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To Build Greater Wealth Never Sell Your Income Producing Assets

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Do you know what happens when you sell an income producing asset? You end up spending so much time trying to recreate what you sold in vain. Thanks to inflation, declining interest rates, and a bull market, the asset you sold becomes tougher and tougher to replicate if you don’t buy another asset immediately. Selling […]

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How Important Is Social Media To Your Blog Or Business?

As an online media consultant for several financial technology companies, I’ve been asked to think about existing traffic acquisition strategies and figure out better ways to utilize a company’s time and money to improve returns. I love analyzing data and finding solutions to increase ROI. As a problogger, leveraging my experience building Financial Samurai over the […]

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The Power Of Compounding For Building Greater Wealth

by in Personal Finance on Jan 26th, 2015
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“Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it … he who doesn’t … pays it. Compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe. Compound interest is the greatest mathematical discovery of all time.” ~Albert Einstein (source: quotesonfinance website) I’ve been amazed at the power of compounding […]

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Should You Consider A Career In Investment Banking?

by in Personal Finance on Dec 28th, 2014

New year, new career? If words such as takeover, IPOs, financial modeling, research, and bridge loans are some of your favorite conversation topics, you might want to consider investment banking as a career option. The same goes if MSNBC and Bloomberg TV are your go-to channels, and you have an addiction watching the red and […]

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The 2015 Savings Challenge

by in Personal Finance on Dec 16th, 2014

Last week, Graham from Moneystepper launched the Moneystepper 2015 Savings Challenge where anyone, from anywhere in the world, in whatever financial situation they may be in, is invited to come together and work as a community to accelerate their journey on the path to financial freedom. To keep things succinct, the key points of the […]

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Four Important Hardware Peripherals for Your Mobile POS

by in Personal Finance on Nov 4th, 2014
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So you’ve decided that a mobile Point of Sale system will work better for your small business. You already have your iPad (or other tablet) and have picked out the ecommerce software provider you are planning on using. But now you need to figure out which hardware add-ons you need. Unlike the older, cumbersome cash […]

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How to Use Coupons to Cut Down on Medical Bills

by in Personal Finance on Sep 30th, 2014
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Whether you’re seeing the doctor for some allergy relief or even the common cold or you need some lab tests done, you would be surprised at how medical bills can get so expensive. Fortunately, there are a number of ways that you can reduce your healthcare costs. If you’re a coupon clipper or the type […]

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Smart Couponing: How to Maximize Your Savings on Amazon

by in Personal Finance on Jun 30th, 2014

Coupons. The very word conjures up mental images of being stuck in line behind an elderly lady rifling through her purse for an eternity to save 2¢ on a package of gum. Fortunately for all of us, thanks to the global superstore of the future, the Internet, today’s shopping experience is far quicker and more […]

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