yet unavoidable ways in which a relationship split … [Read more...]

15 baby toys that you can make for free

Who said babies have to be expensive? I am due in a few weeks with baby #3 and let me tell you that I have learned that you don’t need most of the baby stuff that stores try to sell.  Especially when it comes to toys. Babies tend to want to play with everything and anything and it doesn’t matter if it is a $50 toy or one that you make for free.  I love these simple DIY baby toys from … [Read more...]

4 Tips to Save Your Family Money This Summer

For our family, summer promises fun, a break, a vacation, and relaxation. We can plant flowers, grow gardens, spend time at our local farmer’s market, and travel. But summer can be expensive for families who try to “do it all.” Along with some planned activities, unexpected summer fun can pop up out of nowhere – and so can the expenses! Here’s how you can manage the finances of your … [Read more...]

Subsidized vs. Unsubsidized Student Loans

As educational costs continue to rise, many students find themselves borrowing money using student loans in order to come up with the cash they need to pay for expenses. These loans can be used to pay for college tuition, room and board, fees, books, and other necessary items. When borrowing money for college, students have two different types of federal student loans that they can access: … [Read more...]

Which Winnie-the-Pooh Character Are You?

One reason the Winnie-the-Pooh characters created by A. A. Milne have lasted for decades is the uniqueness of their personalities. Most of us know real life Tiggers, Eeyores and Poohs. In fact, most of us can see some of these three in our own lives. I don’t claim to know exactly how these three would manage their money, but this article is a fun exercise in speculation. Because I believe … [Read more...]

10 Frugal Landscaping Ideas to make Your Yard Amazing

So, I’m starting to research frugal landscaping ideas to make my yard amazing this Spring. Bloggers have so many fab ideas! There are so many back yard projects, curb appeal DIYs that it’s hard to narrow down what will not only look best for my home, but also won’t hurt my wallet too much! I would like to share with you some of these creative and inexpensive landscaping ideas … [Read more...]

Financial – and Life – Lessons from 40 Years of Marriage

As I bask in the celebration of our recent 40th wedding anniversary, complete with surprise readings from each child, child-in-law and grandchild, I can see some great personal finance applications of the principles Jan and I used raising our four children. My quandary is that in order to share the financial lessons, I am obligated to share what our kids had to say in their readings. I therefore … [Read more...]

What’s Your Financial Personality?

Ever notice how finances can affect you emotionally? I’ve known people who hate the idea of spending their money altogether and some people who don’t know how to make a budget at all. What if there was a scale that you could use to classify your financial personality? Yes, I can see it now. Instead of making up a boring answer when your financial planner asks how things are going, you can … [Read more...]

The Ultimate Bundle: Over 75 books worth $1,000+ for just $29

I am excited to be partnering on the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle for the next few days.  It really is an amazing collection of eBooks, courses, printables, and a lot more that you can pick up for $29. There are so many great books from Best-Selling authors, bloggers with millions of followers, and true experts in a variety of topics. Click here to see all the books/courses/printables included! The … [Read more...]

15 Kitchen Tips & Tricks that would Make MacGyver Proud

MacGyver. Remember him? If you watched television in the later 80’s and into the early 90’s, you’ll know exactly who I am speaking of. He always had some trick up his sleeve and a way to solve nearly everything problem and he knew how to get out of every situation. Even life or death situations. He just always had THE solution. My kitchen can be a battle ground some days, but … [Read more...]

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