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How to Start Investing on <$30,000 a Year

May 27, 2015

Millions of Americans are in this income bracket. There’s no shame in it. It’s the way life is. In fact, you can make a really good life at this level of income. Thing is, you’ll need to be smart about it. People don’t just miraculously produce amazing financial feats while working for <$15/hr. But some […]

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Trendy Treats and Economical Eats: A Foodie’s Mini-Guide to Chicago

May 21, 2015

Chicago is known as “the windy city,” but you don’t want to blow your money while filling your stomach there.  Below, you’ll find a number of restaurants and eateries that are known for delectable dishes that come at economical prices.  Bring your friends along, you’ll be able to afford the added company. Dumpling Stand Located […]

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Know When to Go All In for Financial Gain

May 14, 2015

The determination to succeed in business is a powerful drive that can propel you toward a profitable future, but it can also steer you in the wrong direction. Whether you operate your own business, actively invest your money for profit or spend your days chained to a cubicle, you will come across opportunities that make […]

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Tips for Hosting a Successful Charity Fundraiser

April 23, 2015

If you’re planning on hosting a charity fundraiser in the near future, you’ve no doubt got lots of ideas buzzing around and have started to formulate some simple plans together with your team. However, you’ll have probably learnt pretty early on that’s it’s not an easy task at all, and if it’s a big event, […]

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Re-set your career with a working holiday

March 24, 2015

Locked into the drudgery of 9 to 5, spending seemingly endless hours in the confines of a cubicle, doing a job that means nothing to you, is not a recipe for financial freedom or personal fulfillment. As miserable as this can be, it can be hard to see a way out. A few years ago […]

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History of Currency – The Greek, Egyptian, and Byzantine Government.

February 16, 2015

As early as c. 350 BC, the Greek philosopher Aristotle explained the need for a currency exchange system in the ancient world, and by implication the limits of a pure barter system, in the following words: ‘When the inhabitants of one country became more dependent on those of another, and they imported what they needed, […]

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