Buy Checks Online and Save Money

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Have a need or desire to order new checks? To some people checks are a thing of the past, but this just isn’t true. Today checks are continuously used by individuals and businesses, and today’s technology has made using checks more convenient for some individuals.   Checks make it convenient for individuals and business to […]

Money Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom – Book Review

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Money Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom – By: Tony Robbins I first heard about this book when reading an article in Fortune Magazine and was immediately interested. I had listened to Tony Robbin’s Personal Power II: The Driving Force! program in the past and have been a longtime fan of his. […]

Discover Bank – Online Savings Account Review

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Interest rates for savings accounts are extremely low today and you want to be sure you’re getting the best rate available. While researching banks that offer high interest rates I found that Discover Bank’s online savings account has the best rates for High Yield savings accounts.     Discover Savings Account Overview Opening a Discover Online Savings Account […]

How to Make a Business Plan – Business Plan Outline

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We’ve created an outline of how a business plan should be constructed. You can use this outline as a guide when you’re typing your business plan. Keep in Mind: Business Plans should be typed “Single Spaced” and also “Single Sided.” Business plans that are well written and planned out should include all of the following below. […]

Five Tips for Investing and Building Wealth

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Investing can be exciting, rewarding, and can lead to financial independence but investing is also risky and you need to know what you’re doing. Here are five tips to keep in mind before you begin to invest your money.   Have a Strategy that Aligns with Your Goals You first need to set goals that […]

Five Ways to Save Money on a Low Income

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Saving money for the future can be difficult especially when you have a low income. Many households in America live pay check to pay check and putting money away into savings can seem out of the question for households like these. Although, it’s not out of the question! Even if you’re currently only making minimum […]

Four Great Stocks for Dividends

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A great way to boost your income is through dividend paying stocks. I did a little research and found five stocks that are not only great companies but also pay great dividends. New York Community Bancorp (NYBC) Dividend Amount: $0.25 Dividend Yield: 6.35% Earnings Per Share: $1.08 New York Community Bancorp is the largest bank holding […]

Steps To Building Wealth

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Building financial wealth is something we all think about but rarely take the time to create a plan. Here are four simple steps to help you create your own plan. Start taking action today! 1.Determine your Financial Goals The first step to gaining financial wealth is to take the time to wright down all of your […]

Make Money with the TradeKing Referral Program

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Tradeking inherited me as a client back in 2012 when Zecco and TradeKing merged. Since then I have been using TradeKing and I’ve been pleased with their services. TradeKing is an online discount brokerage that was launched in December of 2005. TradeKing offers a low rate of $4.95 per stock, ETF, and options trading. Options have […]

Money Market vs. Certificate of Deposit (CD)

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I often here individuals asking what’s the difference between a Money Market Account and a Certificate of Deposit (CD). A Money Market and a CD are both products of a bank or a credit union. They both earn interest and are both federally insured to a set limit amount by the FDIC or NCUSIF depending […]