So, you're drawn in by the dream of earning some real big money, and want to do it quick. Well we don't blame you; the Internet has inked so many success stories that it's natural for you to want to be a part. Whereas there are literally hundreds of ways to get started on earning some decent money that can double up as some pocket money, the options are not so expansive when it comes to earning significant sums. In this guide, we will talk about 7 proven effective, innovative, sustainable, and time tested methods of earning money using your smartness, the power of Internet, some hard work, and a bit of luck. [Read more…]
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On our 10 day sailing trip in June, we had a blast. We got to see many beautiful islands, snorkeled beautiful areas, and more. However, one sad thing happened – one of us lost our favorite pair of glasses that we've had for years. [Read more…]
Making Sense of Cents and College Ave Student Loans have partnered on a series of blog posts on what to expect when it comes to planning for college…especially when it comes to time to pay. Through the series, we hope families gain a little more insight on how to tackle the next four or more years ahead with a stronger financial footing. All opinions are 100% my own. To learn more, please visit: https://www.collegeavestudentloans.com.
College costs are one of the largest “purchases” a person will ever make. The other big purchase would most likely be a house that a person buys. However, sometimes a house may cost LESS than a college degree!
The cost of college can vary significantly, as you can see. Tuition for an in-state public college averages around $28,000 and a more expensive private college tuition is double that amount at an average of $59,000. For a four year elite university, the cost jumps to $68,000. Lastly, if your child (or you) is enrolled in higher education for something like medicine or law, college costs may reach hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years. [Read more…]
Today, I am sharing my Dealspotr review with you. This article is sponsored by Dealspotr but is 100% my opinion.
Dealspotr.com is a crowdsourced savings platform that has helped shoppers save over $20 million since launching just around a year and a half ago.
Yes, this website has helped shoppers save over $20 million. Million with an”M!” 🙂
Per Zipfworks' research, the average discount code shopper spends 19 minutes visiting 3 or 4 coupon websites, entering codes, and mostly missing out on the average $14 savings enjoyed with a successful coupon code redemption. Dealspotr is a website that will save you approximately 17 minutes and $14 each time you shop online.
Dealspotr is a real-time deal sharing website where members post deals, coupons, and promo codes, and are then rewarded by Dealspotr for sharing them. Due to this, Dealspotr now has an amazing database that contains over 5,000,000 deals. [Read more…]
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As a small business owner, tax time and keeping track of my income and expenses isn't exactly the most fun part of having a business. I always say that the most un-fun part of running a business of your own is when it comes to tax time. [Read more…]
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What TV service provider are you currently using? If you're in the market for TV service, I recommend looking into DISH.
While this is a personal finance blog, I don't think that paying for TV is always a waste of money. If you're smart about it, it can be an inexpensive and entertaining way to spend your time.
And, I know this because I ALWAYS love a good TV show.
I have so many favorites I watch over and over again—TV is SO GOOD right now! [Read more…]
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Recently, I had the opportunity to try the new PangeaBed™ Mattress. I’ve heard countless stories of people spending $5,000 or even $10,000 for a mattress, and that number is just so crazy to me. I knew that there had to be something more affordable than that. [Read more…]