Reasons for Using Airbnb Instead of Getting a Hotel

By now I’m sure you’ve heard of Airbnb. It’s basically a way any ordinary person can rent out rooms in their home for extra money. The hosts earn extra income. You save on the price of a hotel. But wait. You actually get more than just some monetary savings. There are many other reasons to choose Airbnb over a traditional hotel room. It’s Quiet Your Airbnb will be in a residential neighborhood....
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How to Get the Most out of College

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The national average student loan debt upon graduation is $30,000. This is according to U.S. News & World Report. With all that money on the line, you may as well make the most of it. This post explains the many ways to get the most out of college. Let’s get started! Go to Class I know, I know. Few people enjoy marching off to class in the morning. I know I didn’t. However, it’s necessary...
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San Francisco Demographics and Their Impact on Insurance

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We found this interested infographic that we wanted to share with you today about how demographics of a city can impact the price of insurance. Enjoy! James HendricksonJames Hendrickson is an internet entrepreneur, blogging junky, hunter and personal finance geek.  When he’s not lurking in coffee shops in Portland, Oregon, you’ll find him in the Pacific Northwest’s great outdoors.  ...
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Saving Money on a Road Trip

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The best way to save money on a road trip is to map out a plan. Since you’re reading this, you’re obviously doing just that. Congratulations on getting organized. The following post gives the many ways you can save big money on your  next adventure. Some of the ways are small but on a multi-day trek, the savings add up. You will have the knowledge to save at least $100 on your next road trip...
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Day-to-Day Expenses to Avoid

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Most financial gurus speak about the ‘latte effect’. The late effect describes the money spent by drinking coffee each day. It gets expensive – especially if it’s fancy coffee like Starbucks. This post goes beyond the 7am coffee run. In this post, I’ll talk about the many day-to-day money wasters which tempt us. I’ll call them out and then give you suggestions on how to fight them. Let’s...
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