Category Archive: Money

Jul 18

5 Steps Before Renting Rooms In Primary Residences

a house

The following post is a guest post from Tali Wee at Zillow. Many homeowners at one point or another consider renting out rooms in their houses to help pay for their mortgages. In theory, earning money for unused space is an advantageous opportunity. However, renting out a room in a primary residence involves taking legal …

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Jul 16

Weathering a Financial Storm


With all of the weather events that have been happening across the country and across the world, this topic came to mind. Wherever you are, I hope everything is OK in your neck of the woods! Have you ever heard that saying, “the calm before the storm?” Sometimes we use it at work to refer …

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Jul 09

Start Your Own Business to Kill Your Student Debt

small business

Some people say that going to college is the key to a successful career, but I don’t necessarily believe that. The truth of the matter is, the transition into a professional career isn’t always a smooth one and that, “fancy” college degree doesn’t always translate into big earnings. The one thing that was, “big” when …

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Jun 02

How to Start Saving for Retirement at 30 Years Old


The post comes from My Money Design, a blog that is all about getting you ready to live a rich and wealthy life. If you really want to get serious about investing or saving for retirement at 30, one of the best places you can start is with your retirement savings. Though retirement may seem …

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May 29

Get your hands off my wallet!


Have you ever had your wallet stolen? The first and last time that my wallet was stolen was when I was traveling through Philly. I vividly remember that day because It was such a horrible experience. I felt violated, angry and sad all at the same time. The wallet was later replaced, but my faith …

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