4 Ways to Make Life Insurance Affordable

If you are in the process of shopping around for a life insurance policy to suit you and your loved ones, you may be wondering where to begin your search. It can be a difficult, stressful, and time-consuming process from start to finish but by doing your research ahead of time and proceeding with a basic knowledge and understanding of what life insurance is and how it can benefit you and your family,...
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Strategies to Set Up Adult Teens For Financial Success

Set Up Adult Teen for Financial Success
  When your child turns 18 and becomes an adult, that’s the perfect opportunity to spend a day or two setting him up for a bright financial future. Of course, hopefully, you’ve been teaching him financial lessons throughout his childhood. Our son will turn 18 in just a few months, and we plan to use strategies to set up adult teens for financial success. Set Up a Budget The first step is...
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How to Source Beauty Products from China

  Are you planning on starting your own beauty shop and do not have an idea of where to get your supplies? This can be a challenge for first-time business owners who are just starting out. There are so many factors to consider when stocking up your store for the first time.  You have to ensure that you find high-quality products, and at the same time, you want to get the best prices in the market...
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Things To Consider When Planning Your Finances

Financial planning is the process of designing and implementing a strategy that will help you achieve your monetary goals. Your plan can include everything from budgeting to investing to paying your bills on time.
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4 Effective Ways to Collect Money from a Borrower

Effective Ways to Collect Money from a Borrower
When I was a college student, I shared an apartment with two graduate students. We each put one of the utilities in our names, and then we paid our roommates our portion of the utilities in their name. I left for summer break and got the last bill. I asked both roommates to pay me the $100 they each owed me. One paid; the other did not. To a broke college student, $100 is a lot! I drove the one and...
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